How does Cardano dual layer architecture compare to ETH 2.0 layer 2 solutions and side chains


I’ve been reading about Cardano and trying to find any positives it would (will) have when compared to an ideal and final ETH 2.0 implementation. My crypto exposure has mainly being Ethereum, so that’s where I come from, though I’m trying to open to new cryptos.

The main focus of the comparisons I found online is about their double layer architecture. From my understanding, one is to finalize simple transactions, and one is to actually compute them (with smart contracts): these would respectively be “Cardano Settlement Layer (CSL)” and “Cardano Computational Layer (CCL)”.

I just don’t see how this would have any advantages over ETH 2.0 layer 2 solutions or its side chains, or any other scalability method documented here: [https://ethereum.org/en/developers/docs/scaling/](https://ethereum.org/en/developers/docs/scaling/). And yes I do understand that Cardano objective is more to provide means of payment to developing countries.

Please don’t just sh*t on ETH because this is an Cardano sub, let’s build a constructive comparison.



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