Signer wallets sign and execute transactions. The Walliro web interface does not hold a private key. so, it cannot sign or execute transactions. A signer wallet is therefore needed to store a signer key that is used to:
- Create a Walliro account,
- Sign transactions (on-chain or off-chain), and finally
- Execute transactions.
In order to create a Walliro account, you need to connect a signer wallet as a first step. Your Walliro address will be different from the address of your signer wallet.
A Walliro consists of a number of owners. The Walliro is a MultiSig account that is controlled by its signer keys. Please refer to the respective help center article to learn more about this.
What wallet should I use and what if I don’t have a wallet already? This is really a personal decision. Walliro supports a variety of signer wallets. The most popular options are Metamask and hardware wallets such as Trezor and Ledger. We recommend doing your own research on the different options in order to decide which one is the right one for you.