Cryptocurrencies still continue to struggle with high volatility and dropping prices. Even though the situation took a positive turn on February 8th, and a small rally is bringing the prices up, it is unclear whether or not it will last, and when the growth might be cut short by the still present bearish influence.
However, when it comes to blockchain technology, the situation is completely different, and many projects dedicated to dApp creation are actually doing rather well on that front. While Ethereum still remains the project with the highest number of available dApps, and TRON is among the most active ones, EOS is doing pretty well also.
While EOS' gambling dApps usually attract the most attention, there are others who are also doing pretty well right now. Let's take a look at the top 10 dApps that are currently dominating this project's blockchain.
PRA CandyBox is a dApp that a lot of EOS supporters tend to use, as the application allows them to regularly claim tokens, once every four hours. The application also supports the pledge of more EPRA tokens, which also increases the users' level. This results in a shorter waiting period between the claims, which eventually brings even more coins to the user.
The dApp is also supported by a number of wallets, including NOVA, 51Token, TockenPocket, EOS MeetOne, IMEOS, Math Wallet, Lynx, OracleChain, and others.
Gaming dApps have also received a lot of attention on pretty much every blockchain that offers them. The gaming community has taken a special liking to the blockchain, as well as cryptocurrencies, which is why EOS' EOSKnights mobile game holds the second rank on the list of most popular projects. The game was launched back in September 2018, and it allows users to create smart contracts by simply playing the game. All of the contracts are stored on the EOS blockchain, like every other transaction.
As mentioned, most of the dApps that are currently taking the spotlight are gambling-related, as most of those who enjoy this activity see a lot of potential in blockchain technology. EOS' PokerKing is near the top, holding the position of the third most popular dApps, as it allows users to play the game no matter where they are at any given time. Besides, thanks to the smart contracts, all of the winnings are secure, and PokerKing's users have a guarantee that they will get their funds.
Another gambling dApp is called Big Game, and it currently holds the position of fourth most popular dApp within EOS' ecosystem. It received a lot of attention, just as other similar dApps due to several reasons, among which is pure convenience.
The app is pretty much a blockchain-based casino which is always accessible, and it currently offers two games — Poker war and Dice, while more games are expected to arrive in the future.
Yet another gambling dApp, EOSBet, also serves as a blockchain-based casino. The app became quite well-known last year, due to the fact that it became the first regulated casino on the blockchain after it got a license from Curaçao. The dApp also aims to improve transparency and trust, but also to bring forth lower fees. The situation seemed great until reports about a hacking attack appeared, although the incident clearly did not scare gamblers away, as this decentralized application remains the fifth most popular one on EOS' blockchain.
FarmEOS is another gambling app where players become shareholders if they place a bet that earns them some of the FARM tokens. The dApp offers seven games at this time, including Farm 3D, Dice, Minefield, Crash, R-S-P, Guess BJ, and Roulette. More games are announced to arrive as well, which makes it clear why this app is within the top 10 in the EOS ecosystem.
As mentioned, gambling dApps are really popular in the crypto world right now, and the seventh spot on EOS' list of most popular apps is yet another one of those, called Fast. The platform is quite popular as it doesn't require investors' personal information in order for them to start betting. As a result, every user gets to keep their privacy, while the EOS coin is the main currency used for betting. Apart from EOS itself, there are also FAST tokens.
EOSHash is also a gambling dApp, but one that allows the simplest forms of betting. We are, of course, talking about the lottery, which remains popular even today, as proven by this dApp. Developers are often calling EOSHash the fairest decentralized casino within the EOS ecosystem, with the lowest house edge, which is at 1.9%.
Stepping away from gambling for a second, there is Karma, a dApp that holds the 9th spot on the list. This dApp wishes to inspire people to do more good in the world by incentivizing beneficial interactions. Karma tokens can be earned by helping those in need, as well as witnessing a good deed of others and validating it. It can also be shared with pretty much anyone who deserves it, which puts it among the nobler crypto use cases.
Finally, there is QuickWin, which is another gambling decentralized application. Its users can win EOS coins or WIN tokens in a lottery-like betting by picking a number combination between 1 and 30. Every 5 minutes, the game reveals 4 out of 7 numbers, and the chance of winning goes up with the more numbers being announced. If the round ends up lacking a clear winner, the coins end up being shared among the players.
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