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TrustVault co-signing rules available
TrustVault co-signing rules available

co-signing rules

Written by Paul Yardley
Updated over a week ago

This article lists the possible rules that can be configured within our co-signing service.

The rules below can all be defined "out-the-box" and can be applied to any price plan that includes the co-signing service.

Rule Name


Configuration Options

Contract Rule

Used to check if the Ethereum transaction is to a particular address

  • the address to check the ethereum transaction against

Used to check if the transaction value is below the required amount.

NB: Not all items in a transaction can be fully valued (e.g unknown Defi tokens many not be priced)

  • the limit of the transaction asset (ERC-20) e.g. 1,000 USDT

  • the limit value (GBP/USD) of the transaction. e.g. £5,000

Delay Rule

Delay the signing transaction signing between two timestamps. e.g. send the transactions between 1 hour and 2 hours after creation

  • the min timestamp

  • the max timestamp

AddressBook Rule

Used to check if the transaction is to addresses in the customers address book

  • The address book entires

Cancel Rule

If the co-signing rule doesn't sign the transaction; cancel the transaction completely

  • N/A

We can offer bespoke rules which can be discussed through by contacting us.

Cancel on failure

If the co-signer does not sign your request we provide an option to cancel that request immediately such that no other signers can sign.

In this case a transaction will show as state SYSTEM_CANCELLED in TrustVault-Web with a reason explaining the cancellation. For example:

You can enable this feature by contacting us.

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