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I have been trying to addliquidity (Say DAI/WETH) on the Uniswap Rinkeby network to understand Uniswap better. I realized that it doesn't work well so I thought of deploying my contract on a forked mainnet and using the pools in there.

Now the question is, do I need real DAI and WETH tokens to test addLiquidity functionality?

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No, you dont need real DAI or any other token. You just need to fork and use any address that has enough tokens.

For example:

Get an address of account that has large amount of ether. Here is a list of holders of DAI token. Just pick one and use this address when creating transaction or deploying contract.

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