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Network Faucet

Obtain testnet $MNT to get started

Testnet Faucets

$MNT Faucet

Before moving forward please make sure your wallet has sufficient $gETH (Goerli ETH) to be used as gas for minting Goerli $MNT.
Mantle Faucet is a simple faucet for Mantle testnet that drips $MNT. It requires the following steps:
  1. 1.
    Authenticate with Twitter
  2. 2.
    Enter your wallet address
You will automatically be sent $MNT to your wallet on testnet.
Make sure you import the $MNT token to your wallet using the contract address 0xc1dC2d65A2243c22344E725677A3E3BEBD26E604

$gETH Faucet

You can get $gETH (Goerli ETH) from any of the following faucets:
Once you have some $gETH, you can use the Mantle bridge to transfer it to Mantle Goerli testnet.

Mint Test $MNT on Etherscan

Make sure your wallet has enough $gETH to perform the mint action before moving forward.
  1. 1.
    First, you'll need to look up the test $MNT contract on Etherscan and navigate to the
    section under the
    tab. You can follow this link to get there directly:
  1. 2.
    Next, switch your wallet network to Goerli, and import (if you haven't already) the $MNT token using this contract address: 0xc1dC2d65A2243c22344E725677A3E3BEBD26E604
  2. 3.
    Now connect your wallet to Etherscan using the
  3. 4.
    Find and click on the mint() function in the list on the Etherscan page. It's on no.9.
  1. 5.
    Click on the
    button next to the function name to input a value. The mint amount needs to be entered in wei units, so 1 $MNT token is represented as 10^18. Select 10^18 from the drop-down list, and click on the
    button. That'll automatically enter 10^18 (1 followed by 18 zeroes) in the amount field.
  1. 6.
    Now you can add a few zeroes at the back for a higher amount. For example, add three zeroes at the back to mint 1000 $MNT, and so on.
  1. 7.
    Finally, click on the
    button to send a transaction. Confirm the action in your wallet, and after a few seconds your $MNT will show up there.