An overview guide describing how to obtain Rinkeby test tokens and participate in the Teller Protocol's testnet
Developers are able to leverage the Teller protocol to build their own innovative DeFi products. The protocol is designed in a way that is feature-rich enough to power large-scale applications, yet simple enough for a weekend hack.
The easiest way to test out the Teller platform and play around with it is to first obtain test USDC, ETH, or DAI tokens through either a ‘faucet’ website or the Compound app. This can be done on Rinkeby, allowing users to access our testnet.
Go to your preferred social media platform (e.g. Twitter), and create a public tweet or post with your Ethereum wallet address.
Open a new tab and go to https://faucet.rinkeby.io/, enter the link to your post and select the number of test Ethers you would like.
Prove that you are not a robot:
Once the transaction has been broadcasted and confirmed on the network, the test Ethers will appear in your wallet. Now we're ready to Compound that wealth!
USDC through Compound
To get some USDC on Rinkeby, we highly recommend you go to our friends over at Compound. Visit https://app.compound.finance/ and make sure to have your Metamask wallet selected to the Rinkeby network. We'll need that test ETH!
Select the USDC coin, click on the withdraw tab, and then the Faucet link at the bottom.
Holy gas fees Batman! Confirm the transaction and follow the transaction on Etherscan.
Once successful, click on the link to follow the transaction on Etherscan. After the transaction has been broadcasted. Go to the USDC contract link and copy the contract address.
Enter the copied address into your Metamask wallet as a custom token.