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Configuration of Chain ID

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Issue Description

Describe the bug I am attempting to use safe contracts I have deployed on a private subnet on the avalanche network. I am able to successfully create a safe and send funds to it. However when I am attempting to interact with the safe (eg. add owner) I am getting the following error.

web3.exceptions.ValidationError: The transaction declared chain ID -1, but the connected node is on 335

There may be an obvious way to configure the chainID on the CLI that I am not seeing in the documentation, or something else is going on.

To Reproduce Steps to reproduce the behavior:

  1. Connect to a safe on subnet
  2. Load CLI Owner
  3. run add_owner [address]

Expected behavior I expected the transaction to be sent to the RPC

Additional context Our chain ID 335 is not a supported gnosis safe chain yet.

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 10 months ago
  • Comments:11 (6 by maintainers)

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MrFauncommented, Mar 26, 2022

Yep just generated a new wallet for this and provided 1 JEWEL. (ETH)

Wallet Address: 0xF28576408412a1f0bAbE1BFbC8afC51F9b650B07 Safe Address: 0xEc358bd2e7d1Bfffd5B56d94eb5b506560cFc629 Private Key: 4b94863054d2e492f50795c16c4406ddba8c07d83d47de6bab2af5940812a3f7

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Uxio0commented, Mar 28, 2022

Thanks to your support @MrFaun we found the issue and it’s fixed now on v0.3.1

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