Safe Owners can propose new transactions displayed in official Safe interfaces on the Web and Mobile. An owner should sign the transaction to do so.

Can non-owner accounts propose a transaction?

Yes, a non-owner account can propose a transaction if delegated this right by an owner account. Delegates are not stored on-chain. Safe transaction service stores owner delegates off-chain in a database.

Can delegates sign transactions instead of an owner?

No, delegates can’t sign transactions. They can only propose a transaction, but owners must sign it to execute it.

How can I create a delegate?

We use delegates for receiving push notifications for owners controlled by a third-party app or device on mobile. If you add a Ledger Nano X owner or an owner connected via WalletConnect device, the App will allow you to sign a message to receive push notifications. In this step, the App generates a delegate key for that owner.

Disclaimer: currently available on iOS only.

How can I view and remove delegates?

You can find owner delegates on the owner key details screen. There you can remove the delegate.

Technically advanced users can use the transaction service to manage delegates.

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