Is electrolysis of molten silver nitrate possible? [duplicate]

Since the salt is molten, the only ions are $$\ce{Ag+}$$ and $$\ce{NO3-}$$, and both of them can only do a reduction reaction. Who goes to the anode? Also, there is no acid in the solution — only the salt — therefore the following reaction cannot occur, right?

$$\ce{ NO3- + 4H+ + 3e- -> NO + H2O}$$

So, what happens? The only possible reaction is the reduction of the $$\ce{Ag+}$$ to $$\ce{Ag (s)}$$. There is literally nothing else.