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Contract Repository

Verified contracts are stored in the Sourcify repository and are available via Web or IPFS.


You can fetch the Repository statistics, returning a list of the count of full_match and partial_match for each chain calling


The contract repository is periodically updated and pinned to the IPFS. Shout out to, for providing pinning for our public repository and also @wmitsuda for the troubleshooting and pinning of our repo!

The repo is accessible under the following IPNS DNSLink names:

You can also access the contract repository with the /ipns/:ipns/contracts/:match/:chainId/:contractAddress format on IPFS. Example:

Pin the IPFS repository

Pin and help us decentralize the Sourcify repository!

Refer to the guide by @wmitsuda


The repository interface is at and (unstable).

However for performance reasons, it is not possible to navigate the folders above the contract level. You need to know ahead the contract you are looking for.

Finding contracts

You can paste the contract address in the UI without choosing the chain and it will check the contract on all chains in the contract repository

The contracts are accessible under the following path format:
  • :match: either full_match or partial_match
  • :chainId: EVM chain id 1 for Ethereum Mainnet, 5 Ethereum testnet GΓΆrli etc. See
  • :contractAddress: e.g. 0x5ed4a410A612F2fe625a8F3cB4d70f197fF8C8be


Here are some example contracts:

View Source Code in Remix IDE

It is possible to view the contract folder in the Remix IDE by clicking "View in Remix".

Allow the Sourcify plugin on the next screen in Remix IDE (might take a while to load). The contract folder will be available under verified-sources/<contract-address> in the Remix file explorer.

Sourcify repository screenshot

Download folders

You can download the whole folder by clicking on top left download icon.

Alternatively you can select which files/folders to download by clicking the checkmarks, and click the download icon.

Sourcify repository screenshot



You can download the whole repository over IPFS by

ipfs get "/ipns/" -o <output-directory>

S3 Bucket

We also backup our repo at an S3 Bucket. Reach us out at to get read-only credential if you need to download the whole repo.

First download and install the AWS CLI.

Then run

aws configure

and provide the credentials. Leave "Default region name" and "Default output format" empty.

Finally run

mkdir contracts
cd contracts
aws s3 cp --recursive s3://sourcify-backup-s3/stable/repository/contracts/ .