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LSP6 - Key Manager

Standard Document

Introduction​

An LSP0ERC725Account on its own comes with limited usability. Since it is an owned contract, only the account's owner can write data into it or use it to interact with other smart contracts.

Here comes the Key Manager. A smart contract that controls an LSP0ERC725Account, acting as its new owner. It then functions as a gateway for the account contract.

The idea is to give permissions to any address, like Externally Owned Accounts (EOA) or smart contracts. These can then interact with the LSP0ERC725Account through the Key Manager. The Key Manager will allow or restrict access based on the permissions set for the calling address.

Permissioned addresses can interact directly with the Key Manager or can sign a message to be executed by any other parties (users, relay services).

❌   Without a Key Manager, only the LSP0ERC725Account's owner can use its Account.

✅   With a Key Manager attached to an LSP0ERC725Account, other addresses (EOAs or contracts) can use an Account on behalf of its owner.

LSP6 Key Manager overview allowed

LSP6 Key Manager overview not allowed

Permissions for addresses are not stored on the Key Manager. Instead, they are stored inside the data key - value store of the LSP0ERC725Account linked to the Key Manager. This way, it is possible to easily upgrade the Key Manager without resetting all the permissions again.


Permissions​

tip

You can use the encodePermissions(...) and decodePermissions(...) functions from the erc725.js tool to create, combine or decode permission values.

LSP6 permissions

Click on the toggles below to learn more about the features enabled by each permission.

CHANGEOWNER - Allows changing the owner of the controlled contract

value = 0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001

The CHANGEOWNER permission enables the change of the owner of the linked ERC725Account. Using this permission, you can easily upgrade the LSP6KeyManager attached to the Account by transferring ownership to a new Key Manager.

ADDCONTROLLER - Allows giving permissions to new addresses.

value = 0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000002

The ADDCONTROLLER permission enables to grant permissions to new addresses (controllers) that did not have any permissions before. This allows the addition of new controller addresses that can then interact with or use the linked ERC725Account.

The ADDCONTROLLER permission is needed to:

  • Give a new address some permission by setting its permissions under AddressPermissions:Permissions:<controller-address>
  • Add a new controller address in the list of AddressPermissions[index] at a specific index.
  • Increase the length of the AddressPermissions[] Array length (to describe that a new controller address has been added).

ADD Permissions

CHANGEPERMISSIONS - Allows changing existing permissions of addresses.

value = 0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000004

This permission allows for editing permissions of any address that has some permissions already set on the ERC725Account (including itself). The CHANGEPERMISSIONS is also needed to:

  • 🗑️ Remove a controller address from the list of AddressPermissions[], meaning:
    • removing its address at a specific index at AddressPermissions[index]
    • decreasing the AddressPermissions[] Array length (to describe that a controller address has been removed).
  • 🖊️ Edit an entry in the AddressPermissions[index] Array, meaning changing the address stored at a specific index.

    ⚠️ Warning: a controller address with CHANGEPERMISSIONS can also edit its own permissions. Be cautious when granting this permission!

CHANGE Permissions

Bear in mind that the behavior of CHANGEPERMISSIONS slightly varies depending on the new permissions value being set (see figure below).

CHANGE Permissions

ADDEXTENSIONS - Allows adding new extension contracts on the linked ERC725Account.

value = 0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000008

The ADDEXTENSIONS permission enables to add new extension contracts via the fallback function of the linked ERC725Account.

CHANGEEXTENSIONS - Allows editing the address for an extension contract on the linked ERC725Account.

value = 0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000010

The CHANGEEXTENSIONS permission enables to edit the extension contract address for a specific bytes4 function selector sent to the fallback function of the linked ERC725Account.

ADDUNIVERSALRECEIVERDELEGATE - Allows adding new LSP1UniversalReceiverDelegate contracts addresses.

value = 0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000020

The ADDUNIVERSALRECEIVERDELEGATE permission enables to add new LSP1UniversalReceiverDelegate extension contracts for specific Type IDs, when no contracts extension was initially setup for a specific Type ID.

See LSP1 Universal Receiver > extension for more details.

NB this permission also enables to set the address of the default LSP1UniversalReceiverDelegate contract under the LSP1UniversalReceiverDelegate data key if no address was set in the first place.

CHANGEUNIVERSALRECEIVERDELEGATE - Allows editing LSP1UniversalReceiverDelegate contracts addresses.

value = 0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000040

The CHANGEUNIVERSALRECEIVERDELEGATE permission enables two things:

  1. edit the address of the default LSP1UniversalReceiverDelegate contract (linked under the LSP1UniversalReceiverDelegate data key).
  2. edit the addresses of the LSP1UniversalReceiverDelegate extension contracts linked to specific Type IDs.

See LSP1 Universal Receiver > extension for more details.

REENTRANCY - Allows reentering during an execution

value = 0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000080

Given a contract or EOA has this permission, it enables it to be able to execute a payload during the execution of another payload. A contract would reenter by using execute(..) and an EOA would do that through executeRelayCall(..).

E.g. One of the best uses for this permission is the following scenario:

  1. The ERC725Acccount linked to the Key Manager makes an external call to a contract A.
  2. Contract A will make some internal updates using the received data.
  3. The contract A will then call back the ERC725Account (via the Key Manager) with another payload that will update the account storage.

REENTRANCY Permission 1 REENTRANCY Permission 2

In order for that interaction to happen the contract A must have the REENTRANCY permission.

TRANSFERVALUE - Allows to transfer the native tokens of the linked ERC725Account with restrictions.

value = 0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000200

The TRANSFERVALUE permission enables to transfer the native tokens of the linked ERC725Account with restrictions.

  1. to specific addresses (EOAs or contracts).
  2. to contracts implementing specific type of interfaces standards, that can be detected using ERC165 interfaces IDs.

Such restrictions can be applied using the LSP6 data AddressPermissions:AllowedCalls:<address>, where <address> is the address of the controller that has the TRANSFERVALUE permission.


Note: For simple native token transfers, no data ("") should be passed to the fourth parameter of the execute function of the Account contract. For instance: account.execute(operationCall, recipient, amount, "")

The caller will need the permission CALL to send any data along the LYX transfer.

CALL - Allows to use the linked ERC725Account to interact with contracts with restrictions.

value = 0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000800

The CALL permission enables to use the linked ERC725Account to call functions on contracts deployed on the network with restrictions.

  1. to specific contract addresses (contracts).
  2. to contracts implementing specific type of interfaces standards, that can be detected using ERC165 interfaces IDs.

It uses the underlying opcode CALL which allows to change states on the called contract.

STATICCALL - Allows calling other contracts through the controlled contract

value = 0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000002000

This permission enables the ERC725Account linked to Key Manager to make external calls to contracts while disallowing state changes at the address being called. It uses the STATICCALL opcode when performing the external call.

NB: If any state is changed at a target contract through a STATICCALL, the call will revert silently.

DELEGATECALL - Allows delegate calling other contracts through the controlled contract

value = 0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000008000

This permission allows executing code and functions from other contracts in the UP context.

danger

DELEGATECALL is currently disallowed (even if set on the KeyManager) because of its dangerous nature, as vicious developers can execute some malicious code in the linked Account contract.

DEPLOY - Allows deploying other contracts through the controlled contract

value = 0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000010000

Enables the caller to deploy a smart contract, using the linked ERC725Account as a deployer. Developers should provide the contract's bytecode to be deployed in the payload (ABI-encoded) passed to the Key Manager.

Both the CREATE or CREATE2 opcodes can be used to deploy a contract.

SETDATA - Allows setting data on the controlled contract

value = 0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000040000

Allows an address to write any form of data in the ERC725Y data key - value store of the linked ERC725Account (except permissions, which require the permissions CHANGEPERMISSIONS).

NB: an address can be restricted to set only specific data keys via allowed ERC725Y Data Keys

ENCRYPT: Allows encrypting data or messages on behalf of the controlled account

value = 0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000080000

Developers can use the ENCRYPT permission to encrypt data or messages, for instance for private messaging.

DECRYPT: Allows decrypting data or messages on behalf of the controlled account

value = 0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000100000

Developers can use the DECRYPT permission to decrypt data or messages, for instance for private messaging.

SIGN: Allows signing on behalf of the controlled account, for example for login purposes

value = 0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000200000

The permission SIGN enables an address to authenticate on behalf of the UP. It can be used primarily in web2.0 apps to sign login messages.

note

When deployed with our lsp-factory.js tool, the Universal Profile owner will have all the permissions above set by default.

SUPER Permissions​

The super permissions grants the same permissions as their non-super counter parts, with the difference being that the checks on restrictions for Allowed Calls and Allowed ERC725Y Data Keys are skipped. This allows for cheaper transactions whether these restrictions are set or not.

SUPER_TRANSFERVALUE

value = 0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000100

Same as TRANSFERVALUE, but allowing to send native tokens to any address (EOA or contract). This will also not check for Allowed Calls when transferring value to contracts.

SUPER_CALL

value = 0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000400

Same as CALL, but allowing to interact with any contract. This will not check for Allowed Calls if the caller has any of these restrictions set.

SUPER_STATICCALL

value = 0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001000

Same as STATICCALL, but allowing to interact with any contract. This will not check for Allowed Calls if the caller has any of these restrictions set.

SUPER_DELEGATECALL

value = 0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000004000

Same as DELEGATECALL, but allowing to interact with any contract. This will not check for Allowed Calls if the caller has any of these restrictions set.

SUPER_SETDATA

value = 0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000020000

Same as SETDATA, but allowing to set any ERC725Y data keys. This will not check for Allowed ERC725Y Data Keys if caller has any restrictions.

caution

Use with caution, as even if restrictions to certain Allowed Calls or Allowed ERC725Y Data Keys are set for an controller address, they will be ignored.

Combining Permissions​

Permissions can be combined if an address needs to hold more than one permission. To do so:

  1. calculate the sum of the decimal value of each permission.
  2. convert the result back into hexadecimal.
Example
permissions: CALL + TRANSFERVALUE

0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000800 (2048 in decimal)
+ 0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000200 (512)
---------------------------------------------------------------------
= 0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000a00 (= 2560)

Retrieving addresses with permissions​

tip

The convenience function getData(...) from erc725.js will return you the whole list of addresses with permissions, when providing the AddressPermission[] array data key as a parameter.

You can obtain the list of address that have some permissions set on the linked ERC725Account by querying the AddressPermission[] data key, on the ERC725Y storage via getData(...).

  • key: 0xdf30dba06db6a30e65354d9a64c609861f089545ca58c6b4dbe31a5f338cb0e3
  • value return: the total number of address that have some permissions set (= array length)

Each address can be retrieved by accessing each index in the array (see LSP2 > Array docs and LSP2 > Array Standard specs for more detailed instructions).

{
"name": "AddressPermissions[]",
"key": "0xdf30dba06db6a30e65354d9a64c609861f089545ca58c6b4dbe31a5f338cb0e3",
"keyType": "Array",
"valueType": "address",
"valueContent": "Address"
}

AddressPermissions array - list of addresses with permissions

example:

if the AddressPermission[] array data key returns 0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000004 (array length = 4), each address can be obtained by querying the following data keys:

  • 0xdf30dba06db6a30e65354d9a64c6098600000000000000000000000000000000: 1st address(array index 0 = AddressPermissions[0])
  • 0xdf30dba06db6a30e65354d9a64c6098600000000000000000000000000000001: 2nd address (array index 1 = AddressPermissions[1])
  • 0xdf30dba06db6a30e65354d9a64c6098600000000000000000000000000000002: 3rd address (array index 2 = AddressPermissions[2])
  • 0xdf30dba06db6a30e65354d9a64c6098600000000000000000000000000000003: 4th address (array index 3 = AddressPermissions[3])

Types of permissions​

Permission TypeDescriptionbytes32 data key
Address Permissionsdefines a set of permissions for an address.0x4b80742de2bf82acb3630000<address>
Allowed Callsdefines a set of interactions (function + address + standard) allowed for a controller address.0x4b80742de2bf393a64c70000<address>
Allowed ERC725Y Data Keysdefines a list of ERC725Y Data Keys an address is only allowed to set via setData(...) on the linked ERC725Account.0x4b80742de2bf866c29110000<address>

See LSP6 for more details

The values set under these permission data keys MUST be of the following format to ensure correct behavior of these functionalities.

  • Address Permissions: a bytes32 value.
  • Allowed Calls: a CompactBytesArray of the tuple (bytes4,address,bytes4).
  • Allowed ERC725Y Data Keys: a CompactBytesArray of bytes, containing values from bytes1 to bytes32.
caution

To add / remove entries in the list of allowed calls or ERC725Y Data Keys, the whole compact bytes array should be encoded again and reset. Each update overrides the entire previous state.

Note that this process is expensive since the data being set is a CompactBytesArray.

Address Permissions​

An address can hold one (or more) permissions, enabling it to perform multiple "actions" on an ERC725Account. Such "actions" include setting data on the ERC725Account, calling other contracts, transferring native tokens, etc.

To grant permission(s) to an <address>, set the following data key - value pair below in the ERC725Y storage of the ERC725Account linked to the Key Manager.

  • key: 0x4b80742de2bf82acb3630000<address>
  • value: one of the available permission below. To give multiple permission, see the Combining permissions section.

NB: remember to remove the 0x prefix in the <address> field above.

{
"name": "AddressPermissions:Permissions:<address>",
"key": "0x4b80742de2bf82acb3630000<address>",
"keyType": "MappingWithGrouping",
"valueType": "bytes32",
"valueContent": "BitArray"
}

Address Permissions range

danger

Granting permissions to the linked ERC725Account itself is dangerous!

A caller can craft a payload via ERC725X.execute(...) to be sent back to the KeyManager, leading to potential re-entrancy attacks.

Such transaction flow can lead an initial caller to use more permissions than allowed initially by using the permissions granted to the linked ERC725Account's address.

caution

Each permission MUST be exactly 32 bytes long and zero left-padded:

  • 0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000008 ✅
  • 0x0800000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 ❌

For instance, if you try to set the permission TRANSFERVALUE for an address as 0x08, this will be stored internally as 0x0800000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000.

Ensure the bytes32 value set under the permissions are correct according to these rules, to prevent incorrect or unexpected behaviour and errors.


Allowed Calls​

You can restrict an address to interact with:

Standards

These contracts MUST implement the ERC165 standard to be able to detect their interfaces.

Interface IDMeaning
0xffffffffInteraction with any standard is allowed.
Specific interfacesInteraction with a specific standard is allowed.
Addresses
AddressMeaning
0xffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffInteraction with any address is allowed.
Other addressesInteraction with a specific address is allowed.
Functions
Function SelectorMeaning
0xffffffffInteraction with any function is allowed.
Other function selectorsInteraction with a specific function is allowed.

To allow an <address> to execute any function on a LSP0ERC725Account (interface ID 0x66767497) deployed at address 0xCA41e4ea94c8fA99889c8EA2c8948768cBaf4bc0, the data key - value pair below can be set in the ERC725Y contract storage.

  • key: 0x4b80742de2bf393a64c70000<address>
  • possible values:
    • (bytes4,address,bytes4)[CompactBytesArray]: an CompactBytesArray of tuple (bytes4,address,bytes4) which is created by concatenating the chosen function selector, address and standard. E.g. 0x001c66767497CA41e4ea94c8fA99889c8EA2c8948768cBaf4bc0ffffffff
    • 0x (empty): if the value is an empty byte (= 0x), the caller <address> is not allowed to interact with any functions, address or standards (= all calls are disallowed).
Combining multiple interactions

If you want to have multiple different interactions, you MUST add each of the desired interaction to a CompactBytesArray. Keep in mind that the length for each element in the CompactBytesArray must be 28 = 0x001c, because a standard uses 4 bytes, an address uses 20 bytes and a function uses 4 bytes.

E.g.:

  • Standard: LSP0, 0x66767497;
    Address: 0xCA41e4ea94c8fA99889c8EA2c8948768cBaf4bc0;
    Function: any;
    CompactBytesArray: 0x001c66767497CA41e4ea94c8fA99889c8EA2c8948768cBaf4bc0ffffffff
  • Standard: any;
    Address: 0xF70Ce3b58f275A4c28d06C98615760dDe774DE57;
    Function: transfer(address,address,uint256,bool,bytes), 0x760d9bba;
    CompactBytesArray: 0x001cffffffffF70Ce3b58f275A4c28d06C98615760dDe774DE57760d9bba
  • Standard: any;
    Address: 0xd3236aa1B8A4dDe5eA375fd1F2Fb5c354e686c9f;
    Function: any;
    CompactBytesArray: 0x001cffffffffd3236aa1B8A4dDe5eA375fd1F2Fb5c354e686c9fffffffff

A CompactBytesArray for these 3 interactions would look like this: 0x001c66767497CA41e4ea94c8fA99889c8EA2c8948768cBaf4bc0ffffffff001cffffffffF70Ce3b58f275A4c28d06C98615760dDe774DE57760d9bba001cffffffffd3236aa1B8A4dDe5eA375fd1F2Fb5c354e686c9fffffffff

{
"name": "AddressPermissions:AllowedCalls:<address>",
"key": "0x4b80742de2bf393a64c70000<address>",
"keyType": "MappingWithGrouping",
"valueType": "(bytes4,address,bytes4)[CompactBytesArray]",
"valueContent": "(Bytes4,Address,Bytes4)"
}

LSP6 Allowed Calls Overview

danger

Allowing a specific standard does not offer security over the inner workings or the correctness of a smart contract. It should be used more as a "mistake prevention" mechanism than a security measure.

info

If no Allowed Calls are set (0x), a controller cannot interact with any address nor transfer any value (Contract or EOA).


Allowed ERC725Y Data Keys​

If an address is allowed to SETDATA on an ERC725Account, it is possible to restrict which data keys this address can set or update.

To restrict an <address> to only be allowed to set the key LSP3Profile (0x5ef83ad9559033e6e941db7d7c495acdce616347d28e90c7ce47cbfcfcad3bc5), the following data key - value pair can be set in the ERC725Y contract storage. Encode data as a CompactBytesArray.

  • key: 0x4b80742de2bf866c29110000<address>
  • value(s): 0x00205ef83ad9559033e6e941db7d7c495acdce616347d28e90c7ce47cbfcfcad3bc5
ERC725Y Data Keys: fixed-size vs dynamic-size

Introduction (summary) You can set 2 types of ERC725Y Data Keys:

  • Fixed-size Data Keys

A fixed-size Data Key is a data key that has a fixed length of 32 bytes. If a controller address has a fixed-size allowed ERC725Y data key set, then that controller address can only change the value of that specific fixed-size data key.

  • Dynamic-size Data Keys

A dynamic-size Data Key is a data key that can have a length from 1 byte to 31 bytes. If a controller address has a dynamic-size allowed ERC725Y data key set, then that controller address can change any data key that starts with the dynamic-size data key.

Examples:

  • Fixed-size Data Keys

Let's imagine the following situation, you set an Allowed ERC725Y fixed-size Data Key (e.g. 0x5ef83ad9559033e6e941db7d7c495acdce616347d28e90c7ce47cbfcfcad3bc5) for a controller address (e.g. Alice). With that setup you allowed Alice to update only the value of the Allowed ERC725Y Data Key.

LSP6 Allowed ERC725Y Data Keys, Fixed-Size Key

  • Dynamic-size Data Keys

Let's imagine the following situation, you set an Allowed ERC725Y dynamic-size Data Key (e.g. 0xbeefbeefbeefbeef) for a controller address (e.g. Bob). With that setup you allowed Bob to set any Data Key that starts with 0xbeefbeefbeefbeef.

E.g:

  • 0xbeefbeefbeefbeefcafecafecafecafecafecafecafecafecafecafecafecafe
  • 0xbeefbeefbeefbeef0000000000000000000000000000000000000000c629dfa8
  • 0xbeefbeefbeefbeef000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001253

LSP6 Allowed ERC725Y Data Keys, Dynamic-Size Key

Combining multiple ERC725Y Data Keys

If you want to have multiple different ERC725Y data keys allowed, you MUST add each of the desired data keys to a CompactBytesArray.

E.g.:

  • 0x5ef83ad9559033e6e941db7d7c495acdce616347d28e90c7ce47cbfcfcad3bc5 (length: 32 bytes = 0x0020)
  • 0x5ef83ad9559033e6e941db7d7c495acd (length: 16 bytes = 0x0010)
  • 0xbeefbeef (length: 4 bytes = 0x0004)

A CompactBytesArray for these 3 ERC725Y Data Keys would look like this: 0x00205ef83ad9559033e6e941db7d7c495acdce616347d28e90c7ce47cbfcfcad3bc500105ef83ad9559033e6e941db7d7c495acd0004beefbeef

{
"name": "AddressPermissions:AllowedERC725YDataKeys:<address>",
"key": "0x4b80742de2bf866c29110000<address>",
"keyType": "MappingWithGrouping",
"valueType": "bytes32[CompactBytesArray]",
"valueContent": "Bytes32"
}

Below is an example use case. An ERC725Account can allow some applications to add/edit informations on its storage via setData(...). The account can restrict such Dapps and protocols to edit the data keys that are only relevant to the logic of their applications.

LSP6 Allowed ERC725YDataKeys overview

As a result, this provide context for the Dapp on which data they can operate on the account, while preventing them to edit other information, such as the account metadata, or data relevant to other dapps.

LSP6 Allowed ERC725YDataKeys overview

LSP6 Allowed ERC725YDataKeys overview

LSP6 Allowed ERC725YDataKeys overview

info

If no Allowed ERC725Y Data Keys are set, then the controller address cannot set any value for any key.


Types of Execution​

There are 2 ways to interact with the ERC725Account linked with the Key Manager.

  • direct execution, where the caller address directly sends a payload to the Key Manager (= abi-encoded function call on the linked ERC725Account) to the KeyManager via execute(...).
  • relay execution, where a signer address A signs a payload and an executor address B (e.g. a relay service) executes the payload on behalf of the signer via executeRelayCall(...).

The main difference between direct vs relay execution is that with direct execution, the caller address is the actual address making the request + paying the gas cost of the execution. With relay execution, a signer address can interact with the ERC725Account without having to pay for gas fee.

Direct vs Relay Execution

Relay Execution​

Relay execution enables users to interact with smart contracts on the blockchain without needing native tokens to pay for transaction fees. This allows a better onboarding experience for users new to cryptocurrencies and blockchain.

Relay execution minimizes UX friction for dapps, including removing the need for users to worry about gas fee, or any complex steps needed to operate on blockchains (KYC, seedphrases, gas).

Dapps can then leverage the relay execution features to create their own business model around building their own relay service, smart contracts solution on top of the Key Manager to pay with their tokens, or agree with users on payment methods including subscriptions, ads, etc ..

LSP6 Key Manager Relay Service

How to sign relay transactions?​

The relay transactions are signed using the version 0 of EIP191. The relay call data that you want to sign MUST be the keccak256 hash digest of the following elements (bytes values) concatenated together.

0x19 <0x00> <KeyManager address> <LSP6_VERSION> <chainId> <nonce> <value> <payload>
Message elementsDetails
0x19Byte used to ensure that the relay call signed data is not a valid RLP.
0x00The version 0 of EIP191.
KeyManager addressThe address of the Key Manager that will execute the relay call.
LSP6_VERSIONThe varsion of the Key Manager that will execute the relay call, as a uint256. (Current version of LSP6 Key Manager is 6)
chainIdThe chain id of the blockchain where the Key Manager is deployed, as uint256.
nonceThe unique nonce for the payload.
valueThe amount of native tokens that will be transferred to the ERC725 Account linked to the Key Manager that will execute the relay call.
payloadThe payload that will be exeuted.
info

If you want to sign an EIP191 Execute Relay Call transaction you can use our library, eip191-signer.js.

Out of order execution​

Since the Key Manager offers relay execution via signed message, it's important to provide security measurements to ensure that the signed message can't be repeated once executed. Nonces existed to solve this problem, but with the following drawback:

  • Signed messages with sequential nonces should be executed in order, meaning a signed message with nonce 4 can't be executed before the signed message with nonce 3. This is a critical problem which can limit the usage of relay execution.

Here comes the Multi-channel nonces which provide the ability to execute signed message with/without a specific order depending on the signer choice.

Signed messages should be executed sequentially if signed on the same channel and should be executed independently if signed on different channel.

  • Message signed with nonce 4 on channel 1 can't be executed before the message signed with nonce 3 on channel 1 but can be executed before the message signed with nonce 3 on channel 2.

LSP6 Key Manager Relay Service

Learn more about Multi-channel nonces usecases and its internal construction.

References​