Q1. What are the two native tokens of the Liquid Loans Protocol?
Q2. When you collateralize PLS, you place your coins in a:
A. Trove
B. Vault
C. Safe
D. Bank
Q3. The price of USDL is pegged via multiple mechanisms to:
A. One US dollar
B. One US dollar worth of PLS
C. One US dollar worth of LOAN
D. One US dollar worth of Gold
Q4. What is the Minimum Collateral Ratio required to open a Vault?
A. 95%
B. 100%
C. 110%
D. 150%
Q5. What happens to the crypto that you collateralize to take a LOAN?
A. It gets sent to ABC Research, where they create great software products from which you can expect future profit
B. It gets sent to the PulseChain Burn Address
C. It sits in a secure smart contract, where it will remain locked until the debt is repaid
D. Gary gets half, Alex gets the other half, Sam gets nothing
Q6. What determines the price of USDL on decentralized exchanges?
A. The peg mechanisms inherent to the Liquid Loans protocol
B. Direct USDL to PLS redemptions
C. The recognition from centralized exchanges and off-ramps that 1 USDL equals 1 USD
D. Natural price movements from buying and selling USDL through liquidity pools
Q7. What are the primary and secondary oracles which provide price feeds for Liquid Loans?
A. Fetch on PulseChain (1), Tellor on PulseChain (2)
B. Fetch on PulseChain (1), WLPS:DAI on PulseX via API (2)
C. Fetch on PulseChain (1), Chainlink (2)
D. USDL:PLS on PulseX via API (1), Fetch on PulseChain (2)
Q8. What function assures that USDL is fully-backed?
A. Maintenance of more PLS value across the Vaults than USDL value borrowed
B. More USD held by Liquid Loans in reserves than USDL borrowed
C. Maintenance of more LOAN token value in the Vaults than USDL value borrowed
D. Maintenance of more PLS value in the USDL:PLS pool on PulseX than USDL value borrowed
Q9. What is the function of the LOAN token?
A. To be a fully-backed, decentralized stablecoin
B. To gather yield in the Stability Pool
C. To capture the fees of the protocol
D. To collateralize USDL
Q10. Who are the “owners” of the Liquid Loans protocol?
A. Anybody who stakes the LOAN token
B. The Liquid Loans Team
C. Whoever holds the most LOAN token
D. Whoever has the largest Vault
Q11. How much interest do borrowers pay on their loan?
A. 0% interest per year
B. 2.5% interest per year
C. 50% interest per year
D. 0.5% interest for every loan created
Q12. What was the motivation behind the Liquid Loans protocol?
A. To provide holders of any PRC-20 the means to extract value without selling
B. To provide PLS holders a means of extracting value from their holdings without selling
C. To generate revenue for the business, who worked really hard to create a lending platform on PulseChain
D. To generate a fully-backed, truly decentralized stablecoin which can generate yield from the fees of the protocol
Q13. What tokens can you collateralize to take a loan?
B. Any PRC-20 on PulseChain
D. Only PLS
Q14. Who controls the future direction of the protocol?
A. Nobody, it is governance-free
B. Whoever votes the most in the DAO using the LOAN token
C. Whoever has the most valuable Vault
D. The Liquid Loans Team
Q15. Who audited the protocols’ code?
A. Halborn
B. Certik
C. Trail Of Bits
D. There was no audit
Q16. Which action can you not perform solely inside the Liquid Loans protocol?
A. Borrow USDL
B. Redeem USDL for PLS
C. Arbitrage USDL
D. Earn LOAN
Q17. What do you NOT NEED to borrow USDL?
B. A self-custody wallet
C. A Liquid Loans account
D. You need all of these
Q18. What is the borrowing fee?
A. There is no borrowing fee
B. 0.5%-5% of the PLS you collateralize
C. 0.5%-5% of the USDL you mint
D. 0.5%-5% equally between the PLS and USDL
Q19. Who earns the borrowing and redemption fees?
A. The Stability Providers
B. The Loan Token Stakers
C. The Liquid Loans Team
D. Spread proportionately across the Vaults
Q20. What influences the redemption and borrowing fee rates?
A. Redemption volume
B. Borrowing volume
C. Amount of USDL in Stability Pool
D. Stability Pool APR
Q21. Which functions will NOT result in losing value using Liquid Loans?
A. Getting liquidated
B. Getting redeemed against
C. You are a Stability Provider and vaults under 100% collateral ratio are liquidated
D. You redeem USDL that you bought between $0.995 and $1
Q22. When do you have to pay back your debt?
A. After the initial 42 day period
B. After 1 year
C. There are weekly payments, like a traditional loan
D. There is no repayment schedule
Q23. How much is the Liquidation Reserve?
A. There is no Liquidation Reserve
B. $50 worth of PLS
C. 50 USDL
D. 200 USDL
Q24. What does NOT influence your vaults’ collateral ratio?
A. The price feed data
B. The amount of PLS in your vault
C. The amount of USDL borrowed
D. If you buy a rugpull with your borrowed USDL
Q25. What minimum collateral ratio should you maintain to avoid liquidation during recovery mode?
A. 110%
B. 150%
C. 200%
D. 250%
Q26. What happens when your vault is liquidated?
A. You keep your borrowed USDL but lose your PLS
B. You keep your PLS but lose your borrowed USDL
C. The Stability Providers take your USDL
D. The LOAN token stakers take your PLS
Q27. Who gets your Liquidation Reserve upon liquidation?
A. The Loan Token stakers
B. The Stability providers
C. The liquidator
D. You keep your Liquidation Reserve
Q28. What happens if your vault gets fully redeemed?
A. You keep your PLS, but lose your borrowed USDL
B. You keep your borrowed USDL, but lose your PLS
C. You keep your borrowed USDL, and PLS collateral surplus, but lose your the rest of your PLS
D. You keep your USDL, but your PLS gets distributed to the Stability Pool
Q29. What function makes Liquid Loans so capital efficient?
A. Smart and timely management from the team
B. Instantaneous liquidations
C. The use of the LOAN token as backup collateral
D. The ability to use multiple tokens as collateral
Q30. What happens if the Stability Pool is empty?
A. The debt and PLS of liquidated vaults are distributed amongst all of the other vaults
B. The debt and PLS of liquidated vaults are distributed amongst the LOAN Staking Pool
C. More USDL is minted to cover the empty stability pool
D. Vaults cannot be liquidated, and all USDL debt from liquidated vaults is forgiven (think Student Loan Bailout)
Q31. How does the Stability Pool earn yield?
A. By gaining more PLS value than the USDL debt they cancel out
B. By earning LOAN token on an emission schedule
C. By earning the borrowing and redemption fees
D. A and B
Q32. What does the liquidator get for their services?
A. The Liquidation Reserve
B. 0.5% of the liquidated vaults collateral
C. A solvent, decentralized-lending protocol
D. All of the above
Q33. How are early adopters rewarded?
A. Increased LOAN token emissions in the Stability Pool
B. Lower borrowing and redemption fees
C. Lower minimum collateral requirements
D. Increased yield in the LOAN Staking Pool
Q34. When can you withdraw your USDL from the Stability Pool?
A. At any time
B. When there isn't a liquidatable vault
C. After the 14 day minimum lock period
D. After the 42 day minimum lock period
Q35. How can you BEST avoid your vault being redeemed against?
A. Be the lowest collateralized vault
B. Be a Stability Provider
C. Be the highest collateralized vault
D. Be in good standing with the community of redeemers
Q36. When can you withdraw your staked LOAN token?
A. At any time
B. Any time there is not a liquidatable Vaults
C. Only after a 14 day lock-up period
D. Only after the first 42 day lock-up period
Q37. How much will my staked LOAN earn?
A. 11% APR
B. 21.99% APR
C. 43% APR
D. Nobody knows
Q38. At what Total Collateral Ratio does Recovery Mode initiate?
A. Below 100% TCR
B. Below 110% TCR
C. Below 120% TCR
D. Below 150% TCR
Q39. What is NOT a function of recovery mode?
A. To incentivize USDL holders to replenish the Stability Pool
B. To incentivize borrowers to behave in ways which raise the TCR
C. To incentivize borrowers to borrow more USDL while improving their ICR
D. To incentivize users to generate more collateral for USDL
Q40. In Recovery Mode, if a borrower is liquidated at 149% ICR, they lose all of their PLS but keep their borrowed USDL.
A. True
B. False
Q41. You can adjust your Vault in a way that reduces its’ ICR, but only if the resulting TCR is above 150%.
A. True
B. False
Q42. In Recovery Mode, it is possible to:
A. Increase debt of existing vaults
B. Create a new vault with an ICR of 140%
C. Withdraw USDL from the Stability Pool
D. Retrieve collateral from existing vaults
Q43. In Recovery Mode, Vaults under 100% ICR have both their PLS and USDL debt redistributed across the entire network of existing Vaults.
A. True
B. False
Q44. The Liquid Loans protocol is a fork of:
A. MakerDao
B. Aave
C. Compound
D. Liquity
Q45. After how many days do USDL redemptions activate?
A. 0 days, they are active upon launch
B. 7 days
C. 14 days
D. 42 days
Q46. Assuming no gas fee and normal redemption fee, what is the highest average cost basis you need to turn a profit, arbitraging USDL via redemptions?
A. Anything under 1 USD
B. Anything under 99.5 cents
C. Anything under 99 cents
D. Anything under 95 cents
Q47. What function does NOT help peg 1 USDL to 1 USD?
A. Redemptions
B. Market expectations (Schelling Point)
C. Assurance from the team
D. Overcollateralization
Q48. In the context of the Liquid Loans protocol, what does “community-owned” mean?
A. The community of LOAN token stakers determine what changes are made to the protocol via a voting process
B. The community of LOAN token stakers own the fees generated by the protocol
C. The community of USDL stakers determine what changes are made to the protocol via a voting process
D. The community of USDL stakers own the fees generated by the protocol
Q49. Centralized exchange listings of USDL are a key peg mechanism of the stablecoin.
A. True
B. False
Q50. What does Fetch Oracle provide to the Liquid Loans protocol?
A. The price for PLS to determine the collateral ratio in the vaults
B. The price for PLS to determine how much yield to distribute to the LOAN staking pool
C. It determines how much PLS to give to USDL redeemers
D. It determines how much LOAN token to distribute to the Stability Providers
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