DEX Aggregator

Hashflow’s DEX Aggregator, Aggregator+, incorporates an intent-based Smart Order Routing (SOR) architecture that finds the most optimal path for users across liquidity sources and fills every trade of any size with the best price. These liquidity sources include PMMs (Professional Market Makers) and AMMs (Automated Market Makers).

How Hashflow's Intent-based Smart Order Routing Works

Through its off-chain Request-for-Quote (RFQ) engine, Hashflow will first seek competitive price quotes from PMMs. If for any reason their liquidity is limited, Hashflow will then fetch quotes from additional liquidity sources (including AMMs like Uniswap, Sushiswap, and more) and route users directly to the best price. The ability to fetch liquidity from over 50+ on-chain sources also means that users can bypass large fees tied to other front-ends (for example, users can access liquidity and rates on AMMs without having to worry about a 0.15% fee).

For trades that are filled via RFQ, Hashflow provides users guaranteed prices (no slippage), full MEV-protection, and lower gas fees.

What this means for Traders

  1. The Best Prices: SOR routes the trade to find the best possible price.

  2. Deep Liquidity: Access to $8B+ of liquidity.

  3. Ability to Trade Every Token: Traders can trade all their favorite assets.

  4. Native Cross-Chain Swaps: Seamlessly swap tokens across your favorite chains (including Ethereum, Arbitrum, and Solana). No bridging required.

To learn more, see our FAQ:

pageDEX Aggregator FAQ

What this means for Market Makers

Hashflow allows market makers to provide quotes via a Request for Quote (RFQ) model, enabling them to source liquidity and price assets using off-chain pricing functions, backed by cryptographic signatures. By moving pricing off-chain, market makers can use more sophisticated pricing strategies that factor in off-chain data like historic asset prices, volatility, and other real-world information that allows them to effectively price assets.

To learn more about market making on Hashflow, see this article:

pageGetting Started - API v3

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