Speculative markets allow the use of leverage to accelerate investor liquidity growth. However, in addition to the risk of massive loss of capital, users do not own the asset. Financial institutions finance the investment by charging fees and interest based on its down payment. Finally, it “rents” this product in exchange for periodic payments in a specified period, which can last from 3 months to up to 2 years. In the case of crypto assets, the broker owns the asset and transfers part of the profit as it appreciates.
When creating a contract, its down payment and the loan provided by Nolus are locked and secured in a smart contract. This guarantees the purchase of the asset at the price displayed at the time of the contract, in addition to giving you ownership of the product. Nolus does not have any custody under the leased product. After full payment of the lease contract, the asset is released and returns to its portfolio of choice. The process can even make you profit from the valuation of the asset.