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I deployed a smartpy contract in florencenet via smartpy.io. The command sp.timestamp_from_utc_now() used inside the program seems to be not giving the current time. Instead it is giving the same time the contract is deployed. How do I get the current time/timestamp in smartpy?

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sp.timestamp_from_utc_now() is a helper function that only works at compilation time, meaning that it produces a constant and doesn't update at runtime.

timestamp_from_utc_now() should be moved to sp.utils soon, which should avoid confusion.

You want to use the instruction sp.now which gives the current block timestamp.

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    thanks a lot, @Rodrigo Quelhas. Your suggestion worked as per my requirement.
    – MrHumble
    Jul 23 at 14:19

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