Decentralised applications are collections of smart contracts that are working together which allow their users to interact with each other directly without a middleman or a central server. Since there is no middleman, the user data is safely secured on the blockchain. Decentralised applications, also known as DAPPS/Dapps/dApps, live on blockchains, and they are not owned or controlled by any company or entity.
Articles in this section
- What is Ethereum?
- What is Ether (ETH)?
- What are the purposes of Ether?
- Who created Ethereum?
- Ethereum story in a nutshell
- What is the difference between Ethereum and Bitcoin?
- What is a smart contract?
- What are decentralised applications (dApps)?
- What are the benefits of Decentralised Applications?
- What is a DAO?