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Delegate Cash

​Delegate​.cash allows collectors to keep vaulted NFTs safe. With this integration, collectors can claim tokens, prove ownership, and utilize Merch Bridge from a hot wallet.

Claim Pages

Manifold only supports the wallet delegations for allowlists, as claim allowlists are wallet-based lists.
If you enabled delegation via delegate.cash and do not see your delegate wallet on the claim page, it is possible that the claim only supports delegate v1. Please enable v1 delegation by switching back to Version 1 in the delegate.cash UX and try again.
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Claim pages recognize delegate wallets via SAFE Authentication (ERC-5131) and Delegate Registry (ERC-5639), two EIPs co-authored by our founder @wwhchung.
Claim Page collectors can now use delegate.cash to prove ownership and allowlist eligibility of a cold wallet address while minting to a different hot wallet to keep NFTs safe.
When connected to any Manifold Claim Page with a delegate wallet, you'll see the @delegatecash logo and options to toggle between wallets if more than one of your connected or delegate wallets is eligible.
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Merch Bridge

Collectors can use delegate.cash to prove ownership and discount eligibility for product gates configured in the Merch Bridge app, all while keeping their wallets holding their most valuable NFTs completely disconnected and safe.
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How do collectors use delegate.cash?

There are 3 configuration options when using a delegated wallet to perform actions for another wallet:
  • Wallet-level: Globally
  • Contract-level: Only for tokens on this specific contract
  • Token-level: Only for this specific token
Manifold only supports the first option for claim page allowlists, given that those allowlists are wallet-based lists. Addresses who have contract- or token-level delegation are unable to claim tokens for their delegated vault.
If your collector is unable to mint using delegate.cash and their address is on the allowlist, this is likely the issue.
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Last modified 2mo ago