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Do you really need many MATIC tokens on testnet? Or do you just need something like a hard fork of the main net with all the contract and wallet addresses present there that you can run locally to then test your contracts with the scenarios you want? In a locally run fork of the mainnet you can assign yourself as many test MATIC tokens you need. There's a ...


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This faucet isnt working for like 2 years.Try to find a different faucet or i could send you if you need


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Testing blockchains were created for testing purposes so the coins are worthless by design. PoA networks like Rinkeby, Goerli, Kovan the funds were allocated to respectable members with the explicit purpose of giving away funds for other projects testing needs. PoW networks like Ropsten anyone can mine, some people will mine for they own projects (software ...


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Note: This StackExchange is focused on Ethereum and the question is BSC specific, therefore off-topic. Regarding your question: MetaMask uses information about the contracts and existing abis to decode the transaction data. If you deploy a new contract on a network that MetaMask does not support for transaction decoding you will see this message. Transaction ...


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My main argument would be something that Vitalik himself mentioned somewhere, which Nicholas answer didn't entirely touch upon: If everyone relies on the same third party node provider, then they hold the power to silently upgrade the entire network (say, adding a 10x boost for miners). Since everyone is relying on those few node providers, they won't have ...


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