Chain Data Snapshots

A snapshot is a recording of the state of Binance Chain at a particular block height.

Latest snapshot of December 1st: download

Size: 478 GB

sha256sum: 04fc2f6c0dd0e9958d4b4c30cab0fd6eab18e20b612ec018d1917a87994e6732

Latest snapshot of November 1st: download

Size: 444 GB

sha256sum: e1687272467355bee1034b7ab23a6f6ca2249441a6a300e10026a214fc925f57

Latest snapshot of Sep 1st: download

Size: 409 GB

sha256sum: 194cbad7e1adcaafc16df94576f0a3b4a26245e4019cef93c51a3183bef71d73

Latest snapshot of July 1st: download

Size: 353 GB

Snapshot of June 1st: download

Size: 309 GB

sha256sum: c6ba5edbf1b424696eec670f4dad864e09ebbae46c3c127360e1d1f15e27d4df)

This snapshot can be used for jumpstarting a newly setup fullnode to avoid waiting a long time for getting all blocks. In Binance Chain, the average block time is less than a second. As a result, it will take several weeks to sync from genesis block.


Ensure there is enough disk space for both the tar file AND its uncompressed contents. Double the space or more.

  1. Download Archive

    nohup curl -s\?AWSAccessKeyId=\AKIAYINE6SBQPUZDDRRO\&Expires=\1625569110\&Signature=\%2BotMZCFW7bRSaK4DdRW6Qe3a4bw%3D > data_20200909.tgz &

  2. Extract File to replace the contents under data folder of home directory

    tar -xzf data_20200909.tgz -d $HOME/data

  3. Start your node

    bnbchaind start