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The generate_address() returns a unique address?

I think the generate_address() function will generate a new address everytime is called. You could also evaluate creating a unique account for each user depending on your use case.
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Is migration from Trinity to Firefly still possible?

You did not miss anything. You can still migrate. https://blog.iota.org/firefly-token-migration/
M K's user avatar
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3 votes
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IOTA Chrysalis Client library Rust example error

For this example you also have to add tokio = { version = "1.1", features = ["full"] } to your Cargo.toml like here https://github.com/iotaledger/iota.rs/blob/dev/examples/Cargo....
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2 votes
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Are there any public IOTA.AS nodes?

so far no one asked to peer with any of the IF nodes. Right now there are three nodes + coordinator node running. From my personal knowledge there are no public nodes for IOTA AS. The details to setup ...
Antonio Nardella's user avatar
1 vote
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Is it possible to use iota.rs libraries for both Shimmer and IOTA Chrysalis in the same Python app? and in a Docker container?

That is only possible by building iota.rs from source. In bindings/python/native/Cargo.toml change both names: [package] - name = "iota-client-python" + name = "iota-client-production&...
Antonio Nardella's user avatar
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Is migration from Trinity to Firefly still possible?

Calm down and don't over-react. Everything is fine. As MK pointed out: if you had your tokens on Trinity, you did not miss out. The migration period to Firefly is still open, and you are not alone - ...
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Migrating security_level=3 addresses to Chrysalis (at given index)

I am bundling the information I have seen on Discord: Firefly only supports security level 2, so you have to send the funds to an address with security level 2 first and then do the migration with ...
Antonio Nardella's user avatar
1 vote

How to get `INDEX UTF8` and `DATA UTF8` message data by using MESSAGE ID (Chrysalis Testnet - Rust)

iota.get_message().metadata(&message_id) consumes the GET /api/v1/messages/{messageID}/metadata endpoint, which does not provide the actual message contents. To get the message contents, you have ...
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