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What is ZETA?

ZETA is used to transact data and value across chains. For ZetaChain's Athens network, they both use the same ZETA that lives on connected testnet networks. With ZetaChain's Mainnet launch, ZETA will be traded and transacted across all connected chains.

You can view the addresses on respective chains here. Check out the Connector docs for information on how to send ZETA as well as any data or value via ZetaChain.

How to get Testnet ZETA

In our Discord you can acquire ZETA via the #zeta-faucet channel. To get some ZETA, use the command zeta faucet drip [address] in #zeta-faucet, replacing [address] with your EVM-compatible address. As we add support for additional chains, we'll allow you to get ZETA for various other networks and addresses. The faucet will also drip some native gas assets so you can get started transacting immediately!

After requesting ZETA from the bot, you will receive ZETA on each connected chain. Right now, these networks are: Goerli, Polygon Mumbai, and BSC Testnet. With this ZETA in your wallets, you have all you need to start building on ZetaChain! Get started here.

Zeta Discord Bot

For reference, the zeta command bot has the following in the #zeta-faucet channel.

zeta help - list available commands
zeta txstatus [send tx hash] - get the status of a transaction
zeta faucet drip [address] - request a ZETA drip
zeta faucet queuesize - get the current ZETA faucet queue size

Getting Additional Testnet Gas Assets

If you need more gas assets for the respective testnet networks to transact with, you can try the following faucets: