What Is a DApp? Decentralized Applications Explained

What Is a DApp? Decentralized Applications Explained


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Since the 1990s, the internet has been transforming from an exclusive tool to a household necessity. It was groundbreaking when social media and other user-generated content replaced the dot-com bubble.

The World Wide Web went from people creating separate websites for their blogs and business to everyone having an opportunity to post on social media websites accessible to millions of users all over the world. This is why web 2.0 is also called the ‘social web.’

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This includes protocols and tools like JavaScript, HTML and CSS that allowed complex software to operate on the web instead of using the traditional PC apps. This helped users to access many applications for free and avoid taking up space on their computers’

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