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DApp

(1) (Decentralized APP) An application in a blockchain-based distributed ledger system. Most notably, smart contracts in the Ethereum blockchain are called dApps (see Ethereum).

(2) (Distributed APP) An application that runs in a distributed computing environment. See distributed computing.
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These Blockchain-as-a-service products will enable small businesses, large corporates, and governments to leverage the power and potential of blockchain technology, while simply subscribing to these dapps based on their usage.
If you have an awesome DApp and want instant users, apply to have it listed on App Square today via info@infinitowallet.io.
Study subjects consumed 4.25grams of AppleActiv DAPP daily for 12 weeks, with evaluations at baseline, 2, 4, 8 and 12 weeks.
The correlation between both DAPP versions with the SCL-90-R scales was similar and in some cases the DAPP-90 obtained a lower correlation.
The 1,600 students of UIPS are taught early on about Dubai's Islamic culture and practices under the Dubai Appreciation and Promotion Programme (DAPP).
We name [sup.15]N fractionation estimated in this way 'apparent [sup.15]N fractionation' (Dapp).
The rise in feed prices has also coincided with a fall in the price paid for a finished pig, measured by the Deadweight Average Pig Price (DAPP).
IN A week when the British barbel record has been beaten with a fish of 21lb 2oz from the River Wensum, the Warks Avon best has also fallen, this time to a fabulous 16lb 4oz fish to visiting angler Colin Dapp. Colin braved dreadful weather and fished two rods with PVA bag tactics, tempting the fish on a Oily Crab boilie.
Anthony Dapp, Naval Facilities Expeditionary Logistics Center (NFELC) operations officer.
Tjeerdsma, who moves up from first vice-president of the Association, succeeds outgoing president Scot Dapp of Moravian College.
of Columbus, Kan., 2.1 percent; Jerry Carmichael of Rogers, 1.3 percent; Thomas and Joann Dapp of Springfield, Mo., 1.3 percent; and Gary Kleck of Bentonville, 1 percent.