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How does a crypto loan work?
Similar to traditional loans, you borrow USD and pay interest monthly. Your Bitcoin is held as a collateral and returned when you repay the loan.
How much crypto collateral do I need?
Typically a loan to value (LTV) ratio of 50%, which means you can borrow up to 50% of the value of the Bitcoin you offer as collateral.
What if I fail to comply with margin calls?
Borrowers who fail to comply or default on their loans may forfeit their collateralised assets.
Why take a crypto loan?
Use the USD which you have borrowed for other purposes (e.g. investment, buying a house) while retaining the potential long-term upside of your Bitcoin without requiring you to sell them.
What happens if the Bitcoin price falls?
You may be obliged to top up the collaterals such that the LTV ratio remains at 50%, A.K.A. a margin call.
Will my collateral be safe?
We work with a fully-insured third-party custodian for safekeeping.
Crypto loans: Having your cake and eating it too?
With the rise of crypto loans, it’s now possible for buy-and-hold investors to generate cash flow from their crypto holdings.
This article will explain how such loans work, who might want to consider them, and their benefits and risks.