Privacy Aggregator

Future Integration

The PivotSwap Privacy Aggregator is a critical component of the PivotSwap protocol, designed to enhance user experience and privacy during transactions.

When a user initiates a transaction on PivotSwap, the Privacy Aggregator collects and groups multiple transactions together. This aggregation process helps to obscure individual transactions, making it more challenging for external observers to track specific transactions.

The Privacy Aggregator then routes the aggregated transactions through a series of PivotSwap nodes, which analyze the transactions and select the most optimal path for execution based on factors such as transaction size, liquidity, and other relevant metrics. Once the optimal path is determined, the aggregated transactions are executed on the selected path. This process involves swapping tokens or assets between different blockchain networks, ensuring that the original sender and recipient remain anonymous.


The PivotSwap Aggregator connects with Routers, which are responsible for scanning liquidity pools across multiple blockchain networks. This allows users to access a wide range of highly-flexible and profitable transaction options.

Suppose a user deposits ETH on chain A and wishes to swap it for another asset on chain B:

The PivotSwap Aggregator connects with Routers across chains A and B, scanning for the best liquidity. The system then selects the pair with the best liquidity, calculates and compares the options, and then executes the transaction via a Bridge Message.

  • If the best liquidity is found in chain A, PivotSwap performs the token swap operation directly on chain A. The assets are then bridged to chain B for the recipient to claim.

  • Alternatively, if the best liquidity is in chain B, PivotSwap bridges ETH to chain B and performs the token swap operation there.

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