An explanation of the key terms used in the Coinshift docs
A cryptocurrency wallet that is accessible through a web browser or mobile app.
An alias for any wallet or smart contract address. Instead of having to recall what an address is associated with, you can create a contact that is stored in an address book on Coinshift. This reduced the risk of erroneously sending funds to the wrong address.
A cryptocurrency wallet that stores a private key in offline mode.
A field that helps you classify a transaction and can be used to define the accounting treatment.
Anyone can be invited to a member of an organisation.
Members of your organisation who are not signers on a Safe. These users can create proposals and view reports, historical transactions, etc.
Transactions stored on Coinshift infrastructure awaiting to be submitted to the blockchain.
Transactions verified by network validators and recorded on the blockchain
An organisation on Coinshift represents a project, DAO or crypto native-organisation.
An off-chain transaction that is created before being executed on chain. Read more about the benefits of using proposals here.
The sequential on-chain approval/rejection queue for Safes.
A multi-sig smart contract that requires approval from the least number of owners to execute a transaction.
A multi-sig such as Safe is controlled by one or more signers (also referred to as owners).
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The number of approvals required to be able to execute an on-chain transaction for a Safe.
A list of transactions (successful or failed) across all supported networks (chains) on Coinshift.