Bridge funds and anyCall (Router V7)

You're able to utilize Multichain's vast liquidity to bridge funds and execute the destination contract in one tx.


This feature has been implemented in Router V7. This would combine our token router and anyCall which allows dapps to bridge funds and execute destination contracts with flexibility.

This allows the transfer of monetary values and data information cross-chain in one transaction.

The method is called anySwapOutAndCall .

Applications include:

  • Cross-chain atomic swaps

  • Cross-chain staking

  • Cross-chain lending

Please follow our testnet quickstart to try this out.

Mainnet Information


Testnet Information

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anySwapOutAndCall workflow

Make sure you're familiar with the basics of anyCall before reading on as this method combines anyCall and bridge functions.

The anySwapOutAndCall function exists on our router contracts. This function would bridge tokens and call your receiver contract on the destination chain.

DAPPS need to deploy a receiver Exec/Anycallproxy Contract which would handle the bridged funds. On the receiver contract, a function named exec needs to be present and it will be called.

A sender contract is optional. You can deploy a sender contract that calls

anySwapOutAndCall if you want to implement additional features like extra fees, swap on the source chain.

The general flow is specified below:

DAPPS -> anySwapOutAndCall(Chain A) -> SMPC Network -> anySwapInAndExec(Chain B) ->AnycallExecutor-> exec by DAPP receiver contract(Chain B)

DAPPS call anySwapOutAndCall on Chain A. Then the SMPC network will relay this event and invoke anySwapInAndExec on Chain B which will send the tokens to the DAPP receiver contract.

Then use AnycallExecutortor as a sandbox to call the exec function on the DAPP receiver contract. Hence a function named exec needs to be present in the DAPP receiver contract.

If the exec function execution failed on Chain B, your Exec Contract would handle the failure case.


anySwapOutAndCall (Called by Dapps)

function anySwapOutAndCall( address token, string calldata to, uint256 amount, uint256 toChainID, string calldata anycallProxy, bytes calldata data )





The token you want to bridge.



to is the fallback receive address if exec failed on the destination chain



Amount of tokens bridged



The target chain id to interact with



Your destination contract to process the bridge tokens.



The bytes calldata to pass into your destination contract anycallProxy.

Requirements to be compatible with anyCall interfaces:

  1. Receiver Contract: A method named execneeds to exist on your anycallProxy contract address. This is needed because the destination router will call execon your receiver contract.

The exec function below is an example of an implementation to allow cross-chain swap.

    function exec(
        address token,
        address receiver,
        uint256 amount,
        bytes calldata data
    ) external onlyAuth returns (bool success, bytes memory result) {

2. Whitelist: Your anycallProxy contract needs to be whitelisted by our team. Please contact us on telegram. A proxy contract can be whitelisted on testnet to ease development.

3. If your anycallProxy contract needs role control, use the AnycallExecutor listed in the above table. It will be the sandbox executing the contract. Refer to the role control below.

    modifier onlyAuth() {
        require(supportedCaller[msg.sender], "SushiSwapAnycallProxy: only auth");


Please read through our example contracts to see how to design an anycallproxy contract. This contract swaps the users' funds via Sushiswap to other tokens after receiving the bridged tokens on the destination chain.

Source Tx:

Destination Tx:

Please follow our testnet quickstart to try this out.

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