On demand development and testing networks powered by Tenderly DevNets
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Why use Tenderly DevNets?
Tenderly DevNets are an on-demand managed development and testing environment for dapps. When you spawn a devnet on any of the 25+ Tenderly-supported networks, you get a copy of the latest state of that network and 10 accounts, each topped up with 100 test ETH.
Check out the documentation to learn more about what you can do with DevNets.
Can I still use the Faucet with Tenderly Forks?
Absolutely! Just paste the Fork RPC link and manage your accounts' balances.
What is the Tenderly Faucet?
Tenderly Faucet is an ultra-fast, zero-wait faucet for topping up balances on any address (EOA).
No mining. No queuing. No waiting. No throttling!
How often can I top up balances?
No limits - as many times as you want or need to!
How do I use the Tenderly Faucet?
To use the Tenderly Faucet, you first have to create a Tenderly DevNet.
Step 0: Create an account on Tenderly if you don't have one already.
Step 1: Create a devnet by opening the
Tenderly Dashboard, navigating to
DevNets, and hitting
Create Template. Fill in the details and click Create.
On the following screen click Spawn DevNet.
Click Copy RPC Link to get access to And within seconds, you'll get your on-demand test network! 🎉
Step 2: Paste the RPC link into the Tenderly DevNet RPC here on the Tenderly Faucet. The unlocked accounts will show up immediately! You can use these accounts to test your dapp, or use any other address.
Step 3: Paste any address in the Address field, amount in wei and either Top Up Balance or Set Balance for that address.
Step 4: Add any address to Additional Accounts to check their balance.
Does the Tenderly Faucet work only on testnets?
No! You can use the Tenderly Faucet on any of the 25+ Tenderly-supported networks, including the Mainnet(s) and testnets.
- RSK Testnet
- BSC Testnet
- Gnosis Chain
- Polygon Mumbai
- Optimistic Ethereum
- Optimistic Kovan
- Avalanche C-Chain
- Avalanche C-Chain Fuji
- Fantom Testnet
- Arbitrum Testnet