Ethereum vs EOS: Which Blockchain for dApps is Better?

Dapps (Decentralized Applications)

Decentralized Applications (dapps) are the next paradigm shift in the cryptocurrency scene. https://lisk.io/
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Ethereum

Next-generation platform for decentralised applications.
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Ethereum Development and DApps

Ethereum-related dev talk: Contracts, DApps, Wallets, Clients, Infrastructure, Tooling, UIs, Patterns, and others.
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#DidYouKnow عندما يكون أي من منافذ #dApp✅ #Ethereum إلى $ Matic ، ❤🔥🚀🔥 يحتاج #Developer إلى تغيير طفيف في التعليمات البرمجية. ولدى مالك dApp 🔥 ربحًا أكبر حيث أن المعاملات سريعة وأقل تكلفة وتكلفة #NFT للسك منخفضة جدًا. يكتشف #PortToMatic maticnetwork ❤🔥

#DidYouKnow عندما يكون أي من منافذ #dApp✅ #Ethereum إلى $ Matic ، ❤🔥🚀🔥 يحتاج #Developer إلى تغيير طفيف في التعليمات البرمجية. ولدى مالك dApp 🔥 ربحًا أكبر حيث أن المعاملات سريعة وأقل تكلفة وتكلفة #NFT للسك منخفضة جدًا. يكتشف #PortToMatic maticnetwork ❤🔥 submitted by Matic-Arabic1 to u/Matic-Arabic1 [link] [comments]

[24h users]: What kind of dapps, Ethereum users, are using the most?

[24h users]: What kind of dapps, Ethereum users, are using the most?

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The majority of Ethereum users are choosing dapps that belong to Games and Exchanges categories.
Are you interested in LIVE data of dapps running on Ethereum? Check the rankings here.
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Команда MetaMask объявила о развёртывании обновления 8-й версии своего знаменитого кошелька. https://twitter.com/metamask_io/status/1278698818876260352?s=20 Мало кто в криптоиндустрии не знает MetaMask: это расширение для браузера, предназначенное для доступа к экосистеме dApp Ethereum.

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[dApp] Ethereum Snake and Ladders

[dApp] Ethereum Snake and Ladders
Enjoy playing the original game of Snakes and Ladders on the Ethereum Blockchain.
https://ethsnakes.github.io/


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We did this game with a lot of care and love for the game. Have fun!
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[dApp] Ethereum Snake and Ladders

[dApp] Ethereum Snake and Ladders
Enjoy playing the original game of Snakes and Ladders on the Ethereum Blockchain.
https://ethsnakes.github.io/


https://preview.redd.it/p5sbj6eulgg41.png?width=1350&format=png&auto=webp&s=0cfffc6a41a8c0a8945c92e48660fb0042961448
We did this game with a lot of care and love for the game. Have fun!
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[dApp] Ethereum Snake and Ladders

[dApp] Ethereum Snake and Ladders submitted by cryptoallbot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

В 2019 году число пользователей DApps Ethereum увеличилось на 900%

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Tron Surpasses EOS for Active Dapps, Ethereum Still Dominates

Tron Surpasses EOS for Active Dapps, Ethereum Still Dominates submitted by scgco to GGCrypto [link] [comments]

TRON Overtakes EOS for Active DApps: Ethereum Still in the Lead

TRON Overtakes EOS for Active DApps: Ethereum Still in the Lead submitted by paulemmanuelng to CryptoCurrencies [link] [comments]

Tron Surpasses EOS for Active Dapps, Ethereum's Still Dominates

Tron Surpasses EOS for Active Dapps, Ethereum's Still Dominates submitted by CryptoCrunchApp to CryptoCrunchApp [link] [comments]

@gliaICU: Ropsten Testnet Pixelicu # 86 created by Uncle Hootie Sunday, December 29, 2019 7:17 PM. Check out more at https://t.co/VUvMWiH7QZ #ansiart #dapp #ethereum #blockchain #pixelart #demoscene https://t.co/4L41jxZfa7

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TRON Overtakes EOS for Active DApps: Ethereum Still in the Lead

TRON Overtakes EOS for Active DApps: Ethereum Still in the Lead submitted by paulemmanuelng to CryptoMarkets [link] [comments]

@gliaICU: Ropsten Testnet Pixelicu # 88 created by Lawnmower Man Monday, December 30, 2019 4:50 PM. Check out more at https://t.co/VUvMWiH7QZ #ansiart #dapp #ethereum #blockchain #pixelart #demoscene https://t.co/M5vEpLo5SG

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Building dApps: Ethereum, EOS, and Ebakus

Building dApps: Ethereum, EOS, and Ebakus submitted by sandrozc to decentralization [link] [comments]

Building dApps: Ethereum, EOS, and Ebakus

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Building dApps: Ethereum, EOS, and Ebakus

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Building dApps: Ethereum, EOS, and Ebakus

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Building dApps: Ethereum, EOS, and Ebakus

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Building dApps: Ethereum, EOS, and Ebakus

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I built a new Dapp. Ethereum + Quora + Reddit + Steemit. Introducing WEIWARDit. A blockchain based social platform that rewards you Ether for your answers.

Hi all,
I would like to put forward to the community a new Dapp that I have been working on. Essentially, it is Quora + Reddit, with Ethereum built right into it.
The name of the platform is WEIWARDit. The name is a play on the words WEI (the smallest unit of Ether) and 'reward/reddit'.
http://www.weiwardit.com
The platform allows users to ask questions, and the community to reward answers with tips in units of Ether.
The platform can be used as a way to find answers. It can be used as a form of income for others. The smallest tip amount is 1 WEI + gas. There is no maximum tip amount.
Answers to questions can be rewarded an Ether tip. This allows people to respond to questions posed on the platform and be paid Ether for their response.
The basic idea of the platform, is that sometimes it can be hard to find the answer to a question through the typical channels online. Perhaps you need the answer quickly, perhaps you need an answer pertaining to a very particular subject. Perhaps the only way to get a (good) answer is to incentivize it.
WEIWARDit enables the people asking questions (and community at large) to reward answers in the form of Ether units. It also allows the people that are answering the questions to immediately withdraw the Ether tips they have received for answering questions.
Currently, the platform only exists on Morden testnet. There is no real Ether being exchanged. This is a pre-alpha release and as such, there is still a lot of work to do.
What I did want to do was just announce WEIWARDit to the community, and to begin a feedback loop on what you think of the platform, what features you would like to see added etc and so-forth.
I also need to just disclaim that this project is not entirely an exercise in decentralization. The core of the platform runs off mySQL DB (posts, comments). The financial layer of the platform is running entirely on the Ethereum protocol via a simple smart-contract.
I have been in talks with various members of the Ethereum developer community, in regards to safety of the smart contract and I have only had good feedback so far. A lot of lessons have been learnt since the DAO.
I would also like to mention, that you are free to join now on the testnet version at http://weiwardit.com but please, be aware that this is only a pre-alpha release and as such any accounts that you create may not make it to the alpha release. This release is in no way meant to be a complete platform, and in fact is only a MVP.
I would hope to hear feedback from the community here at ethereum. Good or bad, all is welcome and will be taken on board for the alpha release and eventual ICO (details to be confirmed).
You can follow the progress on twitter or PM me your email and/or comment below to show your interest in receiving future updates.
Also, only registered users can ask a question, reply, upvote. However, anybody can tip any answer, a user just needs to be synced to Morden in order to send a tip, as per the 'About' page.
I also just want to re-iterate that this is only a pre-alpha release version running on Morden testnet only. No real Ether is at stake. Feel free to use the platform to ask for testnet Ether as a test etc etc. Please also try to break it. There are a few issues which I am familar with, which are still work in progress. Tagging of posts is also yet to be added.
I want to stress, this is all a work in progress, but progress towards hopefully what can be a useful tool, built on top of the Ethereum protocol.
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Building dApps: Ethereum, EOS, and Ebakus

Building dApps: Ethereum, EOS, and Ebakus

https://preview.redd.it/o2w7bg8po7731.jpg?width=1000&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=83fb8f1d48e255289f7b98f62d13f7dace5ada50
Have you ever considered Bitcoin as a dApp? If you think about it Bitcoin is an awesome MVP idea to showcase a trust-less decentralized application technology. Its basic use cases are easy enough to implement and by getting value through markets without getting hacked and proving its resilience to other types of attacks, it clearly demonstrates the security such a technology can provide without using trusted parties. So what else can we decentralize?
“If you think about it Bitcoin is an awesome MVP idea to showcase a trust-less decentralized application technology”
An array of dApps come to mind but as someone explores the technology they soon find out that it comes with several limitations and peculiarities. In this article we analyze the most prominent blockchain protocols right now for dApp development and ebakus. Ebakus is a new blockchain we have been working on for a couple of years where we try to combine the best attributes of the above solutions. Along with our additions we help developers build decentralized applications that are usable and accessible, like their centralized counterparts.

Ethereum
Consensus: POW
Latency: 15sec
Finality : N/A
Throughput: 25 transactions/sec
Write requirements: token balance to pay for transaction fees
Description:
Ethereum is the most popular smart contracts platform and a pioneer in blockchain technology as it was the blockchain that introduced the smart contracts concept. Ethereum introducing a Turing complete scripting language, Solidity, allows developers to deploy immutable, unstoppable programs without having to worry about consensus and networking. Ethereum’s smart contracts introduced the Operating System concept for the blockchain and was initially marketed as the decentralized trust-less world computer.

https://preview.redd.it/gdzttvnro7731.jpg?width=1500&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=bc712d872fadbfa77d23542624ae8a77765c7815
Developing on Ethereum
Ethereum uses Solidity as its scripting language, which is a high level programming language for smart contracts. As it has a been around for a while, there is strong community support and complimentary infrastructure software produced by the community to help developers build and deploy their contracts.
Deploying a smart contract on ethereum is limited to the gas needed which is usually quite cheap when compared to other platforms. From deployment and onwards there are no maintenance costs or capability for updating the smart contracts as they are immutable and cannot be stopped or reversed without a fork. A thing missing from ethereum is a way to perform data operations for large datasets.
Why use it
Ethereum has high latency (15sec) and frequently enough issues with orphaned blocks which further increase latency as several confirmations are required until a state change can be trusted. It also has low throughput (25Tx/s) and it needs the client to pay transaction fees of variable cost for every transaction that changes the state of the blockchain. These restrictions hinder usability and thus make it a bad choice for use cases where parts of the business logic running on ethereum involve frequent user interaction.
Since ETH is quite popular, ethereum’s smart contracts are immutable by design and POW consensus is generally trusted by the community, ethereum is ideal for running ICOs, STOs and NFTs.

EOS
Consensus: DPOS
Latency: 0.5sec
Finality : 85–90sec
Throughput: 4000+ transactions/sec
Write requirements: token balance to stake towards resources
Description:
EOS is a much younger protocol than ethereum that grows rapidly as the platform of choice for dApps due to its low latency of 0.5s, high throughput and free transaction system. EOS uses delegated Proof of Stake (DPOS) consensus that allows it to reach this performance. It’s led by Dan Larimer who proposed and implemented successfully the DPOS algorithm in his previous projects Bitshares and Steem. In EOS there are three resources; RAM that is used for storage, CPU for computation and Network for bandwidth. By staking(locking) EOS towards CPU and network for a minimum of three days, this appoints a percentage of said resource pro rata to the total supply with the usage resetting every three days. To acquire RAM, that serves as the storage in EOS, users have to buy it at market price.
“Due to its low latency, high throughput, database and the capability for free transactions, EOS is one of the best platforms today to build dApps”

https://preview.redd.it/rhvkqx5to7731.jpg?width=1500&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=3da5feb1081000e48871242282dc52b21165f743
Developing on EOS
EOS uses C++ as its smart contracts programming language and also has webasm support. C++ is a low level system language, which while being quite powerful, it also is hard for developers to pickup or transition to from Solidity and other high level programming languages that are commonly used today. On the other hand EOS provides a database and allows developers to update their contracts if they need to. In EOS storage as a resource is RAM where price is determined by the market. In order to deploy your contract, you need to have 10x the contract size available in your account, which can amount to significant costs. Additionally depending on how the contract was designed, it may need developers to actively manage RAM and the other two resources of the EOS protocol, CPU and Network by staking enough EOS tokens just to keep the smart contract responsive. Even though the developer can choose to drop their keys for a contract, in EOS smart contracts are not immutable by default and may or may not be maintenance free and unstoppable. In EOS developers also have the capability to pay for their users resources that lowers the bar for user adoption but drastically increases the cost for developers.
Why use it
Due to its low latency, high throughput, database and the capability for free transactions, EOS is one of the best platforms today to build dApps, where users interact directly with business logic handled by the blockchain.
However its positives, EOS still problematic for user adoption. New accounts can only be created by an existing EOS account that has to cover the cost of RAM needed to store the new account object. In order for an account to interact with a smart contract powered dApp it needs to have enough EOS tokens staked towards CPU and Network and even though there are solutions that reduce these costs, they are not being eliminated any time soon. Users are used to interact hassle and cost free with applications and even though EOS enables dApps to feel as interactive with centralized counterparts it performs worse than ethereum in user onboarding.

Ebakus
Consensus: DPOS
Latency: 1sec
Finality : 85–90sec
Throughput: 23000+ transactions/sec
Write requirements: transaction fees through Proof of Work
Description
Ebakus is the protocol we propose to improve developers experience, while enabling them to reach mass adoption by building usable and accessible dApps. Ebakus uses the DPOS consensus algorithm that allows it to keep low latency while retaining high throughput. Its main novelty is that it doesn’t need a token balance to interact with its blockchain, which in other solutions it was found to be a key blocking point for on boarding new users. Instead in ebakus transaction fees are paid through proof of work; in order for the client to send a transaction they perform low difficulty POW and include it in the transaction object. If the POW difficulty is higher or equal to the one required by the network, the tx gets included in the next block. To mitigate spam Network transaction difficulty adjusts based on network congestion. To allow less powerful clients to interact, they can optionally acquire EBK tokens and stake them so their transaction can get included with lower difficulty. This novelty allows transaction fees to be transparent to the users as the resource used to pay for transaction fees is CPU time that exists in abundance in user’s computers. Additionally ebakus provides developers with an embeddable version of its wallet that can be embedded in the dApp and make the blockchain part completely transparent to the users.
“Ebakus is ideal for dApps that have a lot of user interaction and want to reach large audiences”

https://preview.redd.it/l5xbh3suo7731.jpg?width=1500&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=a324eb4ef63e4668560a825bd82696ac0f90041e
Developing on ebakus
Ebakus uses solidity as its smart contracts scripting language and it also retains the same API as Ethereum. This way everything built on or for Ethereum can very easily work with ebakus. Additionally ebakus extends Solidity with ebakusDB, a schema driven transactional database that makes handling large datasets very easy and cheap. By building on existing knowledge and modernizing it with ebakusDB, it really helps developers onboard with minimum learning curve and enjoy the low latency and high throughput that ebakus provides. Additionally not requiring a token balance to interact with ebakus based dApps allows them to reach larger audiences than any other solution and monetize their dApps easier.
(you can read more on how ebakus enables mass adoption in our post https://medium.com/ebakus/ebakus-focusing-on-mass-adoption-b32636c0abb4)

https://preview.redd.it/shvvxhvvo7731.jpg?width=1000&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=c1162c42821df6b951e49fb76e47239f35a4b47a
Why use it
Ebakus is ideal for dApps that have a lot of user interaction and want to reach large audiences. Reducing the friction enables them to market their dApps to conventional audiences without experiencing huge drop offs, all while remaining completely decentralized and secure. Ebakus is ideal for ethereum developers, that have built their dApps on ethereum and cannot compete with EOS dApps, as it enables them migrate with minimum effort and remain competitive.

https://preview.redd.it/tn11dcuwo7731.jpg?width=1000&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=d50aa21c6000e05aafe19757c49baa4be23efc8f
If you are a developer working on a dApp and like us find these limitations are holding you back, stop reading and go check out Ebakus. On our website you will find our boilerplate and relevant documentation to get you started and you are always within reach on our discord and telegram channels.
General Information*:*
Homepage
Whitepaper
Discord
Telegram
Originally published at https://medium.com/ebakus on June 28, 2019.
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Building dApps: Ethereum, EOS, and Ebakus

Building dApps: Ethereum, EOS, and Ebakus
https://preview.redd.it/9gove053p7731.jpg?width=1000&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=3ff69ff36e2e1af401456628c618f32a004115f4
Have you ever considered Bitcoin as a dApp? If you think about it Bitcoin is an awesome MVP idea to showcase a trust-less decentralized application technology. Its basic use cases are easy enough to implement and by getting value through markets without getting hacked and proving its resilience to other types of attacks, it clearly demonstrates the security such a technology can provide without using trusted parties. So what else can we decentralize?
“If you think about it Bitcoin is an awesome MVP idea to showcase a trust-less decentralized application technology”
An array of dApps come to mind but as someone explores the technology they soon find out that it comes with several limitations and peculiarities. In this article we analyze the most prominent blockchain protocols right now for dApp development and ebakus. Ebakus is a new blockchain we have been working on for a couple of years where we try to combine the best attributes of the above solutions. Along with our additions we help developers build decentralized applications that are usable and accessible, like their centralized counterparts.

Ethereum
Consensus: POW
Latency: 15sec
Finality : N/A
Throughput: 25 transactions/sec
Write requirements: token balance to pay for transaction fees
Description:
Ethereum is the most popular smart contracts platform and a pioneer in blockchain technology as it was the blockchain that introduced the smart contracts concept. Ethereum introducing a Turing complete scripting language, Solidity, allows developers to deploy immutable, unstoppable programs without having to worry about consensus and networking. Ethereum’s smart contracts introduced the Operating System concept for the blockchain and was initially marketed as the decentralized trust-less world computer.

https://preview.redd.it/ele1cg04p7731.jpg?width=1500&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=2b3f724d1c9dbce60e5601d335d5a18a68c74b25
Developing on Ethereum
Ethereum uses Solidity as its scripting language, which is a high level programming language for smart contracts. As it has a been around for a while, there is strong community support and complimentary infrastructure software produced by the community to help developers build and deploy their contracts.
Deploying a smart contract on ethereum is limited to the gas needed which is usually quite cheap when compared to other platforms. From deployment and onwards there are no maintenance costs or capability for updating the smart contracts as they are immutable and cannot be stopped or reversed without a fork. A thing missing from ethereum is a way to perform data operations for large datasets.
Why use it
Ethereum has high latency (15sec) and frequently enough issues with orphaned blocks which further increase latency as several confirmations are required until a state change can be trusted. It also has low throughput (25Tx/s) and it needs the client to pay transaction fees of variable cost for every transaction that changes the state of the blockchain. These restrictions hinder usability and thus make it a bad choice for use cases where parts of the business logic running on ethereum involve frequent user interaction.
Since ETH is quite popular, ethereum’s smart contracts are immutable by design and POW consensus is generally trusted by the community, ethereum is ideal for running ICOs, STOs and NFTs.

EOS
Consensus: DPOS
Latency: 0.5sec
Finality : 85–90sec
Throughput: 4000+ transactions/sec
Write requirements: token balance to stake towards resources
Description:
EOS is a much younger protocol than ethereum that grows rapidly as the platform of choice for dApps due to its low latency of 0.5s, high throughput and free transaction system. EOS uses delegated Proof of Stake (DPOS) consensus that allows it to reach this performance. It’s led by Dan Larimer who proposed and implemented successfully the DPOS algorithm in his previous projects Bitshares and Steem. In EOS there are three resources; RAM that is used for storage, CPU for computation and Network for bandwidth. By staking(locking) EOS towards CPU and network for a minimum of three days, this appoints a percentage of said resource pro rata to the total supply with the usage resetting every three days. To acquire RAM, that serves as the storage in EOS, users have to buy it at market price.
“Due to its low latency, high throughput, database and the capability for free transactions, EOS is one of the best platforms today to build dApps”

https://preview.redd.it/abt2ugz5p7731.jpg?width=1500&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=14110b1f864c7ebcd5a108e987e63885501a0b36
Developing on EOS
EOS uses C++ as its smart contracts programming language and also has webasm support. C++ is a low level system language, which while being quite powerful, it also is hard for developers to pickup or transition to from Solidity and other high level programming languages that are commonly used today. On the other hand EOS provides a database and allows developers to update their contracts if they need to. In EOS storage as a resource is RAM where price is determined by the market. In order to deploy your contract, you need to have 10x the contract size available in your account, which can amount to significant costs. Additionally depending on how the contract was designed, it may need developers to actively manage RAM and the other two resources of the EOS protocol, CPU and Network by staking enough EOS tokens just to keep the smart contract responsive. Even though the developer can choose to drop their keys for a contract, in EOS smart contracts are not immutable by default and may or may not be maintenance free and unstoppable. In EOS developers also have the capability to pay for their users resources that lowers the bar for user adoption but drastically increases the cost for developers.
Why use it
Due to its low latency, high throughput, database and the capability for free transactions, EOS is one of the best platforms today to build dApps, where users interact directly with business logic handled by the blockchain.
However its positives, EOS still problematic for user adoption. New accounts can only be created by an existing EOS account that has to cover the cost of RAM needed to store the new account object. In order for an account to interact with a smart contract powered dApp it needs to have enough EOS tokens staked towards CPU and Network and even though there are solutions that reduce these costs, they are not being eliminated any time soon. Users are used to interact hassle and cost free with applications and even though EOS enables dApps to feel as interactive with centralized counterparts it performs worse than ethereum in user onboarding.

Ebakus
Consensus: DPOS
Latency: 1sec
Finality : 85–90sec
Throughput: 23000+ transactions/sec
Write requirements: transaction fees through Proof of Work
Description
Ebakus is the protocol we propose to improve developers experience, while enabling them to reach mass adoption by building usable and accessible dApps. Ebakus uses the DPOS consensus algorithm that allows it to keep low latency while retaining high throughput. Its main novelty is that it doesn’t need a token balance to interact with its blockchain, which in other solutions it was found to be a key blocking point for on boarding new users. Instead in ebakus transaction fees are paid through proof of work; in order for the client to send a transaction they perform low difficulty POW and include it in the transaction object. If the POW difficulty is higher or equal to the one required by the network, the tx gets included in the next block. To mitigate spam Network transaction difficulty adjusts based on network congestion. To allow less powerful clients to interact, they can optionally acquire EBK tokens and stake them so their transaction can get included with lower difficulty. This novelty allows transaction fees to be transparent to the users as the resource used to pay for transaction fees is CPU time that exists in abundance in user’s computers. Additionally ebakus provides developers with an embeddable version of its wallet that can be embedded in the dApp and make the blockchain part completely transparent to the users.
“Ebakus is ideal for dApps that have a lot of user interaction and want to reach large audiences”

https://preview.redd.it/shbaoet6p7731.jpg?width=1500&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=a69b7b244c62aea7c7350d0f2cd726bfbbc64b8a
Developing on ebakus
Ebakus uses solidity as its smart contracts scripting language and it also retains the same API as Ethereum. This way everything built on or for Ethereum can very easily work with ebakus. Additionally ebakus extends Solidity with ebakusDB, a schema driven transactional database that makes handling large datasets very easy and cheap. By building on existing knowledge and modernizing it with ebakusDB, it really helps developers onboard with minimum learning curve and enjoy the low latency and high throughput that ebakus provides. Additionally not requiring a token balance to interact with ebakus based dApps allows them to reach larger audiences than any other solution and monetize their dApps easier.
(you can read more on how ebakus enables mass adoption in our post https://medium.com/ebakus/ebakus-focusing-on-mass-adoption-b32636c0abb4)

https://preview.redd.it/eoaw3mi7p7731.jpg?width=1000&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=9228209ae3e1c04bd896682cf3caa9f39335ead1
Why use it
Ebakus is ideal for dApps that have a lot of user interaction and want to reach large audiences. Reducing the friction enables them to market their dApps to conventional audiences without experiencing huge drop offs, all while remaining completely decentralized and secure. Ebakus is ideal for ethereum developers, that have built their dApps on ethereum and cannot compete with EOS dApps, as it enables them migrate with minimum effort and remain competitive.

https://preview.redd.it/wamltdz7p7731.jpg?width=1000&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=ee79a469a66b78f04668088d93d23261b69e3a17
If you are a developer working on a dApp and like us find these limitations are holding you back, stop reading and go check out Ebakus. On our website you will find our boilerplate and relevant documentation to get you started and you are always within reach on our discord and telegram channels.
General Information*:*
Homepage
Whitepaper
Discord
Telegram
Originally published at https://medium.com/ebakus on June 28, 2019.
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The Ethereum Network. While Bitcoin paved the way for cryptocurrencies and the blockchain technology, Ethereum was the one that first showed everyone the true potential of blockchain technology. Ethereum allowed developers from all over the world to run their Dapps on top of their platform. ethereum developers can code smart contracts on Ethereum, which serves as the blueprint for the Dapp. Dapps on Ethereum are web applications backed by Ethereum smart contracts. Instead of using a centralized server or database, these applications rely on the blockchain as a backend for program logic and storage. This leads to potentially unstoppable applications: anyone can deploy a copy of the frontend, and freely connect it to the public ... Ethereum is undoubtedly the king of smart contracts and DApps. At present, it hosts more than 90% of the world’s DApps and smart contracts, a number which is only expected to grow. For the uninitiated, DApps are decentralized applications where no single entity has the power to control that app because it is deployed on a distributed ledger ... Browse through top Ethereum dapps of 9 categories including game, gambling, decentralized exchange, defi, decentralized social network, blockchain marketplace, blockchain utilities, high-risk dapps and others. Top Ethereum dapps ranked by active users, transaction, volume and dapp.com score. You can use filter to choose “New Dapps”, “Token”, “24 hours”, “7 days”, and “ 30 ... Ethereum is a DApp, it tick all the boxes from the criterias listed in the above definition; Smart contracts: don't have to be Open Source, do they? so no, smart contracts are not a DApp. Unless I miss something. ... Dapps are applications built using Decentralized technologies such as Blockchain, IPFS.

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Ethereum is struggling to scale because it uses proof of work consensus. Things have grown considerably since then and so have the number of dApps and transactions. 🤑Learn how to become a highly paid blockchain dev: http://www.dappuniversity.com/bootcamp 🔴Subscribe to this channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCY0xL8... Link to Embark Dapp Framework: https://github.com/iurimatias/embark-framework I created a Slack channel for us, sign up here: https://wizards.herokuapp.com/ ... How Dapps Work in 2018 ~ "Dawn of the Dapps" - Duration: 6:55. Mainframe 34,707 views. ... Best Ethereum Use-cases according to Vitalik - Duration: 10:00. Zen Crypto 1,771 views. SUBSCRIBE TO THIS CHANNEL For more videos on how to build decentralized applications on The Ethereum Blockchain: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCY0xL8V...

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