Real-Time TPS


Polkadot TPS is 37X more than Polkadex TPS

0.15 tx/s
0.0039 tx/s

Max Recorded TPS


Polkadot max TPS is 246X more than Polkadex max TPS

112 tx/s
0.45 tx/s

Max Theoretical TPS


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

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

Block Time


Polkadot block time is 49.66% less than Polkadex block time

6.04s
12s

Time to Finality (TTF)


Polkadot TTF is the same as Polkadex TTF

1m
1m

Type


Polkadot and Polkadex are both layer 1 blockchains

Layer 1 blockchain
Layer 1 blockchain

Governance Model


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

On-chain
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 Polkadex?


Polkadex is a decentralized exchange (DEX) built on the Polkadot network. It offers high-performance, low-latency trading with a fully decentralized order book. Users can trade assets across different parachains within the Polkadot ecosystem and external blockchains connected via bridges. Polkadex uses L2 scaling solutions for fast, efficient trading and operates on a non-custodial model, allowing users to retain control of their funds at all times.

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