DApps, or Decentralized Applications, are software applications that run on a blockchain network. The main difference between DApps and traditional web applications is that DApps typically do not rely on a centralized server to serve application requests. Instead, each user of the application runs a copy of the app locally on their device and interacts with other users on the network directly.
DApp articles may discuss features such as smart contracts and blockchain-based apps. Additional topics related to DApps include blockchains and app tokens and digital assets.