Atom Accelerator Race FAQs


Welcome to the Atom Accelerator Race FAQs! Here you’ll find answers to commonly asked questions about the Atom Accelerator Race, helping you navigate through the specifics of participation, key dates, system requirements, and more.

Q: What are the key dates for the Atom Accelerator Race?

A: The Atom Accelerator Race runs from April 29th to June 29th, 2024.

Q: Where can I find more information about the testnet and project updates?

A: For more information, updates, and official announcements about the testnet and project, please visit:

Atom Accelerator Race Page | Discord | Telegram | Twitter | Github | Website | Youtube | Lagrange Platform | Newsletter

Q: What is the Proxima Testnet?

A: The Proxima Testnet is the final testnet before the Swan Chain mainnet launch. The Atom Accelerator Race aims to stress test this network before launch.

Q: What are differences between Atom Accelerator Race campaigns and Saturn Testnet Incentive Programs?

A: The Atom Accelerator Race featured a Contribution Credit System, which quantifies and rewards active participation, benefiting top contributors in the ecosystem.

Our incentivized testing campaigns are organized into two major series:

  1. The first series, called the “Planet” series, centers around chain and testnet operations. This series operates on a token-based rewarding system. It includes testnets such as the Langrange Mars Testnet, Swan Jupiter Testnet, and Swan Saturn Testnet.
  2. The second series, known as the “Atom” series, emphasizes functionality and operates on a credit-based rewarding system. Within this series, the Proton testnet evaluates the file storage capabilities of storage providers, while the Electron testnet focuses on testing multichain storage functionality. Additionally, the upcoming Atom Accelerator Race will further showcase Swan’s computing capabilities.

Q: Which wallets are compatible with the Testnet?

A: Metamask will be compatible.

Q: How do I report feedback or issues?

A: For any issues or more instant assistance, feel free to open a ticket on our Discord server.

Q: Where can I find more information about the testnet and project updates?

A: For more information, updates, and official announcements about the testnet and project, please visit:

Q: What are Gas Fees and SwanETH?


  • Gas Fees: These are transaction fees used to pay for executing actions on the network. Fees vary based on the blockchain and complexity of the transaction. On Proxima Testnet, you’ll pay gas fees in SwanETH.
  • SwanETH: This is a testnet version of Ethereum used on Proxima Testnet. You can get it through the ⁠🚰・swan-faucet

Q: How can I set up MetaMask to join Atom Accelerator Race

A: Visit this docs:

Q: Where can I get Sepolia ETH tokens?

A: There are three main ways to get Sepolia ETH tokens:

  1. Quicknode Sepolia ETH Faucet: This faucet allows you to claim 0.05 Sepolia ETH once every 3 hours. You will need to connect your wallet to the platform to claim tokens.
  2. Pow Faucet: Just enter your ETH Address and start mining. When you’ve collected enough ETH, stop mining and claim your reward.
  3. Alchemy Sepolia Faucet: This faucet allows you to claim up to 0.5 Sepolia ETH every 24 hours. You will need to create an Alchemy account to use it.

Q: How do I claim Sepolia ETH tokens on Pow Faucet?


Q: How do I claim Sepolia ETH tokens on Alchemy?


Q: How do I claim Sepolia ETH tokens on Quicknode?


  • Visit the Quicknode Sepolia ETH Faucet:
  • Connect your wallet to the platform (e.g., MetaMask, Trust Wallet).
  • Confirm your wallet address and click “Claim” to receive 0.05 Sepolia ETH.

Q: I’m having trouble claiming tokens. What should I do?

A: If you’re having trouble claiming tokens, make sure you are using the correct Sepolia network and that your wallet is properly connected to the platform. You can also check the documentation for the specific faucet you are using for more troubleshooting tips.

  1. Claim SepoliaETH:
  2. Claim testSWAN:

Q: How can credits be earned and used within the Swan ecosystem?

A: Credits are earned by participating in various campaign events and can be used to claim SWAN rewards after TGE or gain a competitive edge in future campaigns.

Q: Are there any specific hardware requirements to participate as a computing provider?

A: Yes, participating as a computing provider in the Atom Accelerator Race requires specific hardware based on the role. Read more details here.

Q: How does the community benefit from participating in the educational events?

A: Community members gain deeper insights into Swan technologies and enhance their capability to contribute to the ecosystem through these educational events.



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