Decentralized Application (Daap)

Decentralized Applications (dApps)


Decentralized applications or decentralized applications in English are Decentralized Applications; dApps for short.

Decentralized applications (dApps) are digital applications or programs that exist and run on a blockchain or P2P network of computers instead of a single computer and are outside the scope of operation and control. controlled by a single agency.

Content about Decentralized Applications A standard web application like Uber or Twitter runs on a computer system owned and operated by an organization that gives it full authority over the application and its operations. There can be many users on the same side, but the backend is controlled by a single organization.

Decentralized applications can run on both P2P networks as well as blockchain networks. For example,, xx-Network, Pirlchat, and Pirltube are examples of applications that run on different computers that are part of a P2P network where multiple participants on the same side are using Using content, some people feed or seed the content, while others can perform both functions simultaneously.

In the age of cryptocurrencies, decentralized applications exist and run on the blockchain network in a public, open-source, decentralized environment and are free from control or interference from any organization. .

For example, a developer can create a decentralized application like Twitter and place it on a blockchain where any user can tweet a message. Once posted, no one - not even the creator of the app - can delete the tweets. The sender can edit, but the original tweet will be kept forever.

To date, 1,878 decentralized applications have been “go live” on the Ethereum, EOS, and TRON platforms. Here are some decentralized applications on the platform that have been compiled:

Basic Applications

  1. Decentralized multimedia platform you can use many features including meeting rooms

  2. Metamask: A browser plug-in that connects your device to the Ethereum network.

  3. Status: Browser links mobile chat and social media apps with Ethereum tokenization.

  4. uPort: An application that securely stores and manages personal identity information on the Ethereum platform.

Market application

  1. Augur: The market predicts the outcome of actual events.

  2. Aragon: Platform that provides governance for DAOs and applications

  3. Decentraland: Virtual reality platform, allowing users to create, experience and monetize content and applications.

  4. Gnosis: Event prediction market and DutchX protocol for digital asset pricing.

Decentralized Exchange

Decentralized exchange that allows storing, exchanging and trading cryptocurrencies on the Ethereum platform.

  1. LocalEthereum: A quick and easy way to trade ETH through a variety of methods.

  2. Bancor: Liquidity platform for low-trading tokens, integration with bounty programs.

  3. MakerDAO: DAO with various functions such as OasisDEX exchange, investment products, and stable coin DAI

  4. 0x: Protocol for decentralized exchanges used for applications such as Radar Relay, DDEX, and Paradex. SkyPirl Pirl Rumhaus

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