Abracadabra.money is a protocol that allows users to mint MIM (Magic Internet Money) stablecoin by depositing yield-bearing assets as collateral.
Abracadabra is a decentralized borrowing protocol that allows borrowers to draw loans against interest-earning crypto assets like xSUSHI as collateral. Loans are paid out in MIM, an overcollateralized USD pegged stablecoin. The platform's lending features were built on top of Sushi's Kashi lending platform which enables isolated lending markets. Users are able to adjust their individual risk tolerance based on the collateral they choose to deposit.
Abracadabra generates revenue from three sources: liquidation fee, borrow fee and interest payments. If the price of your deposited assets falls below your liquidation price, your position will be flagged for liquidation and will be sold at a discount to liquidators; 10% of all liquidation fees are hardcoded to be taken out and used to purchase the SPELL governance token, which are then added to the SPELL fee sharing pool. Every time a user borrows MIM from the platform, a 0.5% borrow fee is collected and distributed to the SPELL fee sharing pool. A portion of borrower interest payment, which reflects how much your debt will increase each year, also gets added to the fee sharing pool.
You can deposit crypto assets into the Abracadabra vaults to mint MIM to be used across DeFi for lending and market making. SPELL token holders may also stake their assets on the platform to earn a portion of protocol generated revenue. Abracadabra currently supports two staking methods: sSPELL and mSPELL. The sSPELL pool pays out protocol revenue in additional SPELL, while the mSPELL pool pays out revenue in the MIM stablecoin.