Mumbai Faucet

KelVPN is a cross-platform decentralized VPN that ports popular Web2 premium features into a Web3 breed of network security.Users can run KelVPN nodes to earn the $KEL token as well as add bandwidth andstability to the private network.The $KEL token’s utility is mainly to incentivize node runners, but traders cantake advantage of its tokenomics for profit on DEX platforms.

Optimism ETH Faucet

Developed by Perpetual Protocol, a dApp built on the Optimism network, the Optimism ETH faucet helps users get started using Optimism with just onetransaction. Any user who bridges 1,500 USDC tokens using the faucet will beinstantly given 0.002 oETH, which will allow them to pay gas fees on the Optimism layer 2 network. This tool is intended to give DeFi users everything they need to start tradingwith leverage on the Perpetual Protocol, or any other Optimsim-based dApps.

Goerli Faucet

The Goerli Faucet is an Ethereum testnet faucet that provides free test ETH without requiring authentication. Developers can use the Goerli Faucet to request up to 0.05 test ETH every 24 hours. These tokens are used by developers to test their DApps through test transactions and smart contract deployment.

Rinkeby Authenticated Faucet

Launched in 2017 by the Ethereum team, Rinkeby Faucet allows anyone to claim free Ether on Rinkeby Testnet. The faucet was developed for educational and testing purposes, enabling easy network onboarding and smart contract testing.Users can request Ether by making a Twitter or Facebook post with their Ethereum Address and pasting the post URL into the faucet. Requests are tied to socialmedia accounts to prevent malicious actors from accumulating too much Ether.Users can request 3 to 18.75 Ethers for a period from 8 hours to 3 days.

Paradigm Faucet

One of the most comprehensive faucets in the industry, the Paradigm Faucet Provides developers with ETH, wETH, DAI and NFTs across a variety of differenttesting networks. Offering one claim every 24 hours, the Paradigm Faucetservices the Goerli, Optimism Goerli, Polygon Mumbai, Arbitrum Rinkeby andMoonbase Alpha (Moonbeam) testnets.In order to collect tokens from the Paradigm Faucet, users must connect a onemonth old twitter account. This measure was implemented to discourage bottersfrom draining the faucet. The multitude of integrated networks allows developersgreater flexibility when testing contracts for EVM blockchains like Polygon,Optimism, Arbitrum and Moonbeam.

Optimism Goerli Faucet

Launched by Tony Kogias in early 2022, the Optimism Goerli Faucet is a free tool that provides developers with ETH and DAI on the Optimism Goerli Testnet. This Allows developers to accurately test with dApps and tools in an environment where on-chain transactions will not cost any tangible value.In order to use the faucet, users must connect a one month old Github account.This measure prevents bots from farming testnet assets. Every withdrawal givesthe user 0.2 ETH and 100 DAI on the Optimism Goerli Testnet.

Sol Faucet

Created by Ryan Endacott, the Solana Faucet is a simple tool that allows Solana Developers to instantly receive SOL tokens on both the Solana Testnet and Devnet. With the click of a button, users can airdrop themselves an infinite amount of Testnet SOL tokens for free. These Testnet tokens can be used to interact with dApps on the Solana Testnet, or test smart contracts written for the Solana ecosystem without risking the potential loss of any real value.

Matic Supply

Matic Supply is a free Polygon Faucet which aims to make Polygon onboarding smoother. With Matic Supply, you can receive about 0.005 MATIC which enables you to start making transactions on the network. Currently, you can use the faucet up to 3 times a day.

Polygon Faucet

Launched in 2021 by one of Ethereum’s main scaling solutions Polygon, Polygon Faucet is a tool that provides test MATIC tokens for testing and development on Polygon testnets such as Mumbai, Goerli, Avail Devnet and Avail Testnet. Polygon Faucet enables developers to evaluate their application’s performance in a controlled environment without spending real money. It’s a great opportunity to spot and fix issues before an application becomes available to the public and enhance understanding of how the Polygon network works.