[VIDEO] How to access your non-transferable ERC-20 AE token on aeternity Mainnet (LIMA)

I also can’t access migrate.aeternity.com. Is there a plan to restore the site?

@martingrigorov.chain any ideas why migrate.aeternity.com is down?

What is minimally needed to run the migration locally?

  1. I ran the LimeChain/aepp-token-migration part and got the JSON which should be sent to POST /migrate.
  2. But not sure what is needed to run https://github.com/LimeChain/aepp-token-migration-backend
  3. What is the smart_contract_address that should go to .env of the backend?
  4. What and where is the BACKUP_FILE that should be preloaded into postgres?
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@aelex who can check on this? @milenradkov.chain?

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Hi,
I’m one of big AE holder .
Please help me migrate. the migrate site is down
I intend to hold it for long time.
Now I can’t move it

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Hey guys, following up here with a bit more detailed info on why Migration contracts don’t work anymore.

I did host a migration website on the servers and try to give users the service and after trying several transactions by aeternity user Boris On telegram (Which helped me test the migration website) I found that after 2 SEP 2019 migration contracts will not be able to transfer and any token send to those contracts will be burnt, So I have to take it down.

Find more detail in the group chat where i have posted the info regarding this. https://t.me/aeternity/235646
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As long as I know this is address of contract and it was working until end of November 2020.
Am I wrong?
however migration website is down and we are still waiting for that to return

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We already tried to perform migration on live website. It didn’t worked because it uses https://etherscan.io/address/0x5CA9a71B1d01849C0a95490Cc00559717fCF0D1d

as contract address and the transfers are now prohibited on this/from this since 2 years already.
By that I meant, ERC20 (from eth chain) to AE (on aeternity chain).

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Thank you for your effort
I think that is old contract address and it was for first phase of migration.
As much as I understood this process is not working with ETH anymore. This is inside AE .

I mean we have addresses in new AE contract . actually ETH addresses with frozen coins . contract knows which ETH address has frozen coins and how much.
So frozen coin can born again in a new AE address.

If you check this topic you can see many people get their coins successfully even in October 2020.

unfortunately me and many others still have frozen coins. and I don’t have enough knowledge to do this on my computer.

If you want to help more please check here

and here

Thank you

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Hi there,

Me and 5 friends are also all still holding quite a lot of AE ERC20 tokens which we unfortunately missed to migrate back in the day. It would be amazing if you could revive the migrate.aeternity.com website such that we don’t loose all these tokens. Seems like this still affects quite a lot of people (judging from the Telegram channel).

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I am also concerned, for a solution I would be grateful