The faucet is a means of providing test tokens to users so that they can run their smart contracts on the KEVM and IELE testnets.
By using the faucet, users can request test tokens that are automatically supplied to them without needing assistance from developers. Disclaimer: Please do not try to use real cryptocurrency on the testnets. You should take care to ensure that you only use test tokens when running your smart contracts, and these are obtained through the faucet. Instructions on how to receive test tokens are below.
You access the testnet faucet using a URL. The address within the URL is the address where you want to receive the funds. This is a simple HTTP post endpoint.
To access the faucet, perform the following steps:
The following outcomes are possible:
There is a configurable limit on the rate of requests from a single IP address. This limit is defined by the min-request-interval field in the
faucet.conf file. It should be set to a minute, (one request from a given IP address per minute).