I have gotten about 236 odd tokens from the faucet and now I am about to register to bake on my node. The problem is I can't seem to find any mention on the minimum number of tokens required to bake on Carthagenet. Is there a requirement such as 8000xtz on this network as well? If so how would I get enough to test out baking?

Thank you.

  • As Carthagenet runs the Cathage protocol, it should requires, at least, a roll of 8000Xtz to be able to bake. The documentation regarding protocols can be found here (for Athens): tezos.gitlab.io/protocols/004_Pt24m4xi.html
    – vect0r
    Jun 9 '20 at 7:04
  • Note that other constants of the protocol in test networks can differ.
    – vect0r
    Jun 9 '20 at 7:14
  • Thanks but how do I get 8000Xtz? The faucet only drips a tiny amount. Jun 10 '20 at 1:11
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    For test network, you should use faucet.tzalpha.net .Sometimes, the faucet is not very generous but you can as many faucet account as you want, and then, transfer the tokens on a single account. You can ask as many account as you want, but "please drink responsibly".
    – vect0r
    Jun 10 '20 at 8:55

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