How does this work?
This W3Q faucet is running on the Web3Q Galileo Chain network. To prevent malicious actors from exhausting all available funds or accumulating enough W3Q to mount long running spam attacks, requests are tied to common 3rd party social network accounts. Anyone having a Twitter or Facebook account may request funds within the permitted limits.
- To request funds via Twitter, make a tweet with your Web3Q address pasted into the contents (surrounding text doesn't matter).
Copy-paste the tweets URL into the above input box and fire away!
- To request funds via Facebook, publish a new public post with your Web3Q address embedded into the content (surrounding text doesn't matter).
Copy-paste the posts URL into the above input box and fire away!
- To request funds without authentication, simply copy-paste your Web3Q address into the above input box (surrounding text doesn't matter) and fire away.
Your address need to have at least 0.1 ETH in Ethereum mainnet.
You can track the current pending requests below the input field to see how much you have to wait until your turn comes.