Real-Time TPS

eCash TPS is 99.68% less than Bitcoin TPS

0.03 tx/s
10.37 tx/s

Max Recorded TPS

eCash max TPS is 2.53X more than Bitcoin max TPS

31.24 tx/s
12.36 tx/s

Max Theoretical TPS

eCash max theoretical TPS is 4.99X more than Bitcoin max theoretical TPS

34.95 tx/s
7 tx/s

Block Time

eCash block time is 2.8X more than Bitcoin block time

11m 14s

Time to Finality (TTF)

eCash TTF is 83.88% less than Bitcoin TTF

9m 40s


eCash and Bitcoin are both layer 1 blockchains

Layer 1 blockchain
Layer 1 blockchain

Governance Model

eCash council governance is worse than Bitcoin off-chain governance


Other Comparisons

About Blockchains

What is eCash?

eCash is a blockchain project led by Bitcoin ABC, aiming to enhance L1 scalability, security, transaction speed, and cost-effectiveness. It integrates the Avalanche consensus protocol with its base PoW consensus, making it effectively a hybrid consensus network that is secured against 51% attacks and extensible via subnets and hard-fork free upgrades. These improvements address scalability concerns, enable rapid transaction finality, interoperability, and guarantee subcent fees. Despite these improvements, eCash remains committed to maintaining the decentralization principles of the original Bitcoin protocol. By prioritizing scalability and extensibility, eCash seeks to realize the vision of Bitcoin as a practical and accessible peer-to-peer electronic cash system.

What is Bitcoin?

Bitcoin stands as a leading cryptocurrency and payment network, utilizing peer-to-peer technology to operate without central authorities. It embraces global participation as an open-source platform. A notable advancement in Bitcoin is the introduction of ordinals and inscriptions. Launched in January 2023, the Bitcoin ordinals protocol enables the embedding of digital content like art, text, or video directly onto the Bitcoin blockchain. This innovation allows for the creation of exclusive digital collectibles, giving each satoshi a unique identity and purpose, broadening Bitcoin's utility beyond its role as a store of value.

Blockchains Socials

eCash Socials

Bitcoin Socials