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Sorry if this question sounds like very newbie (and maybe it is. I'm developing a Smart Contract which needs a random number generation, and after researching some time it seems that ChainLink VRF function is the best option now, because of the problems of RNG on chain.

To execute VRF Smart Contract you need to fund the Smart Contract, in order to get random numbers.

The problem is that I want to test with faucet LINK tokens, and Chainlink has a website working as a faucet for Ropsten.

When I ask to test tokens, a green message is displayed with confirmation and transaction hash.

But when I try to see the transaction in Etherscan, that transaction does not exist.

Is there any other option to get test LINK tokens? Or another production acceptable RNG method?

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  • Could you try Kovan or Rinkeby? Ropsten has been having a lot of issues. Dec 28 '20 at 23:58
  • Yes sure, I tried with Kovan and worked. I wanted to use Ropsten because I deploy all my test SC there.
    – AlexAcc
    Dec 29 '20 at 10:16

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