You get 0.5 Mumbai MATIC every 24 hours by signing up to the Tatum Dashboard.
Copy the code, get your API key by signing up to the Tatum Dashboard, and run it for additional 0.05 MATIC.
Tatum SDK is open-source and gives you everything you need to build your Web3 application.
Tatum SDK allows you to quickly pull gas fees for your transactions. Try it with JS code now.
With the Tatum SDK monitoring even thousands of transactions via webhooks is easy.
There's a lot more that you can do with the Tatum SDK. Find the full list of methods in our documentation.
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You can request 0.5 Mumbai Matic every 24 hours.
Faucets offer developers testnet MATIC to evaluate and refine applications prior to launching on the mainnet. Unlike many faucets that require information or have you wait in line for tokens, Tatum's faucet has no information requests.
The Mumbai testnet is the testnet for the Polygon. Testnets, in the blockchain context, are environments that mirror the main network but use valueless tokens, allowing developers to test their applications, run experiments, or debug issues without incurring real costs or risks. MATIC, in this context, refers to the test tokens used on the Mumbai testnet. Developers can acquire these tokens from a faucet, and they're crucial for testing purposes on the network.
The time required for receiving your test tokens can change due to potential network congestion or possibly our set gas amount being slightly lower than other miner-preferred transactions. If you haven't received your testnet tokens after several hours, kindly reach on our Discord server.
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