SnowGenesis Overview

What is SnowGenesis?

NFT lending platform aiming to address inefficiency, fragmentation, and lack of user-friendly dashboard in current protocols.

Main Features
Secure transactions
Easy fund recovery
Real-time sales volume tracking
Active loan management
Loan renegotiation support
Blockchains
Ethereum

Frequently asked questions

To ensure the security of your transactions, there are several measures you can take:

  1. Use a secure and reputable wallet: Choose a wallet that has a strong reputation for security and is regularly updated to address any vulnerabilities.

  2. Enable two-factor authentication (2FA): Enable 2FA on your wallet to add an extra layer of security. This typically involves using a second device or app to verify your identity when logging in or making transactions.

  3. Verify the website or platform: Before entering any sensitive information or making transactions, ensure that you are on the correct website or platform. Look for secure connections (https://) and check for any signs of phishing or fraudulent activity.

  4. Be cautious of public Wi-Fi networks: Avoid making transactions or accessing your wallet on public Wi-Fi networks, as they may not be secure. Use a trusted and secure network when conducting any financial transactions.

  5. Keep your software up to date: Regularly update your wallet software and any other related software to ensure you have the latest security patches and features.

  6. Use strong and unique passwords: Create strong and unique passwords for your wallet and any associated accounts. Avoid using easily guessable passwords and consider using a password manager to securely store your passwords.

  7. Be wary of phishing attempts: Be cautious of any emails, messages, or websites that ask for your wallet information or private keys. Always double-check the source and never share your sensitive information with anyone.

  8. Double-check transaction details: Before confirming a transaction, carefully review the details to ensure they are correct. Verify the recipient address and the amount being sent to avoid any mistakes or fraudulent activity.

By following these security measures, you can help protect your transactions and minimize the risk of unauthorized access or fraudulent activity.

Yes, you can track the real-time sales volume of collections.

To manage your active loans, you can follow these steps:

  1. Connect your wallet: Click on the "Connect Wallet" button to connect your wallet to the platform.

  2. View active loans: Once connected, you will be able to see a list of your active loans. The list will include information such as the loan name, status, principal amount, debt amount, loan-to-value ratio (LTV), annual percentage rate (APR), term, borrower/lender, due date, and time.

  3. Review loan details: Click on each loan to view more details about it. This will provide you with information about the loan's status, principal amount, debt amount, LTV, APR, term, borrower/lender, due date, and time.

  4. Take necessary actions: Based on the information provided, you can take necessary actions related to your active loans. This may include making payments, extending the loan term, or communicating with the borrower/lender.

  5. Monitor loan status: Keep track of your active loans to ensure timely repayments and manage any potential defaults.

Please note that the specific actions you can take may vary depending on the platform or service you are using for managing your loans.

For each active loan, the following details are provided:

  1. Name: The name of the loan.
  2. Status: Whether the loan is active or in default.
  3. Principal: The initial amount borrowed.
  4. Debt: The current amount owed.
  5. LTV (Loan-to-Value): The loan-to-value ratio, which represents the percentage of the loan amount compared to the value of the collateral.
  6. APR (Annual Percentage Rate): The annual interest rate charged on the loan.
  7. Term: The duration of the loan.
  8. Lender/Borrower: The address of the lender or borrower.
  9. Due Date: The date when the loan is due.
  10. Auction Time: The time remaining for an auction loan.
  11. Rows per page: The number of loan details displayed per page.
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