P2P lending of real money secured with Bitcoin collateral

P2P lending of real money secured with Bitcoin collateral

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Do not sell BTC! Use BTC for as loan collateral

Get money for your current needs and keep your long and profitable investment position in BTC


Expected return on long-term BTC rate appreciation is higher than interest rate on loans. You may use borrowed money and benefit from BTC rate appreciation.


Borrow money quickly and conveniently. Place your loan application on your terms.


Manage your money anytime and in any place. Investment made in 5 minutes

Bitcoin is uniquely profitable investment instrument in modern world. Selling your bitcoin today will result in losing investment return on rate appreciation in the future.

You can place your loan application on your own terms (amount, period, interest rate, payment options (bank transfer, other electronic channels). At the end of the loan period, you may either repay the loan and retrieve your collateral BTC, appreciated during the period or let the lender take ownership of the collateral, essentially selling the collateral. The choice depends on your preferences and market situation.

SImple example. You have decided to buy a car. Your BTC appreciated high enough, so you could finance car purchase by selling the BTC.

Instead of selling you BTC, you may borrow money with reasonable interest rate of 10-15% pa, using your BTC as collateral for the loan. Evidently, BTC rate appreciated significantly more during the last year (in fact, over 250%). Without selling your BTC, you may earn a substantial return, probably even enough for the second car.

+ 278%
1 year BTC rate appreciation
15% annual
Average interest rate for loans on Biterest
+ 263%
Your profit after loan repayments
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  • $50,000 per Bitcoin within next decade: Standpoint research founder
Biterest interface: List of applications
How it works?
You place a loan application

You choose loan terms (amount, interest rate, period) acceptable for you. To guarantee the loan application, you must transfer the amount of collateral BTC to transit address. To protect borrowers from short-term BTC rate dives, loan to value coefficient of 0,7 is used.

Lender accepts your loan application

Lenders guarantee fulfillment of their obligations by guarantee deposit. After your loan application is accepted your collatral BTC is transferred to multisig-address created for specailly for your loan transaction. You will receive the key for this multisig-address, so you’re guaranteed that nobody can use your collateral.

The lender transfers the loan amount to you

You will receive the loan amount directly from the lender by payment option indicated in your loan application.

The entire procedure starting from placing loan application till receiving loan amount may take as less as couple hours, depending on how attractive your loan application to lenders, as well as on preferred option of money transfer.

Biterest interface: Access to collateral
What’s next?
You repay the loan amount and interest by the end of loan period

After repayment of the loan, you will automatically repossess the collateral. Before the loan is repaid, nobody can use your BTC as its securely deposited in special multisig-address.

You may decide not to repay the loan, if it’s not profitable for you

If BTC rate have not appreciated or declined, you may decide to refuse repaying the loan. In this case your collateral will be transferred to the lender and your loan obligation will be terminated.

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No worries even if BTC rate drops

The lender will repossess the collateral BTC and will recover the loan amount by selling BTC on the market.

If necessary, Biterest can assist the lender in liquidating collateral position.

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  • What will happen if BTC rate will drop sharply?

    To protect lenders from short-term volatility of BTC, we apply loan to value ratio of 70%. In other words, the amount of collateral BTC should be 30% higher than total amount of loan and interest due, based on BTC rate on the moment of placing loan application.

    30% ratio is determined based on retrospective analysis of BTC rate fluctuations. 30% higher value of collateral is mutually beneficial for both lenders and borrowers. BTC rate is constantly appreciating, but the rate might be affected by sharp short-term fluctuations. Applying loan to value of 70% (30% higher value of the collateral over loan and due interest amount) guarantees stability of the transaction for both lenders and borrowers.

  • How Is defined loan period and interest rate?

    Loan period and interest rate are defined by borrowers when placing loan applications. Lenders can choose loan applications matching their investment expectations.

  • In what currency I can receive the loan?

    You can choose preferred currency while creating the loan application. Today, Biterest allows placing loan applications in more than 60 currencies.

  • By what option I can receive money for lenders?

    Available are the following money transfer options: PayPal, QIWI, Webmoney, international bank transfer. When creating loan applications, borrowers select money transfer option. Money transfer fees are covered by the sender of the payment.

  • What is Biterest’s commission?

    Biterest doesn’t charge the borrowers.