5 Decentralized App Success Stories [2023]

5 Decentralized App Success Stories [2023]
Start A Decentralized App

Decentralized apps are digital applications that exist and run on the blockchain or peer-to-peer networks of computers instead of on single computers.

Before you build a decentralized app business, it helps to know your competition and trends ushering in the new wave of decentralized Apps. Remember that dApps aren’t an entirely new concept. The new shared trust mechanisms that are cryptographically secured make the modern decentralized apps stand out. The decentralized apps will be more involved in day-to-day living, reducing costs and eliminating third parties from many of our personal and business transactions. In addition, app developers can expect to create dApps with a heavy focus on the metaverse.

Here are some real life success stories of starting a decentralized app:

1. Uni Swap

A fully decentralized protocol for automated liquidity provision on Ethereum

  • Website traffic: 16.1M/month
  • Business rank: #3.94K

Check out their full website ➜

2. Dapp.com

Dapp.com is a one-stop platform for the dapps you’ll love. Explore and enjoy thousands of ranked blockchain games, social network, tools & more built on Ethereum, EOS, STEEM, NEO & TRON.

  • Business rank: #32.4K

Check out their full website ➜

Learn more about starting a decentralized app:

Where to start?

-> How much does it cost to start a decentralized app?
-> Pros and cons of a decentralized app

Need inspiration?

-> Examples of established decentralized app
-> Marketing ideas for a decentralized app

Other resources

4. LBRY

Meet LBRY, a content sharing and publishing platform that is decentralized and owned by its users.

  • Website traffic: 550K/month
  • Business rank: #32.8K

Check out their full website ➜

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