At present, the funds are mainly invested in Matrixport's self-operated Collateralized Loans, Zero-interest Loans, Spot Leverage Product, and Credit Funding, among others. The security measures are different according to the various asset classes：
1) Collateralized Loans：There are excess pledged collaterals as the underlying asset. When the pledge rate is higher than the liquidation line (usually 80% to 90%, the same below), the platform will recover the loaned funds through the forced liquidation process.
2) Zero-interest loans：There is excess pledge collateral as the underlying asset, and a put option with an exercise price higher than the closing price is configured. During the borrowing period, there is no need to close the position regardless of currency price fluctuations.
3) Spot Leverage Product and Credit Funding：Users must provide a certain percentage of margin, and their holding assets are locked in the account controlled by Matrixport. When the risk rate (funding principal and interest/total holding assets) is higher than the closing line, the platform will recover the loaned funds through the forced Liquidation process.