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My address shown in Firefly starts with atoi1 instead of iota1
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Make sure that you are not connected to the devnet, but to the main net. To change, open your account in Firefly, open "Network configuration" in advanced settings, and make sure that your ...

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How to get Firefly out of an exchange that has suspended withdrawals
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I have no experience with gate.io, but I would assume that they did not update their withdrawal logic for the changes in the Chrysalis update in April 2021. Firefly does not support other tokens, so ...

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Questions / confusing sentences in IOTA White Paper
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welcome to this site. First, the whitepaper of IOTA (the original one by Sergui Popov) is quite high level description of the tangle concept, unlike other white papers which more act like a technical ...

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Is migration from Trinity to Firefly still possible?
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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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Is/was it difficult to implement colored coins?
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It is not hard to implement colored coins. There are a few details you need to keep in mind, though: Remember for each UTXO which color it was for Make sure to verify that when a transaction ...

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Are there future plans for the legacy network?
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The legacy network will be kept alive at least until Coordicide, to make it possible for users to migrate their tokens. All the hardware Ledger users had no chance to migrate their tokens with a "...

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How is a Seed stored in an IOTA wallet?
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The seed is stored in your Stronghold backup encrypted by your Stronghold password. When you have a stronghold backup and your stronghold password, you can import the backup into a new stronghold ...

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Where can I find neighbours for testnet?
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You can visit https://nodesharing.wisewolf.de/, which can automatically assign you testnet or mainnet neighbours for the Chrysalis network (IOTA 1.5, as currently live).

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What is the limit of the database size given dust protection measures?
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Assuming an unrealistic worst case where every IOTA address would contain exactly 1'000'010i, split into on 1Mi dust allowance transaction and 10 1i dust transactions, and assuming that every output ...

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What is the difference between Pollen and Coordicide?
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Coordicide refers to a goal on the IOTA roadmap, namely to remove the coordinator and create a network that works safely and reliably without it. Pollen is the codename for the first phase of ...

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How will database sizes be managed with many data transactions occurring on the tangle?
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Transactions on the database of a normal node will be regularly pruned, which keeps your database small. Only transactions that are still needed, as well as unspent outputs are kept in the database ...

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How will the coordinator be removed with Nectar's implementation?
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It will depend on how the current testnet behaves. The testnet is there to learn about the current coordicide implementation and to detect whether there are any unnoticed flaws in its algorithms. If ...

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How to migrate second Seed or more to Firefly
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As firefly uses the BIP39 mnemonic phrases as "seed", there can be more than one wallet attached to (derived from) one mnemonic phrase. However, it is not supported to migrate an existing ...

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How to build SigLockedDustAllowanceOutput in iota client python?
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When you check the python reference instead of the specification reference (your link), you will see that message also takes dust_allowance_outputs in addition to outputs. Alternatively (this is the ...

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could reattaching a transaction lead to spending twice (not double spending)
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As Thoralf already answered, this cannot cause any double spending in the UTXO model, and it cannot cause double spending when you do not reuse addresses either. (When spending only half of the amount ...

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Chronicle Permanode - Unable to add MQTT peer
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I don't really have much experience in permanodes nowadays, but I would expect that you set up your own Hornet node first, and connect your permanode to its MQTT port instead of connecting it to some &...

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BadApiResponse: 403 response from node: {'error': 'command [attachToTangle] is protected'}
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The attachToTangle command is used to perform PoW for your transaction. For it to work for transactions received via the Internet (even from localhost), you need to enable remote PoW in your Hornet ...

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Is having hashes of document certificates in IOTA blockchain for tamper proof a good use case for IOTA?
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I don't think using the IOTA tangle for long-term storage is a good idea. (Note that IOTA does not use a blockchain). While there are permanodes who store data for a longer time (but may not provide ...

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Unable to read transaction from the Tangle
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The '@iota/extract-json' module provides a way to encode arbitrary JSON (of arbitrary length) into a IOTA bundle and decode it from there again. Decoding requires that the transactions have actually ...

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How to define depth in IOTA?
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Compass, IOTA's open source coordinator, uses a Merkle tree to overcome the limitation that every key can only be reused once. By building a tree of possible signatures, it can sign multiple times, ...

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How do transactions reference each other in the Tangle?
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Each transaction has two fields, trunk transaction hash and branch transaction hash, which refer to 2 other transactions (contain the hash of the entirety of these two transaction). When building ...

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What's the difference between getNewAddress and generateAddress?
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generateAddress is used to deterministically generate an address from the index (e.g. you want to have the fifth address from your seed). You will use it if you want to show a list of transactions ...

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What are the cryptographic functions in IOTA(Tangle)
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As the whole implementation uses ternary arithmetic, it uses ternary algorithms. For hashing there are three ternary algorithms in use or planned to be used: CURL-T (the original one) where ...

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Tangle explorer transaction value
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When you check the associated bundle, you will see that the bundle transfers the money from address ZJBSFPLRDZUUJKYMRQ9OYQ9NZTGYYWAYEVLYOUY9XQHWFESPRFDKJSEJKUSRLSXIZNGIZZBTWLZWIQXJD to the same ...

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Coordicide: Would using public key encryption as a mechanism for node identity impact Iota's quantum resistance?
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According to the document: In contrast to any data stored in the Tangle, the communication layer, therefore, does not necessarily require the use of post-quantum cryptography right now, ...

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how to trace the iota tip from the milestone transaction when there is no reference to the future transactions
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While the transaction representation does not (and can not) contain a reference to the child transactions, a IOTA node will store recent transactions it knows in a database and/or in RAM in a ...

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Does Broadcasting a Bundle on Both MainNet and TestNet Facilitate Brute Forcing the Seed?
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Your seed is never compromised by address reuse. The only thing that is compromised is the private key of one of your addresses. That's why the wallet moves remaining funds to a different/new address ...

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Does Iota share its consensus algorithm with google ai?
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I am pretty sure that the name is a coincidence. In general statistics, "Monte Carlo algorithm" refers to an algorithm that does not calculate an exact result, but performs several random simulations ...

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Transaction is inconsistent. Reason: tails are not consistent
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You should check if the transaction is promotable before trying to promote it. For that transaction, isPromotable will return false, since it approves one or more transactions that are inconsistent (...

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Is there a way to access a list of all bundles?
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When you are only interested in confirmed bundles, you can start with the latest confirmed milestone and follow trunk/branch transaction pointers (you will need some tree traversal strategy and ...

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