Frequently Asked Questions
What is Defactor?
What Problem does Defactor solve?
Businesses are struggling to make the transition to DeFi due a lack of infrastructure and expertise in blockchain technology. Defactor will make this a seamless transition allowing more traditional businesses to access DeFi liquidity.
Why are you called Defactor?
How to apply?
What makes Defactor different from its competitors?
What is Centrifuge?
What is the utility of the $FACTR token?
The $FACTR token is a universal requirement among both the RWAOs and the Liquidity providers. RWAOs must pay a fee of $FACTR for platform access as well as a proportion of the funds that they receive to get access to the platform will be paid through $FACTR and locked in during their funding term. For Liquidity Providers, $FACTR will be used to stake as well as participate in the governance of Defactor which allows token holders to signal and support the operations of the ecosystem and guide decisions. An example of how token holders will be able to get involved is when there is a new asset class, token holders can aid in the decision to onboard the asset or not.
How do I buy $FACTR tokens?
What is the token model?
How do you build trust and mitigate risk on the platform?
How are the risk levels of RWAOs calculated?
funding available against that asset.
For each pool, a set of criteria are defined (e.g.,. limits that are required to ensure that
the risk within a pool is not weighted in a certain direction). An example is the Debtor concentration limit: the pool must not contain more than a given % of assets owned by a specific debtor.