Router & Adapters

In order to eliminate the necessity for an approval transaction and to apply a service fee to our Smart Ramp orders, we've implemented a system comprising a central Router contract, in conjunction with adapters tailored to each of our partner swap protocols.

Contract flow

For Smart Ramp orders requiring a swap, after the optimal route for the swap and corresponding calldata is computed off-chain, the swap transaction goes as follow, through the execution of Router's ftatSwapWithPermit function :

  • Calldata intended for the swap protocol contract is passed to our Router contract along with a signed permit. This permit grants Router permission to spend input tokens for the swap.

  • Subsequently, the permit undergoes validation, and the approval is executed.

  • Router transfers the requisite tokens from user's wallet to the relevant adapter. The calldata is also transmitted alongside, trough a call to adapter's callAction function.

  • In turn, the adapter engages directly with the swap protocol through the provided calldata, using Solidity's call function.

  • If execution is successful, Router emits a Swap event.



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