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Is migration from Trinity to Firefly still possible?

Because of the pandemic, iota was not high priority. Missed the seed migration period. We have firefly. We have Iota on Trinity still Now, what can we do?
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Are there any public IOTA.AS nodes?

The latest blogpost about IOTA.AS did not make anything much clearer. It suggests to ask on Discord, but searching for "IOTA AS" on discord is not very fruitful (Discord seems to search for ...
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The generate_address() returns a unique address?

I was wondering if it's possible in my app where i have registered users, to provide a new wallet address for them to transfer funds while making sure that address is unique to the user i gave the ...
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Migrating security_level=3 addresses to Chrysalis (at given index)

A couple of years ago I used the Iota Python SDK in order to generate some addresses. api = Iota(uri, seed) api_response = api.get_new_addresses(index=index, count=30, security_level=3) From there I ...
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How to get `INDEX UTF8` and `DATA UTF8` message data by using MESSAGE ID (Chrysalis Testnet - Rust)

I used the code from iotaledger/ to send a message to the Chrysalis testnet: use iota::Client; #[tokio::main] async fn main() { // Create a client instance let iota = ...
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Error on "cargo run --example address" (Chrysalis Documentation - Rust)

I downloaded the github repository iotaledger/ to my PC and run cargo run --example address according to the instructions on the IOTA Client Library website and the following error occured : ...
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IOTA Chrysalis Client library Rust example error

When I try cargo build the Rust example posted on the IOTA Chrysalis documentation website Getting Started with Rust use iota::Client; #[tokio::main] async fn main() { let iota = Client::builder()...