What is a DApp?

A DApp, or decentralized application, is a type of software application that runs on a decentralized, blockchain-based platform.

Unlike traditional apps, which are typically centralized and controlled by a single entity, DApps are decentralized and often operate on a peer-to-peer network. This means that DApps are not owned or controlled by any single entity, but are instead managed and governed by the network of users who use and interact with the app.

Some common features of DApps include the use of smart contracts and other blockchain-based technologies to enable trustless, secure interactions, the ability to use and manage digital assets and tokens, and the use of decentralized governance mechanisms to allow users to have a say in the direction and development of the app.

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