Decentralized Applications (DApps)

Definition of a DApp

Decentralized Applications (DApps) have an open source code and use a blockchain as the DApp platform. Such apps or applications do not run on a central server, but are distributed and decentralized on several nodes. DApps have either their own cryptocurrency or a token to reward users for providing computing power that is essential for distributed applications to function. Coins are generated either by a mining algorithm or by a smart contract token, which is then circulated via an ICO, token sale, or DAICO.

DApps on the Burst blockchain

The Burst blockchain already offers a multitude of functions out-of-the box which DApp developers can use:

Combining and using this basic infrastructure can lead to infinite possibilities for DApp development on the Burst platform.

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