Decentralized Applications (DApps)

Decentralized Applications, commonly referred to as DApps, are computer applications that operate on decentralized blockchain networks. DApps use smart contracts to automate their operation, and their data is stored on a distributed ledger, making them decentralized and transparent. Unlike traditional applications, DApps operate on a peer-to-peer network, allowing for greater security and transparency. Some popular examples of DApps include decentralized exchanges, games, and social media platforms.


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