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Polygon Reigns Supreme in Ethereum Layer Two Poll with 44.1% Preference

Published 19/02/2024, 13:25
Updated 19/02/2024, 13:45
Polygon Reigns Supreme in Ethereum Layer Two Poll with 44.1% Preference

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  • Polygon captures up to 44.1% of votes in a recent Ethereum layer two scaling solutions poll.
  • Arbitrum closely trails behind, with 30.8% voting it as their choice.
  • Optimism (OP) lags significantly in the poll results, with only 9.9% of votes.

In a recent poll collecting community feedback on their top preferred Ethereum layer two scaling solutions, Polygon has emerged as the probable option among cryptocurrency enthusiasts. The poll was conducted by Crypto analyst “Coin Bureau” on X.

Coin Bureau asked the crypto community to pick their favorite Ethereum layer two among a list of four options containing Arbitrum (ARB), Optimism (OP), Polygon (MATIC), and Immutable (IMX).

The poll ended, attracting 9,306 respondents. Polygon triumphed with a close margin against the first runner-up, Arbitrum. Specifically, 44.1% of the respondents expressed that Polygon was their favorite scaling solution for Ethereum. Arbitrum, the second most preferred option, garnered 30.8% of the votes.

Immutable received half the number of votes compared to Arbitrum, with 15.2% of respondents expressing their preference for it. Optimism trailed further behind, with only 9.9% of respondents indicating their favor toward it.

A respondent provided additional context for their vote, affirming that Polygon’s proof-of-stake (POS) and zero-knowledge technology constituted factors that made Polygon their preferred option for scaling solutions. They ranked Arbitrum as their second choice, highlighting that Immutable is more application-specific.

Meanwhile, this commenter expressed reservations about Optimistic rollups, considering them inferior to ZK technology, and indicated they would not bet on Optimism for the long term.

On the other hand, members of the Shiba Inu community flooded the comment section, advocating for Shibarium as their preferred Ethereum layer two solution.

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