Today, we compare Solana against Ethereum, the biggest rival and potential slayer of Ethereum, to see which is superior.

Ethereum is a well-known blockchain with a large user base that is interoperable with various apps or systems.


Unlike Solana, it is compatible with a broader range of applications which makes it the preferred choice for many developers.

Most NFTs use the blockchain's token Ether for transactions, which increases its demand. That implies the possibilities for Ethereum are limitless.

However, because Ethereum's programming language, Solidity, is more interoperable with a variety of different apps and programs, it can accommodate a large variety of programs.

 Ethereum uses Proof of Work (PoW), while Solana uses Proof of Stake (PoS) and Proof of History (PoH).


Ethereum's PoW requires miners to agree on timing. Because of the up and down required with PoW, the transaction pace in Ethereum is substantially slower than in Solana.

Solana, however, has a relatively negligible transaction cost. No blockchain has as low a gas fee as Solana. The gas fee on Solana is so tiny a 2-year-old kid can pay.

Both Solana and Ethereum have their benefits and drawbacks. So, if you’re having trouble determining which blockchain is best for you, consider your objectives first.

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