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The sender of a path payment does not need to trust the asset on the receiving end of the path payment. That's the beauty of them! I touch on this in Understanding Stellar Path Payments as well. Path payment operations simplify the process by eliminating the need for the sender to have a trustline, and by bundling transfer and conversion into a ...


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Horizon always returns the optimal path. The E->F part is redundant in this particular case as you requested payment path from E to A. And that's what we clearly see here: EXY->DXY->CLM->BCZ->AXY.


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We think this may be a result of Strict-send pathfinder returns non-existent paths, which is fixed in Horizon 0.23. Would you try the new release and report back here?


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We think this may be a result of Strict-send pathfinder returns non-existent paths, which is fixed in Horizon 0.23. Would you try the new release and report back here?


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