Can I transfer testnet bitcoin/ether/litecoin to my real wallet?
No. A testnet is a test network to test new features or to test Dapps without spending real money. It is impossible to transfer testnet bitcoins/ethers/litecoins to your real wallet because they are two different networks. You can only transfer them to testnet wallets.
What can I do with testnet criptocurrency?
You can learn how to manage (send, receive) criptocurrency without loosing money or you can use it for your blockchain apps if you are a developer.
Can I buy or sell these testnet bitcoins/ethers/litecoins?
No, you can't. They have no market value. Would you sell Monopoly bills? Of course not! testnet cryptocurrencies are the same. If anyone is selling testnet crypto surely is a scam.
My address is not working. Are testnet addresses different than real ones?
Yes, in bitcoin a real address begins with "1" or "3", in testnet network an address begins with "m" or "2". In the case of Ethereum both addresses can be used, but you can't transfer ether from Rinkeby to the real network. The same for Eos, you can have a testnet account only in testnet and not in mainnet and viceversa.
Can the testnet bitcoin/ether/litecoin network be reset?
Yes, it could be and you could loose all your testnet bitcoins/ethers/litecoins, but no problem at all, because they don't have any value, and you will be able to claim more from the faucet.
Using a Memo in the transaction
You can inform a Memo in the transaction using the Memo field in the form (EOS, XRP)
The faucet's battery is empty
Every confirmed request reduces the battery power by a 2%.
The battery automatically recharges by a 4% every hour. There is also a weekly recharge.
Registered users that return back cryptocurrency, or use a THT token can recharge the faucet battery.
Any user can leave a tip (ETH, USDT) to recharge the battery too.