About LiquidApps (DAPP)
LiquidApps (DAPP) is a technology company focused on optimizing decentralized development. They have empowered developers and companies with a suite of powerful services running on the first of LiquidApps’ inventions, the DAPP Network, which allows teams to accelerate their development milestones and deliver working products that solve real user problems.
LiquidApps (DAPP) ’ mission is to promote mass scale adoption of decentralized applications (dApps), by introducing a set of technical solutions that make developing on blockchains substantially easier & affordable: the “DAPP Network”.
LiquidApps While blockchain technology increases in both sophistication and awareness, it still remains difficult for people to utilize its potential. One reason for this disconnect is the lack of Decentralized Apps, or dApps which provide critical utility and engaging experiences for mainstream users. “Killer apps” are those which organically grow in usage to the point where a substantial segment of the population uses them on a regular basis – without necessarily having a deep understanding of the underlying technologies (such as the TCP/IP protocols behind the internet).
While consumer applications like CryptoKitties demonstrate the current scaling challenges on platforms like Ethereum, a vibrant ecosystem of developers and dApps continues to evolve. Today, the most popular dApps are in the gaming, online-gambling and exchange categories – but tomorrow, their functionality and reach may be as vast as that of the Internet.
LiquidApps (DAPP) Storage Key Points
|Circulating Supply||709,902,293.76 DAPP|
|Source Code||Click Here To View Source Code|
|Explorers||Click Here To View Explorers|
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|Whitepaper||Click Here To View|
|Official Project Website||Click Here To Visit Project Website|
The DAPP Network
Invented by LiquidApps and enhanced by its community members, the DAPP Network sits on top of base-layer protocols and is the first universal middleware that is used across multiple blockchains. Services from the DAPP Network suite can be seamlessly integrated to enable immortal decentralized applications (dApps) – dApps can customize their “level of decentralization” up to end-to-end decentralized, making them potentially unhackable.
LiquidApps’ motto is “ship code first,” and we’ve been called the “game-changer” that is poised to power the emergence of usable, scalable dApps that can benefit the masses. LiquidApps’ products and services are offered by dozens of DAPP Service Providers (DSPs) around the globe.
The vRAM System
The EOS blockchain represents a significant milestone in the advancement of public blockchains. With a market value of over $2,200,000,000 and approx. 10,000 new accounts added each week (as of Jan 14th, 2019), its sheer processing capability distinguishes it as well positioned to support the next wave of paradigm shifting dApps. The first use of the DAPP Token is built to enhance one of the core functional features of the EOS blockchain, RAM – a resource that is used to store data.
vRAM System Components
The vRAM system is comprised of the following main components:
The DAPP Token: The first utilization of the DAPP Token allows you to interact with RAM as cache memory. An EOS contract can only read and write data from actual RAM. In order to allow additional capacity, vRAM introduces a mechanism to load the data from vRAM to the RAM in a decentralized and trustless manner, using a DAPP Token. The DAPP Token will serve as the application access token to the vRAM system, enabling access and use of the system’s read and write functionality. The DAPP Token does not grant additional rights.
The DAPP Token may be enabled on other blockchains as well and needs to be staked by the dApp developer in order to enable it to use vRAM.
● DAPP Token Smart Contract: Manages the DAPP Tokens’ stakes which are required in order to access the vRAM System and enable its functionality.
● The vRAM Library: Any smart contract which uses vRAM instead of RAM includes the vRAM Library which enables the User Contract to read and write in the same programmatic interface as RAM tables (multi-index tables)