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Chains

Depending on what EVM chains you want to use Sablier on, you will need to use a different contract address. Sablier runs on top of one single master contract that manages all streams.

Official deployments

Official deployments are deployments made by the Sablier team and supported in the official user interface.

ChainAddress
Ethereum Mainnet0xCD18eAa163733Da39c232722cBC4E8940b1D8888
Arbitrum One0xaDB944B478818d95659067E70D2e5Fc43Fa3eDe9
Avalanche0x73f503fad13203C87889c3D5c567550b2d41D7a4
BSC Mainnet0x05BC7f5fb7F248d44d38703e5C921A8c16825161
Optimism0x6C5927c0679e6d857E87367bb635decbcB20F31c
Polygon Mainnet0xAC18EAB6592F5fF6F9aCf5E0DCE0Df8E49124C06
Ronin0xDe9dCc27aa1552d591Fc9B9c21881feE43BD8118
Goerli0xFc7E3a3073F88B0f249151192812209117C2014b

Unofficial deployments

Unofficial deployments are deployments made by an external team and not supported in the official user interface.

ChainAddressDeployer
IoTeX0x93Efd750a7F589f9FE26408a91e15587a88c4E78IoTeX team

Testnet Tokens

If you want to use the Sablier interfaces on a testnet, you need to get some testnet DAI first. To do this, you have to go to the Etherscan page of the associated token, tap the "Write Contract" tab, connect your Ethereum wallet and call the mint method.

Note that the testnet token has 18 decimals, so you may want to use a unit converter.

ChainNetworkEthereum address
TestnetDAIGoerli0x97cb342Cf2F6EcF48c1285Fb8668f5a4237BF862