Minting
Minting is the process where the user creates new synthetic tokens on the blockchain while having the same value as the Oracle price at that moment.
At the moment of minting, the minter is required to provide the collateral to meet the Minimum Initial Margin. The current Minimum Initial Margin is at 150%, which is subject to change with prior notice. The margin level is calculated using the following formula:
(Collateral Value×100)/Oracle Price(Collateral\space Value \times 100) / Oracle \space Price
There is a minting fee of 0.1% of the collateral value.

Example

Alice wants to mint an asset called dXXX. At the time, the Oracle price is $100 per dXXX. In order to mint, Alice needs to provide at least $150 worth of $DOLLY to mint 1 token of dXXX.
Alice decides to mint with $150 worth of $DOLLY. Therefore, the margin level of her mint position is at
(150×100)/100=150%(150 \times 100) / 100 = 150\%
When the Oracle price of dXXX rises to $120, her mint position will have a margin level of
(150×100)/120=125%(150 \times 100) / 120 = 125\%
If this margin level falls below the Maintenance Margin, then the mint position is subject to Liquidation.
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