How loan liquidation works?

The liquidation process undermines a flow, where your collateral is sold to repay the loan borrowed. Liquidation occurs in the event, when the current Loan-to-Value (LTV) ratio reaches the set threshold (indicated as a liquidation price). This, in return, can be the result of a drop in the value of the collateral or an increase in the value of the borrowed assets due to accrued interest over time.