Real-Time TPS

Polkadot TPS is 100% more than Crust TPS

0.14 tx/s
0 tx/s

Max Recorded TPS

Polkadot max TPS is 8,670X more than Crust max TPS

112 tx/s
0.01 tx/s

Max Theoretical TPS

Polkadot max theoretical TPS is the same as Crust max theoretical TPS

1,500 tx/s
1,500 tx/s

Block Time

Polkadot block time is 50.08% less than Crust block time


Time to Finality (TTF)

Polkadot TTF is the same as Crust TTF



Polkadot is a layer 1 blockchain, while Crust is a parachain

Layer 1 blockchain

Governance Model

The governance types of Polkadot and Crust are both on-chain


Other Comparisons

About Blockchains

What is Polkadot?

Polkadot stands out among other blockchain projects for its focus on enhancing the foundational infrastructure of dApps. It aims to enable interoperability between blockchain ecosystems, facilitating seamless communication without intermediaries. Functioning as a "network of networks," Polkadot utilizes parachains — specialized blockchains with unique functionalities and tokens — to enable interaction between diverse blockchain architectures. Powered by the nominated proof-of-stake (PoS) consensus algorithm and drawing inspiration from the Ouroboros protocol, Polkadot offers a robust framework for building interconnected and scalable decentralized systems.

What is Crust?

Crust is a decentralized storage network built on Polkadot, a multi-chain blockchain platform. It aims to provide a decentralized storage solution that is secure, reliable, and cost-effective. Crust allows users to store and retrieve data in a web3 manner, leveraging the power of blockchain technology to ensure data integrity and availability. Crust uses a combination of blockchain and decentralized storage technologies to achieve its goals. It offers incentives for users to contribute their storage space to the network, creating a distributed storage infrastructure that is resistant to censorship and single points of failure.

Blockchains Socials

Polkadot Socials

Crust Socials