Browsing the "DApps" Tag

Why ‘Mainstream Adoption’ Is an Unfair Success Metric for Dapps

| Coleman Maher

We are way too early for “mainstream adoption” to be a sensible success metric for dapps, says Coleman Maher.

ether, ethereum

Decentralized Exchanges: 2019’s Key to a Dapp Comeback

| David Lu

A class of dapp that we should all be excited about in the short term is the decentralized exchanges, says 256 Ventures' David Lu.

light, glitter

2018 Was the Reality Check. 2019 Starts the Crypto Comeback

| Micah Winkelspecht

In this op-ed, Micah Winkelspecht explains why he believes that 2019 will see the return of bitcoin dominance after 2018's reality checks.

Blockchain Gaming: Separating Signal from the Noise

| Devin Finzer

Games frequently serve as an experimental playground for new technology, writes Devin Finzer.

blueprint

2019: The Year We Might (Finally) See Better Blockchain UX?

| Ouriel Ohayon

In this op-ed, Ouriel Ohayon argues why 2019 will be the year blockchain UX sees a new level of priority among developers and companies.

3 Conflicts That Will Shape Blockchain Tech in 2019

| Arwen Smit

Three areas of conflict are taking shape in the crypto space and 2019 will see them unleashed in full force, says MintBit's Arwen Smit.

Beyond CryptoKitties: 10 Trends That Defined the Year in Crypto Gaming

| Brian Flynn

From advances in art trading to setbacks for celebrities on the blockchain, it was a year of serious building for the crypto collectable market.

What Happened to Dapps? (And 4 Other Big Questions for Ethereum in 2019)

| Kosala Hemachandra

Ethereum may have caught the world's attention but it needs to answer fundamental questions before being able to deliver on its promise.

A Middle Way Forward for Blockchain

| Henrik Hjelte

"Not too little. Not too much. Just right.” Chromaway's CEO gives his take on why the Swedish saying may be key to unlocking blockchain's potential.

Blockstack Won’t Need to Sell Bitcoin or Ether to Survive Crypto Winter

| Leigh Cuen

Blockstack limited its access to funds raised last year, so it couldn't spend faster than it gained traction. Now that's paying off.