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I want to create my own coin but I want to experiment first. I'm trying to deploy in the Eth wallet. All the websites to get Ropsten eth are down.How can I try making a coin without spending any money? Or do I need to? Is there a better way to deploy? I understand the code for the most part but I'd like to know how to run it and try things.

Ropsten address 0x56212F540b4a1057cEBD6d10EE66D56a527CfCA2

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Building your own token should be done locally first, on a simulated blockchain like Ganache, or through a process such as this one demoed with the Embark framework. You typically go to a "live testnet" like Ropsten, Rinkeby etc. only once you're happy with how things work locally on your own machine.

As far as Ropsten ether goes, though, this faucet works well: https://faucet.ropsten.be/ and this one: https://faucet.metamask.io/ - both will give you some REth to play with.

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You can load 1 Ether into a wallet at https://faucet.ropsten.be/.

It is restricted to one wallet per IP per day.

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  • it has errors on site Feb 4, 2022 at 19:53
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Ethereum Ropsten testnet faucet.

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FYI Testnets Ropsten, Rinkeby and Kovan have been deprecated. Goerli is the only Ethereum testnet running b/c of the recent Ethereum Merge.

If you need any free Goerli testETH, this is one of the most-used faucets by web3 devs - https://goerlifaucet.com.

I can reliably get more Goerli testETH every day, which is usually enough for all my basic testnet needs.

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