Requesting Tokens from Saga Faucet

You will need upsaga tokens in order to launch chainlets using the sagacli application. To request upsaga tokens to be deposited in your wallet, you will also need a passphrase.
Note that the passphrase for requesting funds from the Saga Faucet is a single use passphrase. You will receive an error if you try to re-use the same passphrase.
Once you have a passphrase, you can request upsaga tokens to be deposited into your wallet.

Using Saga Web App

Saga Web App is now online at
You will need a wallet, such as Keplr, that supports Cosmos SDK based blockchains If this is your first time using Keplr Wallet, follow this tutorial to install and start using it.
Once you have a passphrase and have connected your Keplr wallet, simply head on over to the Saga Web App and click on Get Tokens! which is towards the top right of the page.
This will open up the wallet information and you can simply provide the passphrase and click Request PSAGA Tokens

Using sagacli

To deposit funds into your default account, use the following command.
sagacli account get-tokens <faucet airdrop key>
Success! Faucet funded wallet saga1rdssl22ysxyendrkh2exw8xc7hvj8d2ju346g1. Tx: 73AC089495855F84FA29938332FBB712C358D380E0FADF6CEB8FAC2B5ECC6828
Each request for funds from the Saga Faucet deposits 350,000,000 upsaga (350 PSAGA) tokens into your account.
If you would like to request funds from the Saga Faucet and deposit them to a different account, simply pass the --address flag to the get-tokens command:
sagacli account get-tokens <passphrase> --address saga14hyhswxf0shnpzup406yvjejmfsrjnvzq897re
Once you have successfully requested funds from the Saga Faucet, you can check your account balance to confirm you have the requested funds.
For additional help on requesting funds from the Saga Faucet, type
sagacli account get-tokens --help