Probably, this is the most extensive compilation of all dapps aggregators and targeted lists so far
One of the most discussed topics of today is dapps. The issue seems controversial: from evidence in their failure (researches say that ‘86 percent of ETH dapps had zero users today — and 93 percent had no transactions.’; and the Ethereum ecosystem is definitely at gunpoint) to that it is too early to judge and dapps need some more time to thrive.
However, there is a wide range not only of dapps per se but different lists of them as well. We made a comprehensive catalog of dapps lists:
- dapp.com — a comparatively new list of dapps, yet the most elaborated one so far. It embraces products built on Ethereum, EOS, Steem, NEO, and Tron blockchains.
- stateofthedapps.com — is one of the oldest dapp lists. Contains Ethereum, EOS, Steem, GoChain and POA -powered products.
- dappradar.com — not as extensive as the first one, but offers a wide range of products on Ethereum, EOS, and Tron.
- dappfight.com — another option; its unique feature is news and rating for given dapps.
- dappworld.com/en/dapps — a list of Ethereum, EOS, Nebulas -based applications.
- app.co — this portal has an ‘App Mining’ offer. It is an App.co and the Blockstack join initiative. This is not the very ‘mining’, but an incentive for the dapp developers: they can make benefit from creating the best applications — and the dapps list, in its turn, becomes better categorized by industries.
- dapplist.cointelegraph.com — a list of dapps by Cointelegraph. It contains Ethereum-based dapps primarily. It also features protocols (0x, etc.), which is not accurate.
- ratingdapp.net — another rather extensive, but not top-notch accurate list with dapps on Ethereum, Tron, and EOS.
Any aggregator may feature inaccurate data and contain outdated information. In part, you may find inactive or unfinished products there; most likely, those were planning to create a dapp during their ICO campaign, but haven’t succeeded yet.
dappstore.link — a list of Ethereum-based applications, unofficial.
eosforum.org/t/eos-dapp-collection-31-listed-currently/309 — the EOS community doesn’t have a specialized platform for EOS dapps listing, but the dapps thread in one of the most popular one on their official forum.
tron.app — the most comprehensive list of Tron-powered dapps. Wow, we even managed to find some collectibles there (so, not only Ethereum has them).
qtumeco.io/dapps — a list of Qtum-powered applications.
ndapp.org — a list of NEO-powered applications.
alicedapp.com — a platform ‘to build native mobile apps on top of a cryptocurrency wallet.’