Get test tokens for the Arbitrum Stylus Testnet through our Arbitrum Stylus Testnet Faucet! You can claim 0.025 Arbitrum Stylus ETH tokens each day with no registration required. Need more? Unlock extra test tokens through a simple tweet.
Enter your wallet address in the designated box below and hit the “Claim“ button. Once you've claimed the first distribution of tokens, you will be able to claim again by tweeting with our template and pasting the tweet's URL in the second box. Happy testing!
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What is a testnet faucet?
The testnet faucet is a powerful development tool that provides blockchain developers with a small daily test token distribution, enabling them to test and experiment with smart contracts on testnets, before deploying them to the mainnets. By entering their wallet address and initiating a claim, users can receive a small amount of tokens from the faucet every 24 hours.
What is the Arbitrum Stylus Testnet?
The Arbitrum Stylus Testnet is an exciting upgrade to Arbitrum Nitro, the technology behind Arbitrum One, Arbitrum Nova, and Arbitrum Orbit chains. This upgrade introduces a second virtual machine to the EVM, creating a coequal environment. The new EVM+ enhances the system by allowing smooth feature integration without affecting existing EVM contracts, ensuring compatibility across the Arbitrum ecosystem. With the utilization of WebAssembly smart contracts, individuals can now deploy programs written in popular programming languages like Rust, C, and C++ on Arbitrum. These programs can run alongside EVM programs and offer significant improvements in terms of speed, reduced fees, and seamless interoperability with the Ethereum Virtual Machine.
What are testnet tokens?
Testnet tokens are virtual tokens that are used on testnets, which are experimental blockchain networks. Testnet tokens allow developers to test new features and functionality before deploying them to the main blockchain. These tokens have no real-world value and cannot be used on the main blockchain.
How does this work on Blast?
Blast provides infrastructure support and development tools for a diverse range of over 60 blockchain networks. To facilitate seamless testing and development workflows, we have established strategic partnerships with key blockchain networks, enabling developers to receive a daily allocation of tokens for testing purposes. Find out more about Blast!
What is the daily total allocation?
The daily total allocation serves as a limit on the number of tokens that can be claimed by all users within a 24-hour period, and once that limit is reached, the faucet will stop dripping tokens. If the daily total allocation is filled, users will not be able to claim additional Arbitrum Stylus ETH tokens until the next 24-hour cycle begins.