This walk-through will show you
How to get Ropsten ETH so you can transact on Ropsten
How to use the Aave Faucet to get USDT
How to interact with the mStable dApp to get to know the protocol
You can read more about mStable in the Getting Started Section
mStable is deployed on Ropsten and using Ropsten is recommended for experimenting with the protocol.
It is recommended that you have MetaMask setup with some test Ethereum accounts.
You can request Ropsten ETH from the MetaMask Faucet. If you are using MetaMask ensure that you have selected the Ropsten network.
After a while you should the transaction will be confirmed and you will see that you have some ETH.
To interact with mUSD you will need one or more of the following Stablecoins.
The mStable protocol on Ropsten uses the following pegged assets.
0xb5e5d0f8c0cba267cd3d7035d6adc8eba7df7cdd (Old Compound)
0x8a9447df1fb47209d36204e6d56767a33bf20f9f (Old Compound)
0xa2ea00df6d8594dbc76b79befe22db9043b8896f (Current Aave)
0xB404c51BBC10dcBE948077F18a4B8E553D160084 (Current Aave)
TUSD/USDT can be obtained from the Aave Faucet (pro tip: you can change the data sent in the faucet function to mint more than the default amount). Compounds Faucet is a bit tricky, which is why an old deployment is used that had sufficient liquidity. If you wish to get DAI/USDC it would be better to first use the Aave faucet, or request
mUSD from the mStable team via Discord.
The Tether faucet is known to work so this is recommended. Request some USDT so that you can use the mStable protocol.