A first look at blockchain‐based decentralized applications

@article{Wu2021AFL,
  title={A first look at blockchain‐based decentralized applications},
  author={Kaidong Wu and Yun Ma and Gang Huang and Xuanzhe Liu},
  journal={Software: Practice and Experience},
  year={2021},
  volume={51},
  pages={2033 - 2050}
}
With the increasing popularity of blockchain technologies in recent years, blockchain‐based decentralized applications (DApps for short in this paper) have been rapidly developed and widely adopted in many areas, being a hot topic in both academia and industry. Despite of the importance of DApps, we still have quite little understanding of DApps along with its ecosystem. To bridge the knowledge gap, this paper presents the first comprehensive empirical study of blockchain‐based DApps to date… 

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