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im pretty new to solidity, and i was wondering how you can 1 ERC token by another across different liquidity pools.

Example:

I have 1 DAI and I change it for eth in the ETH-DAI Uniswap pool then I swap ETH by SUSHI in the SUHSI-ETH Sushiswap pool

so the tx looks like this swap 1 dai for x eth swap x eth for y sushi

I guess you cant do it directly and you need to deploy a smart contract that interacts with both contracts (Uniswap ETH-DAI and Sushiswap SUSHI-ETH) and then you interact with your deployed smart contract. Does this have a particular name? I saw that it exist something called atomic swaps but I guess its not the same

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  • I don't think the question makes any reference to different chains/side-chains/layers. It just concerns different liquidity pools in different AMMs on the same chain. May 28 at 14:06
  • As @RichardHorrocks pointed, i was talking about the same chain. here is a sample transaction of what I want to achieve: bscscan.com/tx/…
    – user71155
    May 30 at 16:41
  • @user71155 tx was constructed in the smart contract. Jun 2 at 2:12
  • @VladimirKovalchuk exactly! Thats what i want to achieve, from a smart contract create a function that takes an input amount, a path and talks to all the different liquidity pools in that path. For example, I input 1 BNB and I give two addresses, the BNB-CAKE LP address and the CAKE - BUSD LP address (it can be from another DEX, so I cant use their native router SC), the contract then needs to swap in a single transaction (really important) BNB for CAKE and then CAKE for BUSD.
    – user71155
    Jun 3 at 7:08
  • @user71155, so, do that, what kind of issue do you have:) Jun 3 at 9:00
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Here you can find an example of such a smart contract. https://blog.infura.io/build-a-flash-loan-arbitrage-bot-on-infura-part-ii/

Nothing unusual here. Just do a call to different smart contracts in a single transaction.

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