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Dapps is short for "decentralized application".

1. Top 3 dApps That Nobody is Talking About

Decentralized applications are much safer since users’ data are stored in decentralized nodes, not in a centralized repository. Besides that, users can act much more confident while using and spending money on applications because of these dApps are using the smart contracts which the blockchain has.

2. A Game-Changing Blockchain Startup for DApp Development with No Code

Bunzz is the world's first platform that allows software developers and businesses to develop DApps (Decentralized Applications) in a few minutes without knowin

3. Polkadot Parachains will Lead to Best Practices for Cross-Consensus Communication

Phala Network provides computing power to other blockchain applications while protecting the data layer.

4. Top 4 Blockchain Virtual Machines for Decentralized Applications

From Polkadot to NEO, this article is a review of the most popular VMs in the dApp ecosystem other than Ethereum.

5. 30% of Newly Minted NCT is Owned by Addresses that Don't Own a Hashmask

Hashmasks are a new experiment in crypto art. But 30% of the project's Name Changing Token (NCT) is already owned by users who do not even own a Hashmask.

6. Making a Node.js App to Interact With a Smart Contract the Git Way

Hey everybody, this is the second post of the series on writing apps the Git way, where you just go take a cup of coffee and browse a Git repo to learn something new!

7. How to Use Zero Knowledge Dapp Boilerplate

Learn how to build zero knowledge dapps, using zero knowledge proofs boilerplate. Build age verification dapp using zero knowledge proofs.

8. 7 Dapp Platforms to Follow in 2021

Polygon, ZKSync, and Arbitrum are just some of the dApp platforms you should be following in 2021.

9. Why dApps aren't as doomed as you think

If you’ve been in the cryptocurrency and blockchain community for a while, then you’ve surely heard the phrase “we just need a killer app” to get crypto into the mainstream. Now, as you’ve most likely also noticed, many of the current decentralized applications that are out there have great ideas backing them — perhaps even revolutionary ones — so why aren’t any of these dApps achieving widespread use? Why aren’t they, or one of them, the “killer app” that we need? I certainly don’t think the gambling dApps topping the daily usage tracking charts would constitute such an app.

10. Building a Classic Web3 NFT Minting Dapp with React and Solidity: Part 1

In this tutorial, you will learn the following; How to set up an Error-free Web3 project, How to code an NFT minting smart contract, How to code the frontend...

11. Pros and Cons of Development On Polygon

Polygon is a second-level blockchain that runs on the Ethereum ecosystem. Figure out what are its advantages and what are the pros and cons of developing on it

12. What is a Dapp and How Do You Improve the Dapp User Experience?

DAPPs Aren’t Great – Yet… The user experience simply hasn’t been good enough. Learn about the solution to improve the user DAPP experience.

13. dApps for Business: A Guide To Understanding The Paradigm Shift Offered By Decentralized Apps

Decentralised applications (dApps) have changed how users navigate the Web. Learn what dApps mean, how they work, and why businesses should them.

14. The Main Challenges of Decentralization

Decentralization stands in opposition to centralization and is currently rapidly breaking into the world order of the modern world.

15. Decentralized Wallets: Leveraging the Strength of Software Wallets

Decentralised wallets, or DeFi wallets are a gateway to the world of Decentralised Applications, that helps users store their digital assets in a safe way.

16. Is Layer 2 Scaling for Blockchains Living up to Its Promise?

As crypto-mania approached its peak in 2017, it seemed like every project was striving to build the latest, greatest blockchain platform, resulting in rafts of mainnet launches in 2018. The reality is that many of those projects have struggled to survive. They’re competing for a limited pool of developers and see little activity beyond a few underused dApps.

17. Proposal to Pi Network, Use our SDK for your DAPP Development Platform

Pi Network is sort of this controversial platform, but one that interests me. They claim to be a cryptocurrency network, "powered by phones", and already have 10 million+ users. One of the first suggested results when typing Pi Network is "Pi Network Scam" and one of the questions that people ask is, "Is the pi network legit?". This has in the very least made me a bit suspicious. This is true even w/ the Stanford PhDs on board.

18. Of Art Tokenization, Blockchain, and Provenance with A Sprinkling of Non-Fungible Tokens

The global art market grew 6% in 2018 to 67.4 billion in sales according to economist Clare McAndrew’s report “The Art Market 2019,” released by Art Basel and UBS, however, despite the 6% growth, 57% of dealers saw their sales decline in 2018.

19. Push Notifications Will Pull Blockchain Out of the Stone Age of Communication - Unhashed #1

Push notifications are critical for Web2.0 services to engage and notify their users. Apps and services on Web3.0 still lack it. EPNS aims to solve the issue.

20. An Intro to Chainlink: 3 Pillars of Digital Change

Chainlink is the market-leading oracle network, helping secure hundreds of billions in DeFi and providing off-chain data and compute to thousands of dApps.

21. What is 'Sharding' and UTXO Scaling for Blockchain?

We propose an improved algorithm called proof-of-less-work.

22. Problems With Blockchain and Why We Need the Internet Computer

Problems with the current Blockchain infrastructure today and why we need a truly decentralized Internet.

23. The Personal Platform: The Next Big Thing?

Momentous technologies often look useless. Especially information-related technologies. Why did we need the printing press, when most people were illiterate? Plus, the priest could already read aloud from a hand-copied Bible. Why did we need the personal computer, when people already had filing cabinets, type-writers, and TVs? Computers were for wealthy corporations.

24. My Journey in CryptoCollectibles (so far)

A journey marked by crypto collectibles and highlights of lessons learned along the way.

25. Subnets are Solving the Crypto Scalability Problem

The crypto industry has run into serious scalability issues. But subnets provide the best possible answer to resolve it once and for all.

26. Solidity Tutorial: Understanding Design Patterns [Part 1]

Solidity design patterns are essential for creating secure, robust and scalable smart contracts. In this tutorial, we will learn proper implementations

27. Building dApps On Dash: An Interview With readme

With Dash on track to release its long-awaited Dash Platform on Testnet before the end of year, strong developer interest is starting to ramp up in anticipation of its Testnet launch, and Mainnet launch is scheduled for Q1 2021.

28. What are dApps (Decentralized Applications) and why are they needed?

DApps appeared a long time ago and at first were actually ignored by the cryptocurrency community, but now the situation has changed.

29. Can Blockchains Overcome the Scalability Trilemma?

Beldex will be integrating Bucephalus Hard Fork on the 10th of December, 2021. Their goal is to create the first-ever privacy-based ecosystem.

30. Creating Flawless DApps with No-code Bubble + Plugin

Nexus’ no-code Bubble plugin allows you to create Web3 applications on the Nexus blockchain using REST APIs

31. Intro to dApps: A Beginners Guide to Decentralized Applications

A decentralized app (dApp) is a digital application or a program that resides and executes on a blockchain or peer-to-peer network of computers

32. The Introduction To Blockchain App Development  (Part 1/2)

In this post we will get familiar with the architectural approaches that make blockchain application development almost like a walk in the park. We will address five simple, yet efficient software development approaches for blockchain applications. Each of them being supported with code samples and tutorials.

33. All Aboard Web 3.0: Why Onboarding New dApp Users is a Titanic Task

If there’s any one metric which indicates an app’s success, it’s how many people are using it - but dApp user numbers aren’t stacking up.

34. Importance of a Gratitude Journal

Gratitude works its magic by serving as an antidote to negative emotions. It’s like white blood cells for the soul, protecting us from cynicism, entitlement, anger, and resignation. — Arianna Huffington, Thrive.

35. Who's Building dApps On COSMOS: 2020 UPDATE

Early Bitcoin and Ethereum investors have earned significant profits on their coins. All they needed to do was tinker around with new tech, learn how to mine, or just use the first dApps that were rewarding their users with free coins. Today, Bitcoin is over a decade old and Ethereum has already lived through its best years. In this environment, everyone’s now asking “Who’s next?” Well, the answer to this is what tech-enthusiasts like to call Blockchain 3.0!

36. Binance Smart Chain's CeDeFi Is Not Likely To Rain On Ethereum's DeFi Parade

DeFi vs CeDeFi and Ethereum vs BSC: their competitive advantages, their defensibility, and how this might shape their market position and dominance over time

37. How to Load Unlimited Free Test Ethers to Metamask Wallet

By using this technique, you can have a plentiful supply of ethers available for use in testing and development. You only need NodeJs, the Chrome extension for

38. Cross-chain Interoperability: Building For The Next Generation Blockchain

Complete decentralization cannot come into play until there is mass adoption in web3. For mass adoption to occur, interoperability is a crucial factor.

39. dApps: An important step for Blockchain adaptation

It is a well-known fact that blockchain is becoming more widespread; therefore, its daily life functions continue to increase. As part of the adaptation, many initiatives are taking essential steps for the use of cryptocurrencies in everyday life.

40. dApp Development With Michael Vandeberg: An Interview

Blockchain engineer explains how to build decentralized applications (dApp)

41. What's The Real Cost of Running a DApp on an EOS Network? [A Deep Dive]

Before you think about deploying your EOS decentralized application (DApp) to a blockchain network, as a developer and system planner you should study in detail the cost to run your infrastructure on a public shared network with a limited amount of resources to be consumed. The storage cost and execution cost on a public blockchain network are higher than in any cloud provider like Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud or Microsoft Azure.

42. Building Scalable Blockchain Solutions To Support Dapps of Tomorrow - An Interview

Lower transaction fees and settlement time is crucial for the success of any decentralized application, and for that, you need to have a scalable blockchain framework

43. Startup Interview with Nicole Upchurch, CENNZnet CEO

CENNZnet is a DApp platform that puts great user experience first. We are empowering devs and future thinkers to harness blockchain out of the box.

44. RSK Gitcoin Hackathon: Building the Future on Bitcoin

We recently announced the RSK hackathon on Gitcoin - which kicks off on 15/04/2021, so save the date.

45. An Introduction to Bunzz SDK: How to Have a Speedy DApp Development Process

DApp Development Tutorials, Knowledge related to Web3 / By Marcel Clarembaux

46. Feature, Not Bug: The Terrible Rationale Behind Web3's Product Design

Let's attempt to look through the rationale behind terrible web3 product design.

47. Choosing The Best Privacy Focused Crypto!

One of the most important parts of cryptocurrency has always been the potential for privacy. These are six coins that promote that aspect more than others.

48. What Is a DApp and How Is It Different From a Normal Application?

The biggest difference between an app and DApp is that DApp is decentralized and the app is centralized.

49. Dapps: Offchains, Sidechains & Appchains

The wave of innovation in web3 is leading to the birth of new kinds of Dapps. Today we have, Native Dapps, Off-chain Dapps, Sidechain Dapps and Appchains

50. Solana Goes Forth with extrnode’s Open-Source Load Balancer

Everstake launches extrnode load balancer that distributes requests within a cluster of Solana’s public RPC nodes to help decentralize the RPC layer in Web3.

51. Telegram Bots Have Helped Pave The Way for dApps

2020 is shaping up to be the year of dApps! New communities are forming around cryptocurrency and they are asking for just one thing: decentralization. All the services and platforms you are accessing online right now can be decentralized in one way or another.

52. How One Blockchain Company BUIDLed Their Way to the Top 50

The future looks bright for the world of blockchain. According to Gartner, the industry will generate an annual business value of over $175 billion by 2025, reaching $3 trillion by 2030. However, while these figures are impressive, there’s much more to the story.

53. Does Anyone Really Use Blockchain Based Applications?

I am, by all measures, a Blockchain believer. I’m 20 years old, and my first practical experience with Blockchain was buying Bitcoin several years ago, before the massive bull run to $20,000 that made everyone from your barber to your cab driver vying to get a piece of the action.

54. Build A Social Authentication dApp on Ethereum using Next.js and Next-Auth-js

Learn how to implement a Dapp for Ethereum using Next.js

55. Alternative Avenues to Raise Funds as a DApp Developer in 2020

Admit it! Startups are hard, why? Because in startup space we are looking at a problem that no one is solving or an incumbent is making lives miserable there and we improve the state, we add value, we find a new business model while doing so and somehow make that startup - now turned into a business - self sustainable!

56. Build Your First Dapp on Tezos

Everything you need to know to create a simple Dapp on Tezos

57. How to Build a Tezos Dapp Using Taquito and the Beacon SDK

Use two of the hottest techs in Tezos development to build a dapp

58. [Tutorial] How to Develop Blockchain Applications — Part 2/2

In this post, we will take a deep-dive into developing custom transaction types with our Core GTI (Generic Transaction Interface) technology.

59. Building the Face of Decentralization

ideally, good web3 UX suggests more than design interfaces. Developers and UI designers have to fix this by how we build, interoperability, open-source e.t.c

60. Disrupting the Global Healthcare in Web3

Keep Disrupting the Global Healthcare in Web3 Together

61. Privacy in Blockchain: Building A Surveillance Free World

User privacy is of prime importance to Beldex. Beldex will secure user data, make your transactions anonymous, and pave the way for Web3.0 in its ecosystem

62. Decentralized Storage and Data Privacy for Developers

Arcana Network runs on its blockchain, independent of a large centralized entity. have no central storage. Data Privacy on the blockchain.

63. Meet the winners of the Polkadot Buildathon: India

Three blockchain projects built on Polkadot won the Polkadot Buildathon: India. Learn more about what they built, the Buildathon and Polkadot's support for devs

64. Token Standards: ERC-20 vs. ERC-721 vs. ERC-1155

ERC stands for Ethereum Request for Comment, and by addressing this topic is going to help us better understand the reach of many blockchain use cases.

65. How the Internet has Evolved: The Journey From Web1.0 to Web3.0

The Internet has come a long way - from the simple web pages of web1.0 to the decentralized web3.0.

66. Autonomous NFTs Take NFTs and Crypto Gaming to the Next Level: Unhashed #23

Unhashed is a QnA series where I speak with top execs of new and established blockchain projects to unravel the mystery of blockchain & crypto.

67. How I Built an Anonymous Voting System on the Ethereum Blockchain Using Zero-Knowledge Proof

How I built an anonymous voting system on the Ethereum blockchain using zero-knowledge proof

68. The Upgradeability Crisis in Blockchain

I'm Andrew Levine, the CEO of OpenOrchard where we are developing the Koinos blockchain.

69. "India May Regulate Crypto But I don’t Anticipate A Ban" - Sandeep Nailwal

This interview discusses the internet of blockchain, Polygon/matic and Defi and how developers can build decentralised applications.

70. Innovators of Interoperability: Three Solutions

Choosing a platform upon which to build your blockchain, token or smart contract can be difficult - and this is a problem which a range of pioneering projects are attempting to solve.

71. How I Turned 2 Sleepless Nights & 12 Monster Energy Drinks into $2,000 Prize at EthIndia Hackathon

What inspired us to build SimpleAsWater?

72. Machine Learning: A High Level Overview

When I try to introduce the concept of AI DApps, I often find that it is particularly difficult when people lack an accurate grasp of what machine learning is. There is an overwhelming amount of information online about machine learning targeted toward audiences with different levels of technical expertise.

73. Notes on Ethereum Governance and UI/UX Usability in dApps

While most of blockchain and Ethereum in particular, developers only focus on building and testing their DApps, they often forget the end users or customers. That means, they underestimate the importance of UI/UX and governance in their product commercialization and success. To that end, this article sheds more lights on best practices for successfully building Ethereum based on User Interface (UI)/User Experience (UX) and governance.

74. "DApps!" A New Buzzword, or Here to Stay for Good?

For the last few months, there’s been a new hot topic in crypto circles: DApps!  Even as someone with a beginner’s understanding of blockchains, cryptocurrencies and its related environments, I hadn’t heard of the term ‘DApp’ until quite recently. But ever since, I’ve been deeply intrigued by them and their potential to change the way we perceive and interact with apps.

75. Scouting for Unicorns in a Sea of dApps

The onset of Web 3.0 has been marked by a flurry of decentralised apps (or dApps in short) making their way into our daily lives. dApps take the modular approach to applications and combine it with a non-centralised management structure. In a world, where personal data integrity and freedom of speech is increasingly important, dApps will play a major role in creating a more safe space for end users when it comes to individual privacy and data access liberty.

76. What Is Ethereum? And What Is Its Relevance to Decentralization?

A common mistake occurs when Ethereum and Ether are used interchangeably to describe cryptocurrency. But that is not entirely accurate.

77. Solving the Problem of Blockchain Congestion

Let's go through what needs to be done to solve the problem of congestion on blockchains.

78. Blockchain Is Now A Crucial Technology - And Executives Know It

The blockchain hype experienced from around 2015, reaching its peak in 2017, has subsided greatly.

79. Fact or Cap: NFTs are the Future

One degen's take on NFTs, web3, and the future of decentralized assets.

80. The Usability of DApps Should be as Simple as Venmo: Interview with Milana Valmont, CEO of KIRA

Milana Valmont, CEO KIRA, Layer 1 network that enables market access to any digital, about DApps market, the current pitfalls, trends, and the future of DApps

81. Crypto Singularity and Data Dignity: the Lowdown at Blockstack Summit

This 2019 has been clearly marked by a bearish wave (and also speculative events) and with that comes a breath of much needed space for the builders to have room to build the runway for the solutions proposed in the many white papers distributed all over the web.

82. From Fiat Money to Ethical DeFi

The number of public companies that are taking positions in bitcoin is simply staggering.

83. WTF is Understandable Blockchain (UBC)?

Currently, too many public blockchains exist and they all use different API and data structure, meaning that non-blockchain experts have to concern themselves too much with the intricacies of blockchain technology, as well as, their products and service development (DApps).

84. The Projects Working to Lower Ethereum Gas Fees

As more investors try their hand at DeFi, gas fees are shooting over the roof, making engaging with decentralized apps uneconomical for most users.

85. Dapps Need To Go Beyond Client/Server Models If They Want Higher Adoption Rates

About a year ago I was excited to hear about the growing number of Decentralized Applications (Dapps) appearing on the EOS mainnet. I started to investigate these Dapps and came away disappointed. Most of the, so-called Dapps were traditional client/server web applications that simply utilized a blockchain component, called a smart contract that existed on the blockchain.

86. Blockchain Network Using Bitcoin Codebase Adds RingCT and Bulletproofs

Privacy is something we all value, but some value it far more than others. Transacting in cryptocurrency has its inherent advantages, but not all cryptocurrencies are totally private or secure.

87. How To Decentralize The Internet?

Can we decentralize the internet? Or are the blockchains of today not up to task? I speak to Pavel Prigolovko, of TON Labs, to find out how it can be possible.

88. The Next Phase of Crypto Will be The Age of dApps

This article talks about Polkadot, blockchain data transfer and substrate projects.

89. How to Richly Preprocess your IPFS NFT Images and Metadata

The first step you’ll take to building an NFT minting Dapp is to prepare the artwork. Without the artwork, you can’t have your NFT project actualized.

90. Five Learnings from ETHDenver 2020

Come gather ‘round B is for Bufficorn children!

91. Start Building Smart Contracts on the Nexus Blockchain

There is an increasing number of smart contract platforms rolling out in the crypto space, with many becoming household names. However, a dark horse in the race to be the most efficient and secure blockchain is ‘Nexus’. Given its low market cap, most people have never heard of this seven year old blockchain, yet it delivers far more than many of the leading smart contract platforms today.

92. How I Rebuilt the Classic Snake Game on the CENNZnet Blockchain

What goes into building a blockchain using Rust? Our newest dev at the CENNZnet project provides an insight into his latest project.

93. How to Build an Awesome Web3 Crowd-Funding Platform with React, Solidity, and CometChat

How do you develop a smart contract for your Dapp? How do you best design the Dapp interface? How do you connect the front end to the backend smart contract?

94. The Essential Guide to Building an NFT Auction Site with React, Solidity, and CometChat

This tutorial shows you how to build an NFT auction site using React, Solidity, and CometChat. We will use React for the front end and Solidity for the smart co

95. How to Build a Blockchain Voting System with React, Solidity, and CometChat

Now, it's time for you to learn the ultimate trick in building a decentralized voting system.

96. How to Create Your Own Collectable Token on RSK Network

RSK is an open source platform for Ethereum compatible smart contracts based on the Bitcoin network.

97. What Are The Benefits Of Having DApps Run 100% On-Chain?

DApps on most blockchains don't run their full applications on chain, which is a problem that needs to be solved to reach true decentralization.

98. How Cross-Chain Oracles Can Enhance the Interoperability of DApps

Panelists speak about their experiences with cross-chain bridges and the complexities that come with interoperability & the role of oracles in multichain

99. The Evolution & Impact of Autonomous Cross-Chain DApps

The next generation of dApps will be autonomous cross-chain applications. Find out why in this presentations from @oraclesummit.

100. Ankr to Provide RPC Support to Optimism Ethereum Layer 2 Scaling Solution

Ankr has joined Optimism, an Ethereum blockchain-based Layer-2 scaling solution, as an RPC (Remote Procedure Call) Using RPCs.

101. Flare Just Airdropped 4.279 Billion Tokens: The Largest Drop in Crypto History

Flare, a layer one blockchain for building applications that utilize data from other chains and the internet, has successfully completed its long-awaited token

102. A Step-by-Step Guide to Authenticating Users in Your DApp with 'Sign in with Ethereum'

Connecting Your Decentralized Application (Dapp) with a Backend: A Step-by-Step Guide.

103. Is Web3 (still) the Internet of the Future?

Simplifying user experience for WEB3 - Check out these tools

104. How to Onboard New Users With Coinbase Wallet

Learn how to make onboarding new users to your web3 dapps easier by using Coinbase Wallet, then see how it's done with the included project and code samples.

105. 7 Consensus Mechanisms Developers Must Know to BUIDL for Web3

Blockchain has replaced 3rd-party trust with decentralized ledgers & the root of decentralized peer-to-peer networks lies in Consensus Mechanisms.

106. A Smart Contract Ecosystem For Plug-n-Play dApp Development

Are you curious to know more details about Bunzz ecosystem?

What are the advantages for users and for contributors?

107. Bite-Sized Blockchain Guides Part 1: What is a Blockchain?

In this series, we will talk about everything from blockchain basics to building a complex DAPP.

108. Exploring the Technical Integration of OpenRTB with a Crypto-Native Advertising Platform

Explore blockchain's potential in digital advertising with OpenRTB integration, on-chain smart contracts, and innovative publisher solutions.

109. How Does Polygon Help Ethereum Scale?

Learn all about the Polygon Proof of Stake sidechain and how it helps Ethereum scale. Then compare Polygon to Ethereum by quickly launching an NFT project.

110. “We Are Cutting Off The Middleman” - Brickken Co-Founder and CEO Edwin Mata Navarro on Tokenization

In a recent interview with an AIBC reporter Jean Michel Azzopardi, Edwin stated that Brickken’s goal is to cut off the middleman and open up access to liquidity

111. How to Send Ethers Programmatically without Metamask

Upon completion, you will have gained a deeper understanding of how to programmatically transmit Ethers and will have a working sample for future reference.

112. Do dApps Have a Place Post-crypto Craze and What are hApps

dApps seem to grab all headlines these days. Let's find out what these are and whether they stand a chance in the post-pandemic future.

113. Introducing dApps and Crypto Exchanges

Crypto exchanges are platforms that allow users to trade cryptocurrencies.

114. A Beginner's Guide to Raffle Draws on the Ethereum Blockchain

we'll take a look at how to create a smart contract that can be used to conduct a raffle draw on the Ethereum blockchain.

115. How to Build an Answer-to-Earn Platform with React, Solidity and CometChat

This tutorial combines blockchain technology, real-time communication, and user-generated content to create an interactive platform that rewards users for their

116. Elon Musk Is Proving the Need For Decentralization: Here's How

A lot of the popular Web3 business models are trying their best not to rely on advertising from brands or the selling of data to stay solvent.

117. 'DappBnB' — How to Create a Web3 Equivalent of AirBnB Using React, Solidity, and CometChat

Are you looking to create a cutting-edge platform that leverages the power of web3 to transform the way people book and share accommodations?

118. Cosmos Hub and Interchain Security—AMA Recap with Billy Rennekamp

The following recap contains the key insights and highlights of the features and upgrades that Billy foresees coming to Cosmos Hub in the short- to mid-term.

119. Reach DAO Project for the Umoja 3 Bounty Hack - Built With Reach

This article would tell the story of my team's participation in the last Umoja Bounty,  the Umoja3 Bounty Hack sponsored by the Algorand Foundation, the African

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