Your plant is Epripremnum aureum, more comonly known as Golden Pothos or Devil's Ivy. The wetness you're describing is not uncommon in some plants (of which Pothos is one) and is down to a process called guttation. It usually occurs in the mornings, but can happen at other times, and is associated with moist soil in the pot; you might want to make sure you're not overwatering if you see this happening daily, although the plant looks fairly healthy.
Plants have 'pores' beneath their leaves called stomata, and transpiration (bit like breathing in humans) takes place through these, so moisture is expelled via the stomata; overnight, though, and in cooler conditions, the stomata close up, so if there's a bit too much water in the plant's tissues building up overnight, water is exuded through other structures in the plant's leaves to relieve the pressure within the plant, typically appearing as water droplets along the edge of leaves, often collecting as a water droplet at the tip of the leaf which eventually falls. Fuller explanation here https://viettes.wordpress.com/tag/water-on-the-tips-of-leaves/