DApps allow for decentralized and trustless interactions between parties, removing the need for intermediaries or middlemen.
DApps often have their own cryptocurrency or token, which is used to facilitate transactions on the platform.
DApps can be used for a wide range of purposes, from gaming to finance to social media.
They are often built on top of existing blockchain platforms, such as Ethereum, and can interact with other decentralized applications and smart contracts on the same network.
DApps are typically open source, meaning anyone can view and contribute to the codebase.