FAQs

Brahma FAQs
  1. What is Brahma?

Brahma focuses on enhancing DeFi execution and custody through innovative solutions, notably via Brahma Console, offering improved UX and security.

  1. Did Brahma raise outside funding?

Yes, Brahma secured funding from prominent investors including Framework, Greenfield, and more.

  1. Does Brahma have a token?

No, Brahma does not have a token yet.

General Console FAQs
  1. What is Brahma Console?

Console is a multi-chain interaction layer equipped with on-chain execution and custody features tailored for power users, DAOs, teams, and asset managers. Currently operational on Mainnet, Arbitrum, Blast, and Mode and is expanding to newer chains.

Console, in partnership with Safe as its self-custody solution, offers advanced on-chain execution and automation features. This ensures users maintain complete ownership and control over their Safes throughout the entire process.

  1. What is a Safe Plugin (Safe Module)?

In the Safe protocol, Safe Plugins are utilised to extend Safe wallet functionalities. These act as smart contracts, implementing custom features while keeping the module logic separate from Safe's core contract.

  1. How does Console automate actions without taking custody of funds

Console leverages the secure infrastructure of Safe, a non-custodial smart account layer, and strengthens it with Console Safe Plugin and Hooks to automate transactions based on user-defined triggers without retaining custody of your funds. The funds are always sitting in the user's Safe, while the execution of a transaction is delegated to a bot, based on a specific trigger.

For more info, refer to the next tab on LRT Automation FAQs below.

  1. What are the risks involved in using Console Automations?

Risks associated with Console Automations are outlined in the risks assessment tab.

  1. What are the fees involved in using Console?

Currently, Console is free to deploy for Power users. For teams, Console will adapt a flexible pricing.

You may refer to the fee section for more info

LRT Automation FAQs

1. What tokens can be automated using this feature?

The automation feature currently supports ezETH by Renzo and weETH by EtherFi liquid restaking tokens. Users can set automated buy or sell orders for these tokens based on predefined market conditions.

2. Can users automate other tokens besides ezETH and eETH?

Currently, the automation feature is specifically tailored for ezETH and eETH tokens. However, future releases may include additional tokens based on user demand and platform developments.

3. Are there any restrictions on the number of tokens users can automate?

There are no upper limits to the number of ezETH and eETH tokens that users can automate, giving them full flexibility within their Console holdings.

4. Is there a minimum token amount required to initiate automation?

Due to high mainnet gas fees, the minimum size for automation is set at 10 ETH, to ensure that the operations are economical for users. Users should hold the token amount in their Console Safe to be able to start an automation.

5. How frequently automation settings for tokens be adjusted?

Automation starts with a max slippage of 0.1%, methodically increasing with each retry, up to a 5% limit, to optimize order execution rates. Therefore, the maximum theoretical slippage incurred will be 5%, but that slippage level will only be reached after 10+ retries over multiple blocks and only if the market condition meet the slippage condition.

6. What are the risks associated with the LRT automation?

Rapid price fluctuations may affect swap effectiveness. Users should be mindful of prices temporarily dropping and rebounding before execution, potentially leading to suboptimal outcomes. If prices drop faster than set limits or swap routes are unavailable, the automation may not execute transactions within desired parameters. Users are advised to monitor market conditions closely and adjust settings accordingly to mitigate these risks. For more information, head over to Risks.

7. How are fees calculated for using the automation feature?

A 0.5% execution fee inclusive of the gas fee for the trade is applied to the input tokens involved in swap transactions, collected only upon automation execution. There are no set-up or additional fees.

The automation setup costs gas as per the network requirement, including the gas cost incurred in setting up a new SubAccount Safe, as well as registering the automation with its required approvals.

8. Can users customise swap routes?

No. Swap routes are automatically handled based on the most optimal quote between 1inch, 0x Matcha, or LiFi.

9. How does the automation ensure the best swap rates?

Automation is designed to secure the best available rates by evaluating and computing real-time market price and liquidity across multiple routes, ensuring users benefit from competitive rates even as market conditions shift.

10. Are there additional charges with specific swap routes?

No.

Brahma Connect FAQs
  1. What is Brahma Connect?

Brahma Connect integrates dApps within the Brahma Console, streamlining transaction execution and enabling secure batch processing via the Safe wallet.

  1. Is Brahma Connect available on all networks?

Yes, Brahma Connect is live on Mainnet, Arbitrum, Blast, and Mode, compatible with most dApps.

  1. Why choose Brahma for dApp interaction?

Brahma Connect simplifies navigating dApps, batches transactions, saves time, and reduces gas costs across multiple protocols.

  1. Which browsers does the extension work with?

Brahma Connect seamlessly functions with Chrome and Chromium-based browsers like Brave, offering users flexibility.

  1. Is Connect secure and what does it entail?

Yes, Brahma Connect ensures security by eliminating private key management and utilizes secure communication with dApps.

  1. Which dApps can I use with Connect on Blast?

Compatible with various dApps such as Juice Finance, Ambient Finance, with more support on the way.

  1. What if a dApp is unsupported?

Unsupported dApps direct users to Wallet Connect as an alternative, with Brahma Connect continuously testing compatibility for future dApp support.

  1. Why does it need a separate browser extension?

The extension utilizes Chrome's secure runtime to efficiently monitor and manipulate RPC requests, optimizing transaction execution and dApp interaction.

Additional Support

We actively invite users to share their user experience insights, report bugs, and offer suggestions to refine the platform.

Our team is available to provide 1:1 help:

A. via the intercom messenger in-app (bottom left chat bubble with the app)

B. via the general support chat / ticket raising panel in our official Discord server.

For additional queries, users can consult our in-depth help guide for more info.

Community

More info at: Twitter | Discord

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