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There are many test networks on Tezos.

What are the active and soon to be active public ones? How do we participate? Are there accessible public nodes?

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    The most up-to-date resource on test network should be in the developer documentation: tezos.gitlab.io/introduction/test_networks.html However, it doesn't answer all your questions so I'm leaving this as a comment in the hope that another user can provide more info. – arvidj Apr 21 at 13:46
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As commented above, https://tezos.gitlab.io/introduction/test_networks.html lists the current networks: mainnet, Edo2Net (mainnet test), Florencenet (next protocol, if it passes)

Every network is public and both test networks have free tokens from the faucet. You can participate by downloading/running the latest tezos software and using the --network flag to specify the network to which you want to connect.

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