Real-Time TPS


Scroll TPS is 92.42% less than Polygon TPS

3.64 tx/s
48.05 tx/s

Max Recorded TPS


Scroll max TPS is 90.81% less than Polygon max TPS

25.86 tx/s
282 tx/s

Max Theoretical TPS


Scroll max theoretical TPS is 79.04% less than Polygon max theoretical TPS

136 tx/s
649 tx/s

Block Time


Scroll block time is 1.23X more than Polygon block time

3s
2.43s

Time to Finality (TTF)


Scroll TTF is 4.22X more than Polygon TTF

18m
4m 16s

Type


Scroll and Polygon are both layer 2 blockchains

Layer 2 blockchain
Layer 2 blockchain

Governance Model


Scroll multisig governance is worse than Polygon off-chain governance

Multisig
Off-chain

Other Comparisons

About Blockchains

What is Scroll?


Scroll, a Layer 2 Ethereum network, aims to simplify scaling solutions for projects utilizing the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM). Its primary mechanism, zkEVM, integrates zero-knowledge proofs with the EVM, enabling rapid Ethereum transaction confirmation without the need to store and transfer additional transaction data. Scroll aims to establish a universal network that grants developers a user experience and security level akin to Ethereum while surpassing Ethereum in throughput, verification speed, and gas fee affordability

What is Polygon?


Polygon, formerly Matic Network, is a blockchain platform designed to establish a multi-chain system compatible with Ethereum. It employs a proof-of-stake consensus mechanism similar to Ethereum for on-chain transactions, with its native token being MATIC. Functioning as a "layer two" or "sidechain" scaling solution alongside Ethereum, Polygon facilitates quicker transactions and lower fees. Its inception aimed to tackle Ethereum's major challenges, including high fees, subpar user experience, and limited transaction throughput, aspiring to create an "Ethereum's internet of blockchains" or a multi-chain ecosystem of Ethereum-compatible blockchains.

Blockchains Socials

Scroll Socials


Polygon Socials