What decentralized app do you use the most?

Decentralized apps rise but a lot of them are still under-used, which one do you guys use?

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I don’t know if this is what you mean, because it’s not on the blockchain, but I really love the Mastodon social network.

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I love Mastodon too! I wish there was more content, comparable to Twitter. Which servers do you use? Do you know some that are more active? I’m especially curious about tech, news, and politics channels.

I’d count Mastodon as decentralized. I mean, it’s a federated network, but it’s partially decentralized, right? That should count. :slight_smile:

I have to mention: one blockchain-based app I’m keeping an eye on is David Chaum’s Elixxir project. David Chaum laid the foundation for digital currency in the 80s – he is a crypto legend in my mind, and I can’t wait to see what he and his team have created.

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Sense.chat
Civic
Brave browser (kind of a dApp w/ BAT token)

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Brave, web browser
Signal, text + video

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Definitely following this thread to see if I get to learn about so new ones to follow. I like the spirit behind Steem and WhatsAround.

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A content website that is interesting would be https://beta.cent.co/
You can invest in articles (like a VC invests in startups) that you think will top the chart and uses Ethereum coin for incentives.

I really like the Brave Browser, pretty stable Dapp that is getting more and more mainstream.

I also use the Pareto.Network, still in its infancy but has a pretty solid use case in my opinion.

These are the only two I actually use, other Dapps I just follow their development for now.

https://compound.finance/
https://makerdao.com/en/

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