Accessing Historic Fury Data

Fury Labs runs free, public archive nodes of all historic Fury versions. These endpoints are documented below with the relevant time frames for the data they contain:

Major VersionFury VersionChain IDFinal Block HeightStart DateEnd DateArchive Endpoints
Fury 2v0.3.5fury-22598890*2019-11-152020-06-10API
RPC
Fury 3v0.10.0fury-31552962*2020-06-102020-10-15API
RPC
Fury 4v0.12.2fury-41267330*2020-10-152021-03-04API
RPC
Fury 6v0.12.4fury-6334944*2021-03-052021-04-08API
RPC
Fury 7v0.14.2fury-71878508*2021-04-082021-08-30API
RPC
Fury 8v0.15.2fury-81803249*2021-08-312022-01-19API
RPC
Fury 9v0.16.1fury-91610470*2022-01-192022-05-25API
RPC
Fury 10v0.17.7highbury_710-19745692022-05-252022-08-04API
RPC
EVM
Fury 10.1v0.18.1highbury_710-120983992022-08-042022-10-26API
RPC
EVM
Fury 11v0.19.2highbury_710-136071992022-10-262023-02-26API
RPC
EVM
Fury 12v0.4.1.1highbury_710-148324992023-02-262023-05-17API
RPC
EVM
Fury 13v0.23.0highbury_710-12023-05-17presentAPI
RPC
EVM
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As of the Fury 10 release, all upgrades are done as in-place software upgrades. The chain id no longer updates and the block height is never reset to 0, as was the case with all upgrades prior to Fury 10. Historical data for all upgrades since Fury 10 are available on the mainnet data node endpoints. Some data may need to be queried with the historic verison of the Fury CLI.

Note that the Fury 5 upgrade was reverted. Those data are also available: API & RPC