To enable the support of more volatile assets, Beta Finance has an isolated collateral model, meaning there is no cross-collateralization. For example, given 10 ETH used as collateral, with 5 ETH allocated to borrowing $ALPHA, and 5 ETH allocated to short selling $MATIC. If $MATIC spikes in price, and you're at risk of liquidation, only the 5 ETH allocated to your $MATIC position is at risk of liquidation. The other 5 ETH associated with your ALPHA position is safe and will not be liquidated. You can reference our Risk Framework section for more information.