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BeyondFaucet Blog: Other Testnet Faucets

A dive into the some of the other notable testnet faucets.

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Other Testnet Faucets

Welcome to the second blog post on the BeyondFaucet blog! In this post, we will explore some of the other faucets for Testnet coins. I’ll be covering faucets for the coins that are listed on our website and faucets for EVM-based coins like Ethereum, Polygon, and a few others.

Faucets, specifically those for the testnet play an important role in the crypto ecosystem as they allow developers and curious users to claim some testnet coins. This is important as they are not worth anything so users can test applications, explore the ecosystem, test smart contracts, and more without risking real funds by using mainnet coins. Testnet faucets are also crucial for the crypto ecosystem for those that need access to testnet coins as they can be very scarce due to people mining most of them in the past and either forgetting their keys to their wallet or are holding them for some reason making a lot of the testnet coins lost forever. This makes testnet coins extremely hard to come by especially for the Bitcoin testnet and the testnets for coins don’t really reset as there are many services which use the testnet and in Bitcoin’s case, their testnet has been around for many years and resetting it would cause compatibility issues for many applications that use it. That is also why faucets like ours are so important for the ecosystem as we provide a platform for people to send their unused testnet coins to so that other people may use them to keep the testnet alive and readily accessible for developers and those that want to learn more about different cryptos without risking real funds.

In the following sections, we will dive into some of the other testnet faucets including faucets that support the coins listed on our website and others such as faucets for the different testnets of Ethereum as they are useful for smart contract developers to test their decentralized applications (dapps).


Bitcoin Testnet Bitcoin Testnet (tBTC) Faucets

In this section we will list some of the other notable testnet faucets which give testnet Bitcoin (tBTC).


Litecoin Testnet Litecoin Testnet (tLTC) Faucets

In this section we will list some of the other notable testnet faucets which give testnet Litecoin (tLTC).


Dogecoin Testnet Dogecoin Testnet (tDOGE) Faucets

In this section we will list some of the other notable testnet faucets which give testnet Dogecoin (tDOGE).


Groestlcoin Testnet Groestlcoin Testnet (tGRS) Faucets

In this section we will list some of the other notable testnet faucets which give testnet Groestlcoin (tGRS).


Bitcoin Cash Testnet Bitcoin Cash Testnet3 (tBCH3) Faucets

In this section we will list some of the other notable testnet faucets which give testnet3 Bitcoin Cash (tBCH).


Bitcoin Cash Testnet Bitcoin Cash Testnet4 (tBCH4) Faucets

In this section we will list some of the other notable testnet faucets which give testnet4 Bitcoin Cash (tBCH).


Ethereum Testnet Ethereum Testnet Faucets

In this section we will list some notable testnet faucets for the Ethereum testnets.


BNB Testnet Binance Smart Chain Testnet Faucets

In this section we will list some notable testnet faucets for the Binance Smart Chain testnet.


Polygon Testnet Polygon Testnet Faucets

In this section we will list some notable testnet faucets for the Polygon testnet.

Conclusion

I hope you found this post to be useful with listing some of the other testnet faucets available. As always, remember to have a secure place to store your coins. If we forgot any faucets, please feel free to contact me using the contact form available here.

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