Since the deprecation of Mist in 2019, many people with funds in their Mist multisig contracts were seemingly left stranded, as Mist was the only maintained application that supported sending from these multisig contracts.
As Mist is no longer maintained, it is no longer recommended to be used. If you wish to manually transfer funds out of your Mist multisig contract, you can use the following instructions to do so.
When you initially set up your multisig through Mist, it asked you to enter a list of owner addresses, a daily spending limit, and a required amount of confirmations a transaction would need before it would get sent from the multisig.
The daily limit that you specified when creating the multisig indicates how much ETH (in Wei) can be spent from the multisig a day without any additional confirmations from other owners. This may also be set to 0, meaning that every transaction will always require confirmation from other owners.
For example, you might have set it up to have three owners, and a required amount of two confirmations. This means that two owners would have to agree to a transaction if it's above the daily spending limit. The first one can be yourself, but then you would need one other confirmation. If you own all the addresses that have ownership, and still have access to these addresses, it wouldn't be an issue. However, if other people are the other owners of the multisig contract, you will need to coordinate a confirmation with one of them in this case, otherwise you will not be able to withdraw any funds.
m_requiredfunction of the contract. Click "READ", and it should show you how many ownership confirmations this multisig contract requires.
m_dailyLimitfunction, and click "READ". You will get the result back in Wei, which you can convert to Ether using the tool in this article.
executefrom the dropdown.
_valuefield. This field asks for a value in Wei format, not Ether. You can convert your Ether value to Wei by using the tool in this article. It is recommended that you test with a small amount first!
Valuefield empty. We are using the
_valuefield to enter the amount that we wish to withdraw.
Generate Transactionbutton & confirm & send.
If your multisig contract only requires one confirmation, you will see that the amount you specified in the previous steps will be withdrawn right when the transaction has been mined, as this already counts as the first confirmation.
The same applies if you are sending a transaction that is below the daily limit that you initially set when you created this multisig. You can check the daily limit (in Wei) by using the
m_dailyLimit function of the contract.
If you wish to also withdraw tokens from the multisig contract, you can find our guide on doing so here.
In case you're trying to send a transaction which is above the daily spending limit, or if the daily spending limit is set to 0, you will need additional confirmations from other owners to have the transaction go through, depending on how many is required by your multisig contract.
confirmfunction of your multisig contract.
Logstab at the top.
ConfirmationNeededlog of this transaction. Copy the hash next to
operation, highlighted in red. This hash will be different for your transaction.
0xin front of it, in the
If your multisig requires more confirmations, you will have to repeat the confirmation process for each owner until it reaches the necessary approvals. Luckily, the
_h value is the same for each of them. Once you have reached the minimum required amount of confirmations, you will be able to see that the transfer has been made (example).
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