The rate of change in collateral requirements, expressed as an annual percentage rate. Positive means the collateral requirements are increasing, negative means they’re decreasing.
Low price rates make it more profitable to borrow.
Multiplier for collateral requirements. When price rate is > 0 it increases, and when price rate is < 0 it decreases.
Price of Rico, denominated in the reference asset. The price rate increases when par > mar and decreases when par < mar.
The interest rate on a CDP, expressed as an annual percentage rate. If the quantity rate is 0.5%, you will owe 0.5% interest per year on your CDP to maintain adequate collateralization.
Minimum amount of debt allowed in a CDP. This is so that people don’t spam tiny CDPs that no one cares to liquidate.
The amount of Rico you owe to pay down your CDP.
The external reference asset. In Rico’s case, 1oz gold (XAU).