Workspace administration

This article is for Administrators only.

Admin rule

For step-by-step instructions on how to edit the admin rule, see Edit the admin rule.


For step-by-step instructions on how to create an account, see Create an account.


Groups are particularly useful if you'd like to gather users who hold a similar approval level or who belong to the same company. A group can contain up to 20 members. If an Operator is revoked from your workspace, they'll also be automatically removed from any group they belong to.


A whitelist is a collection of addresses that can be linked to accounts. It allows ensuring Operators send funds to a specific set of addresses only. This is particularly useful if you create whitelists for specific customers or if you want to save time by gathering your most used addresses.

You can save up to 25 addresses in a whitelist, and for ease of identification, each must be named. It can contain any crypto asset addresses. However, when creating an account, only whitelists containing at least one address in the currency of the account can be linked.