Polygon Mumbai Faucet

Daily token allocation:100
Tokens claimed:4.525
Tokens left:95.475

Get test tokens for Polygon Mumbai Testnet through our Polygon Mumbai Faucet! You can claim 0.025 test MATIC tokens each day with no registration required. Need more? Unlock extra test tokens through a simple tweet.

How to claim your test MATIC tokens daily

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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FAQ

What is the Polygon Mumbai Faucet?

The Polygon faucet is an indispensable tool for Polygon developers who seek to thoroughly evaluate and debug their dApps or protocols prior to deployment on the Polygon mainnet, where real MATIC tokens are required. By entering their wallet address and initiating a claim, users can receive a small amount of MATIC test tokens from the faucet every 24 hours.

What is the Polygon Mumbai Testnet?

The Mumbai testnet serves as the testing environment for the Polygon network, mirroring its mainnet capabilities. Mumbai utilizes the proof-of-stake (PoS) consensus model for achieving consensus on the blockchain's state. Maintaining the attributes of Polygon, Mumbai delivers high transaction speeds and minimal fees, all while taking advantage of Ethereum's secure framework. Additionally, since Polygon is Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) compatible, the Mumbai testnet offers a convenient solution for developers looking to transition their dApps from Ethereum's main chain. This enables them to conduct tests on Polygon before deploying them to mainnet.

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 MATIC test tokens until the next 24-hour cycle begins.

Why is the faucet not working?

The faucet might not be available temporarily, either due to maintenance work or lack of funds. If you checked and your wallet address is correct, please try again later. If the problem persists, contact us on Discord or through the Contact form.

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