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Decentralized Applications (DApps) are software applications that operate on blockchain networks using decentralized technology principles. Unlike traditional applications that rely on centralized servers, DApps utilize blockchain's distributed architecture to function. DApps encompass a wide range of applications, including financial services, games, social platforms. They often leverage smart contracts, which are self-executing code deployed on the blockchain, to automate processes and enable trustless interactions between participants. DApps benefit from blockchain's security, transparency, and immutability features, aiming to create more open and censorship-resistant digital experiences. While DApps offer several advantages, they also face challenges related to scalability, user experience, and integration with existing systems.

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Solarplex is a Web3 social media dapp that is built on the Solana blockchain. It has a voting system, similar to reddit.

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