Using one command, you can deploy Tin Toy and play around with a tiny toy version of the Hive blockchain: ```bash docker run -d -p 8091:8091 inertia/tintoy:latest ``` This is handy for developers who want to test their applications without having to use the mainnet. It's also nice because you don't need to rely on anyone to run a public testnet. It only takes a few minutes to get up and running. Once you have your testnet up and running, you can check exactly which version you're on using: ```bash curl -s --data '{ "jsonrpc":"2.0", "method":"database_api.get_version", "params":{}, "id":1 }' http://localhost:8091 | jq ``` This will return something like: ```json { "jsonrpc": "2.0", "result": { "blockchain_version": "1.25.0", "hive_revision": "21ca61a2253a01aeca5debdcdb202ff89feae27c", "fc_revision": "21ca61a2253a01aeca5debdcdb202ff89feae27c", "chain_id": "18dcf0a285365fc58b71f18b3d3fec954aa0c141c44e4e5cb4cf777b9eab274e" }, "id": 1 } ``` Also see: [related gist]( --- To do this *without* docker, see: I originally announced Tin Toy a couple of years ago: There are also some extra things you can do with it if you're doing blockchain development or you want to build from a local branch of `hived` (though this is a slightly dated article):

See: Tin Toy Update - Eclipse HF by @inertia