While there are fairly easy ways to get small amounts of testnet ETH (e.g., 1 ETH) through faucets. What would be the best way to get a larger amount of testnet ETH (10-1000) in a time-sensitive way?

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The Chainstack Faucet distributes test tokens for the major Ethereum networks and more.

You can get tokens for:

Feel free to reach out if you need a relatively high amount of test tokens; I'll try to find them!

Full disclosure: I'm a developer advocate at Chainstack and worked on this faucet.


There is no way to get a large amount of ether from faucets. I usually get max of 5 ether at once.

  • This is the context of the question: "While there are fairly easy ways to get small amounts of testnet ETH (e.g., 1 ETH) through faucets..." Just to clarify, I'm not asking how to get ETH from faucets, I'm asking what's the best way to get a large number of testnet eth quickly.
    – Peteris
    Jul 22, 2021 at 12:54

I think the best way is to select the third option on the Give me Ether drop down button at https://faucet.rinkeby.io/, which gives you 18.75 Ethers. Though, you'll have to wait for maximum of 3 days.

  • Hi Jemil, appreciate this, but unfortunately it is still a faucet based answer I'm afraid. Rinkeby has the most generous faucet by far.
    – Peteris
    Aug 6, 2021 at 10:48
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    I see what you mean. You are right, Rinkeby has the most the most generous, they gave me the 18,75 Ethers within few hours yesterday. Aug 7, 2021 at 21:39

https://faucets.chain.link/ You can get 0.1 eth every 24 hours


There's this page I found https://www.ropsten.money/l/ropsten where you can buy 10 rETH on ropsten for around 6$. There might be similar pages to this for other networks.

I haven't used the page yet, so I would suggest that you make your own research on its legitimacy.

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