In light of the upcoming token migration we prepared a few best practices on how to safely manoeuvre through Cryptoland and avoid social engineering attacks and phishing attempts.
Get yourself some tokens from our faucet and try yourself how feeless transactions feel with IOTA’s new wallet, the reusable address scheme and blazingly fast transactions before the network update.
The beta version of our new Firefly wallet has been released for you to try out before the network and token migration.
The starting date of the Chrysalis network upgrade has been set to Wednesday, April 21st 2021 and a transition date of April 28th 2021.
Chrysalis will change all of the developer tools and node software in the IOTA ecosystem. You can find the documentation for Chrysalis at https://chrysalis.docs.iota.org
IOTA tokens can be migrated either before or after the Chrysalis update. We published a blog post providing further details on that process and the two options to migrate tokens using the upcoming Firefly wallet.
After finishing our internal security review, Firefly has been handed over for a formal external audit. We expect the process to take approx. 2 weeks, plus some days to apply remediations. We’ll release the full report afterwards.
Chrysalis is the most extensive update in IOTA’s history, touching all aspects of the protocol, libraries, wallets and software implementations. On this page you will find all the steps of the coming migration period as well as any resources related to Chrysalis, as we are publishing them. Stay tuned!