Centrifuge Tinlake: Adding real-world assets to MCD.

The What, the How and the Why.

Lea Schmitt
Nov 6, 2019 · 13 min read

Note: Some of its content is outdated; CVT has been replaced with TIN/DROP. Read about it here

Fostering a discussion with the Maker Community.

What we have achieved so far

Tinlake Overview

What is Tinlake

The team behind Tinlake

Why we developed Tinlake

Why include non-trustless assets in MCD

Benefits for asset originators

How Tinlake works

Funding through “Collateral Value Tokens”

Independent deployments per asset type

Built on Centrifuge OS

Tinlake Governance

Onboarding of asset originators

Ongoing governance

The role of the Operator

Process of underwriting the NFT

Collateral management

Price oracles

NFT price feed

Provenance

CVT price feed

Liquidation

When is a Vault liquidated?

Process of liquidation

Legal Specifications

Legal structure

Technical specifications

The take-away

Try Tinlake yourself

More info

Get in touch:

Centrifuge

Decentralized Asset Financing

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