Setting up Auto-Sell for your Vault

Auto-Sell allows you to increase your vault's collateralization ratio by automatically repaying your vault debt and de-risking your vault without closing it.

To configure your Auto-Sell, you have to determine:

Trigger Ratio

This is the collateralization ratio that, when hit, will trigger the execution of your Auto-Sell. The ratio is calculated with the next oracle price.

Target Ratio

This is the collateralization ratio that will be achieved by executing your Auto-Sell. For Auto-Sell, the Target Ratio is always higher than the Trigger Ratio.

Note: the Auto-Sell will be eligible for execution if it can achieve the Target Ratio +/- 2%.

Min. Sell Price

When you execute an Auto-Sell you are selling your collateral to repay the vault debt. You set the minimum collateral price you are willing to sell your collateral at when you execute your Auto-Sell. Note that the price paid for the collateral is the current trading price on 1inch DEX, so it will very likely be different from the current and next oracle prices.

Max Gas Fee

Here you select the maximum gas fee you will spend each time your Auto-Sell executes. If the gas fee exceeds your max, the Auto-Sell will remain active but will not execute until the network gas fees reduce.

WARNING: This is a recursive strategy; every time your trigger is hit, the Auto-Sell will execute. This means that the trigger remains in place even after the execution. If you do not wish to continue with the Auto-Sell execution, you must cancel it.

The minimum vault debt limits the Auto-Sell functionality. You can’t set up an Auto-Sell that will take you past your dust limit. Additionally, as this is a recursive strategy, if at some point of time the execution of Auto-Sell will leave your Vault’s debt below your minimum, it will not be executed and your Vault will be at risk of liquidation.

You can watch a step-by-step tutorial to set up an Auto-Sell strategy in the video below:

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