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Let's say we have 2/2 signatures all signed.

Could this be broadcasted to the relay service and someone else picks it up just to execute?

If so, how would you do this?

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Sadly we decommissioned our Relay service some time ago. While we created some POCs is not something that we currently have in our roadmap.

Answering your question:

Could this be broadcasted to the relay service and someone else picks it up just to execute?

Yes, in the future, if the Relayer service is running again, you will need 3 things:

  • At least the minimum number of signatures required to be able to execute the transaction (threshold).
  • A small amount of Wrapped Ether in your Safe (Minimum 0.1 WETH) (the Wrapped native token required depends on the chain that you are using, example Wrapped Ether in Mainnet & Wrapped xDai in Gnosis Chain).
  • You must give permission to our Relay Smart Contract to use a certain amount of your Wrapped Ether. (function approve(address spender, uint256 amount))

After that you can use our Relay Service specifying the safeTxHash of the transaction that you want to be executed by our Relayer.

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  • Thanks Daniel, I heard from another gnosis team member that gnosis safe will continue the relay service. Just to make sure: Can you just confirm that the gnosis relay you mean is (github.com/5afe/safe-relay-service) and this will be deprecated? And that safe-relay service (safe-client.safe.global/index.html) is different and will continue?
    – errichoi
    Commented Nov 17, 2022 at 19:32

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