Sandeep Nailwal, co-founder of the Polygon platform (MATIC), believes that the blockchain rival Avalanche (AVAX) is a complete failure. In a series of virulent tweets sent recently, he reproaches AVAX in particular for its concept of Subnets considered not very effective according to him. According to Sandeep Nailwal, this confirms that Avalanche has not yet found its place on the market and remains largely behind the current leading blockchains.
Polygon's Supernets mechanism is better than Subnets
Nailwal also criticized Avalanche's recent developments, saying they have been unnecessary and resulted in a "waste of time." He believes that AVAX should go back to basics to be able to differentiate itself from other competing public blockchains.
The Polygon co-founder's opinion on the failure of Avalanche is clear: he considers that this crypto does not really bring anything new. According to him, the Subnets only tangle things up and are useless against the already existing protocols based on Ethereum. In short, the cryptosphere would have been fooled once again by a "killer" of Ethereum!
Avalanche founder's answer to why startups fail
Polygon's founder, Mr. Nailwal, believes that Avalanche is a complete failure and seems to enjoy saying so loudly! But his Avalanche counterpart, Professor Emin Gün Sirer, doesn't give him a second chance. He retaliates by inviting Mr. Nailwal to focus on building a blockchain that stands up instead of constantly criticizing Avalanche's. As for Professor Sirer's followers who criticized him for being too naive, he replied: "It's always too late if you wait until you're perfect to act.
The co-founder of Polygon (MATIC) believes that Avalanche (AVAX) is a complete failure. According to him, the blockchain is struggling to exceed 100 Transactions per second and the fees are prohibitive.
Polygon (MATIC) co-founder Maksim Izmaylov believes that Avalanche (AVAX) has failed and that its development has not been sufficient. According to him, the technology adopted by Avalanche should have been different and implemented more quickly.
Obviously, I'm not the only one who was disappointed by the AVAX investment. According to an article by the co-founder of Polygon (MATIC), this cryptocurrency would be a "complete failure". So, what are the future prospects for this blockchain? What projects can we see being born and growing on its territory? These questions still remain without a clear answer...