Here is what Wikipedia says about self live a CA glues.
Cyanoacrylate adhesives have a short shelf life. Date-stamped containers help to ensure that the adhesive is still viable. One manufacturer supplies the following information and advice: when kept unopened in a cool, dry location such as a refrigerator at a temperature of about 55 °F (13 °C), the shelf life of cyanoacrylate will be extended from about one year from manufacture to at least 15 months. If the adhesive is to be used within six months, it is not necessary to refrigerate it. Cyanoacrylates are moisture-sensitive, and moving from a cool to a hot location will create condensation; after removing from the refrigerator, it is best to let the adhesive reach room temperature before opening. After opening, it should be used within 30 days. Open containers should not be refrigerated. Another manufacturer says that the maximum shelf life of 12 months is obtained for some of their cyanoacrylates if the original containers are stored at 35 to 40 °F (2 to 4 °C). User forums and some manufacturers say that an almost unlimited shelf life is attainable by storing unopened at −20 °C (−4 °F), the typical temperature of a domestic freezer, and allowing to reach room temperature before use. (Rechilling an opened container is not advisable as it will cause moisture from the air to condense in the container, causing deterioration.)
As cyanoacrylates age they polymerize, become thicker, and cure more slowly. They can be thinned with a cyanoacrylate of the same chemical composition with lower viscosity.
In a past life I had to deal with CA alot on a project and this seems to match up what the different manufactures I dealt with said.
The interesting thing is to let the glue warm up after the frig so you don't get condensation. I knew they used moisture to cure but didn't think about condensation.