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An “aggregator” smart contract is one that is part of a larger set of smart contracts that extract price data for tokens traded on popular Decentralized Exchanges (DEXes) and facilitate the best price options for facilitating a swap or trade. Once executed, it will move funds on the user’s behalf through those different protocols to obtain the desired token output.

Note: These are non-technical definitions meant for a general audience and should not be used as legal definition
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