I have to test out the functionality of auto reinvest in my smart contract in staking, therefore I need about 1000 Ethereum wallets to test out my code!

Please help me out here if there is any possible way!

  • wouldn't a fuzzy test work ?
    – Torof
    Aug 15, 2023 at 12:30
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    I presume you're in testnet (asking for 1.000 real ETH is a bit nonsense). You can publish your testnet address and ask for community members to donate from faucet. Or you can start a Ganache and give you all money you need.
    – Magno C
    Aug 15, 2023 at 16:43

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You can use hardhat local deployment for testing . Run npx hardhat node on your terminal and it will give you addresses and its private key

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