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I have a Safe at https://etherscan.io/address/0x000000000034065b3a94c2118cfe5b4c0067b615#readProxyContract, and I was having trouble connecting it to both the Safe Web and Safe Mobile apps. When entering the address, I see this error: Address given is not a valid Safe address: Address given is not a valid Safe address

I didn't use the Safe UI to deploy, but it is still deployed from the canonical v1.4.1 factory on mainnet https://github.com/safe-global/safe-deployments/tree/main/src/assets/v1.4.1, which uses these addresses:

  • factory: 0x4e1DCf7AD4e460CfD30791CCC4F9c8a4f820ec67
  • singleton: 0x41675C099F32341bf84BFc5382aF534df5C7461a
  • fallback: 0xfd0732Dc9E303f09fCEf3a7388Ad10A83459Ec99

It seems the transaction did not have a "proxy" field set though, my transaction has this: manual

while a typical UI created safe has this: ui This might be specific to v1.4.1, as other createProxyWithNonce() transactions don't have this proxy field.

Questions:

  • Do I need to verify this contract, and if so how should I do this?
  • If the above isn't the issue, what do I need to do to be able to connect this to Safe UI/Web/Mobile apps?

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  1. Since the proxy address is indexed, it's now pushed to topics. If you look closely, the address is there in the topics.
  2. 1.4.1 is not supported on the UI/infra level yet; it will be supported in the UI once the support is implemented.
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  • Thanks @mikheevm, is there any rough ETA on when we should expect UI/infra support?
    – matt
    Jun 25, 2023 at 20:18
  • Or are there details on what exactly needs to be updated on the UI/infra layer? Open to helping with the change myself if it's open source.
    – matt
    Jun 27, 2023 at 1:21
  • This is better asked in the web team discord or repos since it's out of the scope of the dev support.
    – mikheevm
    Jun 27, 2023 at 14:42
  • Great, thank you!
    – matt
    Jun 27, 2023 at 21:24

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