1. Wallets
  2. Safe



Wallet module for connecting Safe to Web3 Onboard



        type GnosisOptions = {
  whitelistedDomains: RegExp[]



        import Onboard from '@web3-onboard/core'
import safeModule from '@web3-onboard/gnosis'

const safe = safeModule()

const onboard = Onboard({
  // ... other Onboard options
  wallets: [
    //... other wallets

const connectedWallets = await onboard.connectWallet()


Customizing Safe Transaction Gas

If you are looking to set the gasLimit of a transaction within Safe, the gas properties within the transaction WILL BE IGNORED. Instead you will need to use the safeTxGas prop AND the web3-onboard Safe instance that is exposed through the provider to send along the transaction. The Safe sdk instance exposed by the web3-onboard must be used to set the safeTxGas prop and send the transaction. Check Safe docs for full detail as it can be a bit confusing. An example of accessing the Safe SDK instance and sending a transaction can be found below.

        const tx = {
  to: toAddress,
  value: 1000000000000000,
  data: '0x'
const params = {
  safeTxGas: 5000000

// wallet is the provider exposed by web3-onboard after the Safe wallet is connected
let trans = await wallet.instance.txs.send({ txs: [tx], params })


Note: With the safeTxGas you will see additional value on the gasLimit displayed in the Safe. Check Safe docs for full details on that computation.

Build Environments

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