Trustless interface

Ways to reduce counterparty risks when managing funds using Safe.

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Written by Lukas Schor
Updated over a week ago

With Safe we are aiming to build a 100% self-sovereign fund management solution. To us, it is very important, that nobody besides the owner(s) of a Safe can access/freeze funds or modify any settings, but also that users do not bear any counterparty risk. So while Safe provides some pieces of the the solution to improve on convenience and/or UX for the user, we also want to make it as easy as possible to go completely trustless.

So for a regular user, there are indeed a few Safe-dependencies today, mainly:

  • Hosted web interface (

  • Transaction indexer (backend infrastructure for the interface)

While it is possible to interact with a Safe contract through any means where arbitrary contract calls are possible (e.g. MyCrypto), we also created other ways to interact with Safe contracts in case one or both of the services above should for any reason cease to exist:

  • All code for the interface and indexer is open-source and can be used to build local versions or host independent interfaces.

  • Advanced users can also Command Line Interface (Safe CLI) to interact with Safe contracts.

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