Real-Time TPS


Sirius TPS is 99.99% less than Solana TPS

0.01 tx/s
884 tx/s

Max Recorded TPS


Sirius max TPS is 99.99% less than Solana max TPS

0.03 tx/s
1,624 tx/s

Max Theoretical TPS


Sirius max theoretical TPS is 90.34% less than Solana max theoretical TPS

6,279 tx/s
65,000 tx/s

Block Time


Sirius block time is 41X more than Solana block time

18.04s
0.44s

Time to Finality (TTF)


Sirius TTF is 100% less than Solana TTF

0s
12.8s

Type


Sirius and Solana are both layer 1 blockchains

Layer 1 blockchain
Layer 1 blockchain

Governance Model


Sirius multisig governance is worse than Solana off-chain governance

Multisig
Off-chain

Other Comparisons

About Blockchains

What is Sirius?


Sirius aims to offer a suite of primary services including blockchain, storage, streaming, and Supercontract. Its architecture allows for the seamless addition of future services without compromising performance. These services are managed and governed by robust consensus protocols, ensuring network integrity while incentivizing decentralized participation. With its parallelized services and protocols organized into distinct layers, Sirius is flexible, easy to adopt, fast, and secure. Packaged within an all-in-one extensible framework, the Sirius ecosystem is well-suited for a range of applications including dApps, DeFi, NFTs, Web3, and beyond.

What is Solana?


Solana stands out as a high-performance blockchain, celebrated for its scalability, speed, and minimal transaction expenses. Featuring a distinctive consensus mechanism dubbed Proof of History (PoH), Solana achieves remarkable scalability and efficiency. Tailored to accommodate dApps, it excels in processing a vast number of transactions swiftly, thereby slashing processing durations and fees. These attributes make it a compelling platform for developers within the cryptocurrency realm.

Blockchains Socials

Sirius Socials


Solana Socials