Connecting to the SatoshiChain Testnet

2 min readJan 30, 2023


SatoshiChain has successfully completed its latest Omega Testnet update. This update brings enhanced security, stability and performance to the testnet environment, making it easier for developers to build and test decentralized applications. In this article, we will guide you through the process of connecting to the SatoshiChain Testnet and accessing the testnet faucet to get test tokens. Whether you're a seasoned blockchain developer or just starting out, read on to learn how to start building on SatoshiChain.

Step 1: Installing Metamask

Metamask is a popular browser extension that enables you to interact with EVM-based networks. To install Metamask, follow these steps:

  • Go to the Metamask website (
  • Click the "Get Metamask for [Your Browser]" button
  • Install the extension in your browser.
  • Create a new wallet or import an existing one
  • Secure it with a strong password and backup seed phrase. (Never give your seed phrase to anyone for any reason)

Step 2: Connecting to the SatoshiChain Testnet

Once you have installed Metamask, you can connect to the SatoshiChain Testnet. To do this, follow these steps:

  • Open Metamask
  • Click on the three dots in the upper right corner
  • Click on "Custom RPC".
  • Fill in the details for the SatoshiChain Testnet as follows:

Network Name: SatoshiChain Testnet
Chain ID: 5758
Symbol: SATS
Block Explorer URL:

Click "Save" to connect to the testnet.

Step 3: Getting Test Tokens from the Faucet

To get test tokens for the SatoshiChain Testnet, you can use the faucet website.

  • Go to the faucet website (
  • Enter your wallet address
  • Enter the Recaptcha
  • Click "Request" to get test tokens
  • Wait a few minutes for the tokens to appear in your Metamask wallet

With these steps, you can easily connect to the SatoshiChain Testnet and get test tokens to start building and testing your applications. The SatoshiChain team is committed to providing a secure and stable environment for developers to build decentralized applications, and the Omega Testnet is an important step in this direction.

By following the steps outlined in this article, you can easily connect to the testnet using Metamask and access the faucet to get test tokens.

For further information and discussion with the community, please check out our website at

Christopher Kuntz - Co-founder of SatoshiChain




SatoshiChain is an EVM-compatible blockchain that aims to complement the original Bitcoin cryptocurrency.