On this page, you'll find information on the different testnet networks.

beta-4 testnet

The beta-4 network is the latest Fuel testnet. It builds on the foundation of beta-3, enhancing public P2P access, allowing parallel predicate execution, and introducing a newly redesigned bridging approach that ensures security for full rollups.

Read more about beta-4 here.

beta-3 testnet

The beta-3 network is the third Fuel testnet. It expands on the features of beta-2, introducing P2P networking and the ability to run synchronizing full nodes.

Read more about beta-3 here.

beta-2 testnet

The beta-2 network is the second Fuel testnet, launched with a bridge to Ethereum's Goerli test network. With this network, developers are able to build and test cross-chain dapps, laying the foundations for projects building on Fuel to tap into Ethereum's massive liquidity and existing user base.

Read more about beta-2 here.

beta-1 testnet

The beta-1 network is the first public Fuel testnet, shared by all developers and users that interact with it. Developers may deploy contracts to it at will—no permission or whitelisting required—and users may interact with deployed contracts as well.

Read more about beta-1 here.