Walliro accounts have a so-called
nonce. This is a number assigned to a transaction to ensure that each transaction can only be executed once. Every time a new transaction is created, the nonce is incremented by
+1 and assigned to the transaction, essentially determining the position in the queue of transactions for a given Walliro account.
Only transactions that have a nonce of
last executed transaction +1 can actually be executed at any given time. Transactions with a higher nonce are staged for execution in the queue. So a transaction can be executed if the previous transaction in the queue got executed and it has enough signatures.