What Is the Loan-to-Value (LTV) Ratio?
The Loan-to-Value (LTV) ratio refers to the percentage(%) of the value of your collateral you will receive in a different asset. In the case of Nebeus, when you take out a loan you will use your crypto as collateral and receive cash. The higher the loan-to-value ratio, the bigger the portion of the cash you will receive.
- If you have $10,000 worth of BTC and apply for a cash loan with an 80% LTV, you will receive $8,000 cash. ($8,000=$10,000*.8)
- If you have $10,000 worth of BTC and apply for a cash loan with an 70% LTV, you will receive $7,000 cash. ($7,000=$10,000*.7)
Loan Amount = Collateral value * LTV%
Since your crypto is the collateral for the loan, the loan-to-value ratio is a measure of risk used by Nebeus. Different loan programs are viewed to have different risk factors, and therefore, have different maximum loan-to-value ratios.
Loan Fees and Terms, Quick vs Flexible
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How to apply for a Loan with Nebeus
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What if my collateral drops in value?
We lend you the value of 72 - 85 % of your crypto-collateral (calculated on the day the loan is issued). If the crypto-market goes down, and the value of your collateral is reaching the value of your loan, you can: Add more crypto to your collateral ...
Can I pay early my loan?
Yes, you can! 1 - Once you login, click "Loans". 2- Click in "active" and then "view". 3 - And here you have the option to pay your loan. Early payment fee is 2.5%
Who should apply for a loan?
Anyone who is looking to keep their cryptocurrency safe, leveraging its value without selling the underlying asset