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What happen with the tAda not returned to the testnet faucet?

There's no harm in holding small amounts of Ada in wallets for personal usage. If you're not going to play on the testnet anymore we ask you to return funds to the faucet. A few thousand isn't going ...
Samuel Leathers's user avatar
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Command to transfer funds Faucet

You can visit https://testnets.cardano.org/en/testnets/cardano/tools/faucet/ and enter your wallet address. The faucet gives 1000 tADA per day
raghu's user avatar
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Not Able to watch my Cardano faucets when i query the node

First, in order to be able to query your address after you just used the faucet, the node must be in sync (100%). The version 1.35.4 is correct, it is the only one that will sync your node to 100%. ...
George - APEX Stake Pool's user avatar
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What happen with the tAda not returned to the testnet faucet?

My guess is that the tADA will remain in test wallets and the faucet will eventually run out. Projects that are testing and accumulating a lot of tADA (eg a DEX) should send it back once they have ...
MC_Brisbane - JUST Pool's user avatar
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How to get tAda?

It works fine. Just the API on the wallet is responding really slowly because the tx history has ballooned recently. We'll fix this when we get a chance but ignore the server error for now. I've ...
Samuel Leathers's user avatar
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Is the KEVM Testnet Faucet working as described in this Document?

if you're migrating from the Ethereum L1/ecosystem into the Cardano ecosystem with an EVM-dependent project then Milkomeda is currently the go-to EVM-compatible extension of Cardano. It's presently ...
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