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Ethereum Ecosystem Overview | Top 200 Project Built on Ethereum (ETH)

In this article, you'll learn Ethereum, Ethereum Ecosystem Overview | Top 200 Project Built on Ethereum (ETH)

1. What is Ethereum?

Ethereum is a blockchain-based computing platform that enables developers to build and deploy decentralized applications—meaning not run by a centralized authority. You can create a decentralized application for which the participants of that particular application are the decision-making authority.

Ethereum Features

  • Ether: This is Ethereum’s cryptocurrency.
  • Smart contracts: Ethereum allows the development and deployment of these types of contracts.
  • Ethereum Virtual Machine: Ethereum provides the underlying technology—the architecture and the software—that understands smart contracts and allows you to interact with it.
  • Decentralized applications (Dapps): A decentralized application is called a Dapp (also spelled DAPP, App, or DApp) for short. Ethereum allows you to create consolidated applications, called decentralized applications.
  • Decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs): Ethereum allows you to create these for democratic decision-making.

These are Ethereum’s essential features. Before going deep into the Ethereum tutorial, let’s discuss each of these features in more detail.

1.1. Ether

Ether (ETH) is Ethereum’s cryptocurrency. It is the fuel that runs the network. It is used to pay for the computational resources and the transaction fees for any transaction executed on the Ethereum network. Like Bitcoins, ether is a peer-to-peer currency. Apart from being used to pay for transactions, ether is also used to buy gas, which is used to pay for the computation of any transaction made on the Ethereum network.

Also, if you want to deploy a contract on Ethereum, you will need gas, and you would have to pay for that gas in ether. So gas is the execution fee paid by a user for running a transaction in Ethereum. Ether can be utilized for building decentralized applications, building smart contracts, and making regular peer-to-peer payments.

1.2. Smart Contracts

Smart contracts are revolutionizing how traditional contracts work, which is why you need to use the tutorial to become more familiar with them. A smart contract is a simple computer program that facilitates the exchange of any asset between two parties. It could be money, shares, property, or any other digital asset that you want to exchange. Anyone on the Ethereum network can create these contracts. The contract consists primarily of the terms and conditions mutually agreed on between the parties (peers).

The smart contract’s primary feature is that once it is executed, it cannot be altered, and any transaction done on top of a smart contract is registered permanently—it is immutable. So even if you modify the smart contract in the future, the transactions correlated with the original contract will not get altered; you cannot edit them.

The verification process for the smart contracts is carried out by anonymous parties in the network without the need for a centralized authority, and that’s what makes any smart contract execution on Ethereum a decentralized execution.

The transfer of any asset or currency is done in a transparent and trustworthy manner, and the identities of the two entities are secure on the Ethereum network. Once the transaction is successfully done, the accounts of the sender and receiver are updated accordingly, and in this way, it generates trust between the parties.

  • Smart Contracts Vs. Traditional Contract Systems

In conventional contract systems, you sign an agreement, then you trust and hire a third party for its execution. The problem is that in this type of process, data tampering is possible. With smart contracts, the agreement is coded in a program.

A centralized authority does not verify the result; it is confirmed by the participants on the Ethereum blockchain-based network. Once a contract is executed, the transaction is registered and cannot be altered or tampered, so it removes the risk of any data manipulation or alteration.

Let’s take an example in which someone named Zack has given a contract of $500 to someone named Elsa for developing his company’s website. The developers code the agreement of the smart contract using Ethereum’s programming language.

The smart contract has all the conditions (requirements) for building the website. Once the code is written, it is uploaded and deployed on the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM).

EVM is a runtime compiler to execute a smart contract. Once the code is deployed on the EVM, every participant on the network has a copy of the contract. When Elsa submits the work on Ethereum for evaluation, each node on the Ethereum network will evaluate and confirm whether the result given by Elsa has been done as per the coding requirements.

Once the result is approved and verified, the contract worth $500 will be self-executed, and the payment will be paid to Elsa in ether. Zack’s account will be automatically debited, and Elsa will be credited with $500 in ether.

1.3. Ethereum Virtual Machine

EVM, as mentioned above in this Ethereum tutorial, is designed to operate as a runtime environment for compiling and deploying Ethereum-based smart contracts. EVM is the engine that understands the language of smart contracts, which are written in the Solidity language for Ethereum. EVM is operated in a sandbox environment—basically, you can deploy your stand-alone environment, which can act as a testing and development environment. You can then test your smart contract (use it) “n” number of times, verify it, and once you are satisfied with the performance and the functionality of the smart contract, you can deploy it on the Ethereum main network.

Any programming language in the smart contract is compiled into the bytecode, which the EVM understands. This bytecode can be read and executed using the EVM. Solidity is one of the most popular languages for writing a smart contract. Once you write your smart contract in Solidity, that contract gets converted into the bytecode and gets deployed on the EVM, thereby guaranteeing security from cyberattacks.

a. How Does EVM Work?

Suppose person A wants to pay person B 10 ethers. The transaction will be sent to the EVM using a smart contract for a fund transfer from A to B. To validate the transaction; the Ethereum network will perform the proof-of-work consensus algorithm.

The miner nodes on Ethereum will validate this transaction—whether the identity of A exists or not, and if A has the requested amount to transfer. Once the transaction is confirmed, the ether will be debited from A’s wallet and will be credited to B’s wallet, and during this process, the miners will charge a fee to validate this transaction and will earn a reward.

All the nodes on the Ethereum network execute smart contracts using their respective EVMs.

b. Proof of Work

Every node in the Ethereum network has:

  • The entire history of all the transactions—the entire chain
  • The history of the smart contract, which is the address at which the smart contract is deployed, along with the transactions associated with the smart contract
  • The handle to the current state of the smart contract

The goal of the miners on the Ethereum network is to validate the blocks. For each block of a transaction, miners use their computational power and resources to get the appropriate hash value by varying the nonce. The miners will vary the nonce and pass it through a hashing algorithm—in Ethereum, it is the Ethash algorithm.

This produces a hash value that should be less than the predefined target as per the proof-of-work consensus. If the hash value generated is less than the target value, then the block is considered to be verified, and the miner gets rewarded.

When the proof of work is solved, the result is broadcast and shared with all the other nodes to update their ledger. If other nodes accept the hashed block as valid, then the block gets added to the Ethereum main blockchain, and as a result, the miner receives a reward, which as of today stands at three ethers. Plus, the miner gets the transaction fees that have been generated for verifying the block. All the transactions that are aggregated in the block—the cumulative transaction fees associated with all the transactions are also rewarded to the miner.

c. Proof of Stake

In Ethereum, a process called proof of stake is also under development. It is an alternative to proof of work and is meant to be a solution to minimize the use of expensive resources spent on mining using proof of work. In proof of stake, the miner—who is the validator—can validate the transactions based on the number of crypto coins he or she holds before actually starting the mining.

So, based on the accumulation of crypto coins the miner has beforehand, he or she has a higher probability of mining the block. However, proof of stake is not widely used as of now compared to proof of work.

d. Gas

Just like we need fuel to run a car, we need gas to run applications on the Ethereum network. To perform any transaction within the Ethereum network, a user must make a payment, in this case paying out ethers, to get a transaction done, and the intermediary monetary value is called gas.

On the Ethereum network, gas is a unit that measures the computational power required to run a smart contract or a transaction. So, if you must do a transaction that updates the blockchain, you would have to shell out gas, and that gas costs ethers.

In Ethereum, the transaction fees are calculated using a formula (see screenshot below). For every transaction, there is gas and its correlated gas price. The transaction fees equal the amount of gas required to execute a transaction multiplied by the gas price. “Gas limit” refers to the amount of gas used for the computation and the amount of ether a user is required to pay for the gas.

Below is a screenshot from the Ethereum network showing the transaction cost. You can see for this particular transaction, the gas limit was 21,000, the gas used by the transaction was 21,000, and the gas price was 21 Gwei, which is the lowest denomination of ether. So, 21 Gwei * 21,000 gave the actual transaction fees: 0.000441 ethers, or about 21 cents as of today. As mentioned, the transaction fee goes to the miner, who has validated the transaction.

To understand the gas limit and price, let’s consider an example using a car. Suppose your vehicle has a mileage of 10 kilometers per liter and petrol costs $1 per liter. Under these parameters, driving a car for 50 kilometers would cost you five liters of petrol, which is worth $5. Similarly, to perform an operation or to run code on Ethereum, you need to obtain a certain amount of gas, like petrol, and the gas has a per-unit price, called gas price.

If the user provides less than the amount of gas to run an operation, then the process will fail, and the user will be given the message “out of gas.” And Gwei, as noted above, is the lowest denomination of ether used for measuring a unit of a gas price.

e. How is Ethereum Mining Different from Bitcoin Mining?

 BitcoinEthereum
Hashing AlgorithmSHA-256Ethash
Time is taken to mine a blockAn average of 10 minutesAn average of 12-15 seconds
Reward (to 2019)12.5 BTC3 ETH

1.4. Decentralized Applications (Dapps)

Let’s compare decentralized applications with traditional applications. When you log in to Twitter, for example, a web application gets displayed that is rendered using HTML. The page will call an API to access your data (your information), which is centrally hosted. It’s a simple process: your front end executes the backend API, and the API goes and fetches your data from a centralized database.

If we transform this application into a decentralized application when you log in, the same web application gets rendered, but it calls a smart contract-based API to fetch the information from the blockchain network. So, the API is replaced by a smart contract interface, and the smart contract will bring the data from the blockchain network, which is its back end.

That blockchain network is not a centralized database; it’s a decentralized network in which the participants of the network (the miners) validate (verify) all the transactions that are happening using the smart contract on the blockchain network. So, any transaction or action happening on a Twitter-type application that has now been transformed will be a decentralized transaction.

A Dapp consists of a backing code that runs on a distributed peer-to-peer network. It is a software designed to work in the Ethereum network without being controlled by a centralized system, as mentioned, and that is the primary difference: it provides direct interaction between the end-users and the decentralized application providers.

An application qualifies as a Dapp when it is open-source (its code is on Github), and it uses a public blockchain-based token to run its applications. A token acts as fuel for the decentralized application to run. Dapp allows the back end code and data to be decentralized, and that is the primary architecture of any Dapp.

1.5. Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAOs)

A DAO is a digital organization that operates without hierarchical management; it works in a decentralized and democratic fashion. So basically, a DAO is an organization in which the decision-making is not in the hands of a centralized authority but preferably in the hands of certain designated authorities or a group or designated people as a part of an authority. It exists on a blockchain network, where it is governed by the protocols embedded in a smart contract, and thereby, DAOs rely on smart contracts for decision-making—or, we can say, decentralized voting systems—within the organization. So, before any organizational decision can be made, it must go through the voting system, which runs on a decentralized application.

Here’s how it works. People add funds through the DAO because the DAO requires funding in order to execute and make decisions. Based on that, each member is given a token that represents that person’s percentage of shares in the DAO. Those tokens are used to vote in the DAO, and the proposal status is decided based on the maximum votes. Every decision within the organization must go through this voting process.


Ethereum Ecosystem Overview

The Ethereum ecosystem is creating a space where users have more control over their application, through the help of smart contract features. Any centralized service can be decentralized using the Ethereum platform.

 

1. Stablecoins

RatingNameDescribeTokenExchangeWebsite
1TehterA stablecoin backed 1:1 by U.S. dollars.USDTBinancehttps://tether.to/
2USD CoinUSDC is a USD-backed stablecoin as an ERC20 token.USSDCBinancehttps://www.centre.io/usdc
3TrueUSDA stablecoin backed 1:1 by U.S. dollars.TUSDBinancehttps://www.trueusd.com/
4DAIDAI is a crypto-backed stablecoin soft-pegged to USD, built on the Ethereum and governed by the MakerDAO system.DAIFTXhttps://makerdao.com/
5WBTCWrapped Bitcoin (WBTC) is the ERC20 token backed 1:1 with BitcoinWBTCFTXhttps://wbtc.network/
6FraxFrax is the first fractional-algorithmic stablecoin protocol.FRAXGate.iohttps://frax.finance/
7Pax DollarUSDP is a stablecoin backed 1:1 by USD, and gives customers the ability to store and send US Dollars with freedom, unrestricted by the limits of traditional banking system.USDPBinancehttps://paxos.com/usdp/
8Gemini DollarA stable value coin backed 1:1 by USD.GUSDBitMarthttps://www.gemini.com/dollar
9HUSDHUSD is a stablecoin backed 1:1 by U.S. dollars held in a U.S. trust company.HUSDGate.iohttps://www.stcoins.com/
10AmpleforthAMPL is a USD soft-pegged digital currency, that adjusts supply daily based on market conditions.AMPLBitfinexhttps://www.ampleforth.org/
11mStablemStable combine stablecoins and tokenized assets into higher-yielding instruments.MUSDCoinbasehttps://mstable.org/
12Empty Set DollarEmpty Set Dollar (ESD) is an algorithmic stablecoin built to be the reserve currency of Decentralized Finance.ESDGate.iohttps://emptyset.finance/
13AugmintAugmint offers digital tokens targeted to a fiat currency. Stablecoin backed 1:1 by Euros.  https://www.augmint.org/
14DefiDollarDefiDollar is a stable asset, backed by an index of stablecoins. DUSD is a hedge against volatility and provides portfolio risk diversification.DUSD https://app.dusd.finance/

 

2. DeFi Infrastructure & Dev Tooling

RatingNameDescribeTokenExchangeWebsite
1ChainlinkChainlink is a decentralized oracle that can provide external data to smart contracts.LINKBinancehttps://chain.link/
2LoopringA protocol for decentralized token exchange, where traders have complete and total control of their crypto-assets.LRCBinancehttps://loopring.org/#/
3Kyber NetworkOn-chain liquidity protocol allows decentralized token swaps to be integrated into any applicationKNCBinancehttps://kyber.network/
40x0x Protocol is free, open-source infrastructure that developers and businesses utilize to build products that enable the purchasing and trading of crypto tokensZRXBinancehttps://www.0x.org/
5The GraphThe Graph is a decentralized protocol for indexing and querying data from blockchains.GRTBinancehttps://thegraph.com/en/
6UmaUMA is a decentralized financial contracts platform built to enable Universal Market AccessUMABinancehttps://umaproject.org/
7RenRen is an open protocol that provides access to inter-blockchain liquidity for all decentralized applications.RENBinancehttps://renproject.io/
8BancorThe Bancor Protocol ensures continuous liquidity and real-time price discovery between blockchain-based assets, without matching buyers and sellers.BNTBinancehttps://home.bancor.network/
9RAMPThe protocol powering fiat to crypto exchangesRAMPBinancehttps://ramp.network/
10AlchemyAlchemy is an infrastructure provider for web3 developers interacting with Ethereum blockchain.ACOINKucoinhttps://www.alchemy.com/
11CentrifugeOpen, decentralized platform to connect the global financial supply chainCFGGate.iohttps://centrifuge.io/
12ZapZap platform allows users to create, publish and subscribe to smart contract and Decentralized Application compatible data feedsZAP https://www.zap.org/
13BlocknativeBlocknative’s infrastructure and APIs provide real-time mempool monitoring to keep your transactions flowing reliably, resiliently, and predictably.  https://www.blocknative.com/
14FortmaticFortmatic SDK let users to interact with dApp through any browser or device  https://fortmatic.com/
15HummingbotHummingbot is an open source software client that helps you build and run high-frequency trading bots that run on any crypto exchange.  https://hummingbot.io/en/
16Hydro ProtocolHydro is an open source framework for building Decentralized Exchanges. HOTHuobihttps://hydroprotocol.io/
17MoonPayMoonPay is a fiat on-ramp that enables web and mobile developers to let their users purchase virtual currencies using credit card.  https://www.moonpay.com/
18ProvableProvable is a blockchain oracle service, enabling data-rich smart contracts.  https://provable.xyz/
19QuikNodeQuikNode is a RPC node service provider with APIs & dedicated nodes available.  https://www.quicknode.com/
20TorusTorus allows users to login to your dApp with their OAuth accounts, Google and Facebook, to derive their private keys in a trustless manner.TBA https://tor.us/
21TransakTransak is a simple and compliant way for customers to buy and sell crypto assets with a bank transfer.  https://transak.com/
22WalletConnectWalletConnect is an open protocol for connecting desktop Dapps to mobile Wallets using end-to-end encryption by scanning a QR code.  https://walletconnect.com/
23WyreWyre is a secure and compliant bridge between fiat currencies and cryptocurrency.  https://www.sendwyre.com/
24Carbon FiberCarbon is an all-in-one fiat-to-crypto on-ramp API to help you retain new customers effortlessly, so you can focus on building.  https://www.carbon.money/

 

3. Decentralized exchanges on Ethereum

RatingNameDescribeTokenExchangeWebsite
1CurveCurve is an exchange liquidity pool on Ethereum designed for extremely efficient stablecoin trading.CRVBinancehttps://curve.fi/
2UniswapUniswap is an automated fully decentralized token exchange on EthereumUNIBinancehttps://uniswap.org/
3dYdXdYdX is a trading platform for crypto assets, built with open-source protocols, enabling decentralized margin tradingDYDXBinancehttps://dydx.community/dashboard
4SushiSwapThe SushiSwap exchange allows users to swap any ERC20 token into any other ERC20 token through automated liquidity poolsSUSHIBinancehttps://sushi.com/
51inch.exchange1inch.exchange split the order to several decentralized exchanges like UniswapExchange, KyberNetwork, Bancor and RadarRelay to avoid high price slippage.1INCHBinancehttps://1inch.io/
6BalancerBalancer Exchange allow you to swap ERC20 tokens trustlessly across all Balancer’s liquidity pools.BALBinancehttps://balancer.fi/
7DodoDODO is a on-chain liquidity provider which leverages the Proactive Market Maker algorithm (PMM) to provide on-chain and contract-fillable liquidity for everyone. Binancehttps://dodoex.io/
8BancorBancor is an on-chain liquidity protocol that enables automated, decentralized token exchange on Ethereum and across blockchains.BNTBinancehttps://home.bancor.network/
9IDEXIDEX is a non-custodial exchange that integrates with any custody solution and allows users to trade with one another without giving up control to a third-party custodianIDEXBinancehttps://idex.io/
10MultichainMultichain(previously Anyswap) is a fully decentralized cross chain swap protocol, based on Fusion DCRM technology, with automated pricing and liquidity system.MULTIBinancehttps://multichain.org/
11AirSwapPeer-to-peer token trading on Ethereum, without trading fees.ASTBinancehttps://www.airswap.io/#/
12RhinoFiRhinoFi(previously DeversiFi) is a hybrid Ethereum exchange platform providing access to spot trading, margin trading, P2P funding & decentralized trading.DVFBitfinexhttps://rhino.fi/
13KyberSwapKyberSwap allows anyone to convert tokens directly from their wallet in an instant, convenient and secure way.KNCBinancehttps://kyberswap.com/swap
14ParaSwapParaSwap is a decentralized exchange aggregator that provides the best prices over multiple DEXs on the Ethereum blockchainPSPBybithttps://www.paraswap.io/
15CowSwapCowSwap is a trading interface built on top of Gnosis Protocol v2. It allows you to buy and sell tokens using gas-less orders that are settled peer-to-peer among its users or into any on-chain liquidity source while providing MEV protection.  https://cowswap.exchange
16DDEXDDEX is the decentralized exchange built on Hydro Protocol technology, offering real-time order matching with secure on-chain settlement.  https://ddex.io/
17DexGuruDexGuru is a trading platform for modern traders where on-chain analytics combined with trading capabilities.  https://dex.guru/
18MatchaMatcha is a crypto trading platform with smart order routing powered by 0x. Matcha aggregates liquidity from multiple sources, including 0x, Kyber, Uniswap, Oasis, Curve, and others  https://matcha.xyz/
19MesaMesa is an open source interface for Gnosis Protocol, a fully permissionless DEX that enables ring trades to maximize liquidity.  https://mesa.eth.link/
20OasisOasis is a decentralized, non-custodial exchange built on the OasisDEX Protocol enabling the trade of the tokens used in Multi-Collateral Dai (MCD).  https://oasis.app/#multiply

 

4. Decentralized Lending on Ethereum

RatingNameDescribeTokenExchangeWebsite
1AaveAave is an Open Source and Non-Custodial protocol to earn interest on deposits & borrow assets.AAVEBinancehttps://aave.com/
2CompoundCompound is an open-source, autonomous protocol built for developers, enable algorithmic, efficient money markets on the Ethereum.COMPBinancehttps://compound.finance/
3KavaKava is a Layer-1 blockchain that combines the speed and interoperability of Cosmos with the developer power of Ethereum.KAVABinancehttps://www.kava.io/
4Cream FinanceC.R.E.A.M. is a crypto lending and borrowing dApp based on the Compound protocol with altered pools assets and own governance token.CREAMBinancehttps://cream.finance/
5MapleMaple is a decentralized corporate credit market. Maple offers borrowers transparent and efficient financing completed entirely on-chainMPLGate.iohttps://maple.finance/ 
6TrueFiTrueFi is a protocol for uncollateralized lendingTRUBinancehttps://truefi.io/
7WingWing is a credit-based, decentralized platform designed for crypto-asset lending and cross-chain communication between DeFi projects

WING

 

Binancehttps://wing.finance/ 
8AlchemixAlchemix is a future-yield-backed synthetic asset platform with flexible instant loans that repay themselves over time and community DAO. The platform advances your yield farming via a synthetic token representing a fungible claim on any underlying collateral in the Alchemix protocolALCXBinancehttps://alchemix.fi/
9LiquityLiquity is a decentralized borrowing protocol that allows you to draw interest-free loans against Ether used as collateral.LQTYHuobihttps://www.liquity.org/
10GoldfinchGoldfinch is a global credit protocol that offers sustainable, high-quality stablecoin yields that are generated by real-world economic activity and sheltered from DeFi's volatility.GFIGate.iohttps://goldfinch.finance/
11Unit protocolUnit Protocol is a decentralized protocol that allows you to mint stablecoin $USDP using a variety of tokens as collateralDUCKGate.iohttps://unit.xyz/
12Yield ProtocolYield Protocol is an open source platform allowing anybody to create and execute yield farming & trading strategies on the Ethereum Defi ecosystem.YIELDGate.iohttps://yieldprotocol.org/
1388mph88mph lets you lend your crypto assets at a fixed interest rateMPHMEXChttps://88mph.app/
14NotionalNotional is a fixed rate lending and borrowing platform on EthereumNOTECoinExhttps://notional.finance/
15Oasis BorrowOasis Borrow allows you to lock your tokens as collateral to generate DAI, a decentralized stablecoin soft-pegged to 1 USD.  https://oasis.app/#multiply
16FulcrumFulcrum is the platform for tokenized margin trading and lending, enables users to lend assets for interest or enter into short/leveraged positions.  https://fulcrum.trade/
17TorqueTorque is a powerful DeFi platform for borrowing assets with indefinite-term loans and fixed interest rates.  https://torque.loans/

 

5. Payments Solutions and Service Providers

RatingNameDescribeTokenExchangeWebsite
1MaticPolygon is a blockchain scalability platform which provides secure, scalable and instant transactions powered by PoS side chains and an adapted version of Plasma.MATICBinancehttps://polygon.technology/
2OMG NetworkOMG Network architecture enables developers to build a L2 Applications with high throughputs and strong safety guarantees.OMGBinancehttps://omg.network/
3Celer NetworkCeler Network is a layer-2 scaling platform that enables fast and secure off-chain transactions for not only payment transactions, but also generalized off-chain smart contract.CELRBinancehttps://www.celer.network/#
4RequestRequest is a decentralized network built on top of Ethereum, which allows anyone, anywhere to request, validate and execute payments.REQBinancehttps://request.network/en/
5PersistencePersistence is a Tendermint based specialized Layer-1 powering an ecosystemof DeFi dApps focused on unlocking the liquidity of staked assets.XPRTHuobihttps://persistence.one/
6ShapeshiftA free open source platform to trade, track, buy, and earn. Community-owned. Private. Non-custodial. Multi-chain. FOXMEXChttps://shapeshift.com/
7XionXion Global is a multi-chain crypto payment processor most commonly used for metaverses, NFT marketplaces, gaming and e-commerce storesXGTLbank https://www.xion.global/
8xDai Stable ChainxDai Chain provide users with fast transactions and low gas prices. xDai Stable Chain is Ethereum compatible, so data and assets can be transferred to the Ethereum providing backend safety and opportunities to scale.STAKEHuobihttps://developers.gnosischain.com/
9SablierSablier is the protocol for real-time finance on Ethereum, that enables continuous, autonomous and trustless payroll.  https://sablier.finance/
10zkSynczkSync is a trustless protocol for scalable low-cost payments on Ethereum, powered by zkRollup technology.  https://zksync.io/
11SuperfluidSuperfluid is a novel crypto asset streaming protocol that enables transformative web3 money experiences like salary and subscription streaming, real-time investing, and more – all on-chain  https://www.superfluid.finance/home
12StablePayStablePay enables ERC20 tokens payments converted to DAI and cDAI.   https://stablepay.vercel.app/
13ConnextConnext enables users to batch many Ethereum transactions into one netted transfer by using signed off-blockchain commitments rather than direct on-blockchain transactions.  https://www.connext.network/
14MobilecoinMobile cryptocurrency payment platform  https://mobilecoin.com/
15SwapinUltra-fast payments between crypto and banks  https://www.swapin.com/

 

6. Marketplaces

RatingNameDescribeTokenExchangeWebsite
1OpenSeaOpenSea is a peer to peer marketplace for crypto collectibles  https://opensea.io/
2LooksRareLooksRare is the community-first NFT marketplace that actively rewards traders, collectors and creators for participatingLOOKSBybithttps://looksrare.org/
3GitcoinGitcoin is a marketplace of freelance gigs and bounties for open source projects.GTCBinancehttps://gitcoin.co/
4SuperrareSuperRare is a marketplace to collect and trade unique, single-edition digital artworks.RAREBinancehttps://superrare.com/
5GemGem.xyz is an NFT Aggregator. You can buy multiple NFTs(aka sweep floor) using Gem Web 3 shopping cart, pay with any token and save up to 39% on gas fees.  https://www.gem.xyz/
6FoundationFoundation is a marketplace platform for buying, selling, and trading limited-edition goods.  https://foundation.app/
7LocalCryptosLocalCryptos (LocalEthereum) is a self-custodial peer-to-peer local ETH marketplace.  https://localcryptos.com/
8KnownoriginKnownOrigin lets you discover, showcase & buy digital artwork + NFT collectibles.  https://knownorigin.io/
9NFTKEYNFTKEY is a decentralised NFT marketplace that allows Ethereum and Binance Smart Chain NFTs to be listed, bid on, bought and sold without any centralized servers  https://nftkey.app/
10RaribleRarible allows you to create and sell NFT collectibles at digital art marketplaceRARIGate.iohttps://rarible.com/
11XX is a community-owned, cross-chain NFT marketplace. X enables users to collect, create and sell NFTs across multiple blockchains on the decentralized marketplace.X https://x.xyz/

 

7. Ethereum-based DAO Platforms

RatingNameDescribeTokenExchangeWebsite
1AragonAragon allows you to create global, bureaucracy-free companies and freely organize and collaborate without borders or intermediaries.ANTBinancehttps://aragon.org/
2BoardroomBoardroom is a simple interface to engage, signal, and vote on protocol decisions with an integrated governance management platform improving distributed decision making  https://boardroom.io/
3ColonyColony is a suite of smart contracts, providing a general purpose framework for the essential functions organizations require, such as ownership, structure, authority, and financial management.  https://colony.io/
4DaostackDAOStack is an open source project advancing the technology and adoption of decentralized governance.  https://daostack.io/
5DxdaoThe DXdao is a decentralized organization that develops, governs, and grows DeFi protocols and products, owned and operated by the community.DXDCoinExhttps://dxdao.eth.link/#/
6DaohausDaohaus is a DAO Explorer with interface enabling joining existing DAOs, as well as creating a new Moloch-like DAOs.HAUSHotBithttps://daohaus.club/
7SnapshotSnapshot is a off-chain, gasless, multi-governance community polling dashboard  https://snapshot.org/#/
8TallyTally is a voting dashboard, aggregating data from defi protocols’ governance and providing it in real-time for research and analysis  https://www.tally.xyz/

 

8. Yield Aggregators on Ethereum

RatingNamedescribeTokenExchangeWebsite
1Yearn.financeYearn.Finance automates yield-maximizing profit switching opportunities for liquidity providers and yield farmers.YFIBinancehttps://yearn.finance/
2HarvestHarvest automatically farms the highest yield available from the newest DeFi protocols, and optimizes the yields that are received using the latest farming techniques.FARMBinancehttps://harvest.finance/
3BellaPlatform that aggregates Farming, Lending, Saving services in one placeBELBinancehttps://bella.fi/
4Alpha HomoraAlpha Homora is a leveraged yield farming and leveraged liquidity providing protocol.ALPHABinancehttps://homora.alphaventuredao.io/
5AkropolisAkropolis allows executing automatic dollar-cost averaging into BTC ETH and participating in different liquidity mining programs.AKROBinancehttps://www.akropolis.io/
6FrontierFrontier is a chain-agnostic decentralized finance aggregatorFRONTBinancehttps://frontier.xyz/
7o3swapAggregate liquidity sources across leading DEXs.o3MEXChttps://o3swap.com/swap
8VesperVesper provides a suite of yield-generating products, focused on accessibility, optimization, and longevityVSPGatehttps://vesper.finance/
9IdleIdle enables tokenizing the best interest rate among Ethereum money markets. IDLEHotbithttps://idle.finance/
10PicklePickle allow users to deposit tokens from liquidity pools such as Uniswap or Curve, and then execute sophisticated strategies that maximize the returns of the depositorPICKLEGatehttps://www.pickle.finance/
11GRO ProtocolGro is a yield optimizer that enables leverage and protection through risk tranching.GRO https://www.gro.xyz/
12Rari CapitalRari Capital is a roboadvisor that ensures you receive the highest yield, beyond just lending.  https://rari.capital/
13bEarn FibEarn Fi is a cross-chain yield aggregator on Binance Smart Chain blockchain (BSC) and Ethereum blockchain.  https://www.bearn.fi/

 

9. Wallet and Asset Management Tools

RatingNameDescribeTokenExchangeWebsite
1MetaMaskMetaMask is a browser extension that allows users to run Ethereum dApps and interacting with smart contracts.   https://metamask.io/
2Trust WalletMulti cryptocurrency wallet to store your favorite BEP2, ERC20 and ERC721, tokens.TWTBinancehttps://trustwallet.com/
3Coinbase WalletCoinbase Wallet is a mobile crypto wallet supporting multicoin assets as well as ERC-20 tokens and ERC-721 collectibles. Coinbase Wallet also provides access to Web 3 Decentralized Applications (dApps) powered by Ethereum smart contracts.  https://www.coinbase.com/wallet
4Enjin Crypto WalletEnjin is a mobile cryptocurrency wallet with dApp browser, supporting Ethereum, Bitcoin, Litecoin, ERC20, ERC721 AND ERC1155 tokens.ENJBinancehttps://enjin.io/products/wallet
5Huobi WalletHuobi Wallet is a multi-currency wallet featuring cross-chain exchange of mainstream coins, dApps browser, and staking as a service for PoS networks.  https://www.itoken.com/
6XDEFI WalletXDEFI Wallet is a cross-chain wallet extension. It is the world’s only wallet with native integrations on THORChain, Ethereum + several EVM networks and Terra.XDEFIGate.iohttps://www.xdefi.io/
7Infinito WalletInfinito Wallet is a mobile multi-currency wallet with dApps browser for interacting with the DeFi ecosystem.INFT https://www.infinitowallet.io/
8Cobo WalletCobo Wallet is a multi-chain cryptocurrency wallet on iOS & Android, with built in dApps browser.  https://cobo.com/
9MathWalletMulti-chain wallet, integrating DeFi features  https://mathwallet.org/en-us/
10EnzymeEnzyme Finance formerly known as Melon Protocol, is a user interface that allows interaction with on-chain funds.MLNBinancehttps://enzyme.finance/
11TokenPocketTokenPocket is a multi-chain cryptocurrency wallet on both mobile and desktop with built in dApp browsers.TPTGate.iohttps://www.tokenpocket.pro/
12FurucomboFurucombo is a tool built for end-users to optimize their DeFi strategy simply by drag and drop UI.

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Gate.iohttps://furucombo.app/
13Stake DAOStake DAO is a non-custodial platform that enables anyone to easily grow their crypto portfolio. It is built on top of decentralized blockchain protocols, offering a seamless way for people to grow, track, and control assets right from their wallet.SDTUniswaphttps://app.stakedao.org/
14DhedgedHEDGE is a platform for managing investment activities on the Ethereum blockchain where you can put your capital to work in different strategies based on a transparent track recordDHTHuobihttps://www.dhedge.org/
15InstaDAppInstadapp is a platform providing users and developers with a single point of integration to access all the DeFi protocolsINSTMEXChttps://instadapp.io/
16RainbowRainbow is a fun, simple, and secure Ethereum wallet that makes managing your assets a joy.RAINBOWHotBithttps://rainbow.me/
17ZapperZapper is a system focused on abstracting away the complexities of composing and accessing the most innovative opportunities in open finance.  https://zapper.fi/
18TokensetsTokenSets is the asset management platform with tokenized trading strategies facilitated by Set Protocol’s smart contract system.  https://www.tokensets.com/
19ArgentArgent is a smart contract based wallet for Ethereum crypto-assets and dApps.  https://www.argent.xyz/
20imTokenimToken is a digital asset wallet enabling multi-chain asset management, dApp browsing and exchange of value  https://token.im/
21ZerionZerion is an investment interface for decentralized finance, providing users with a single place to manage their entire DeFi portfolio in a non-custodial way  https://zerion.io/
22DeFi SaverDeFi Saver is a management dashboard for decentralized finance protocols, including MakerDAO CDPs (with features such as automatic liquidation protection), as well as Compound, dYdX and Fulcrum.   https://defisaver.com/
23EidooEidoo gives access to a full range of features and financial services fully compliant, which are safe and easy to use via the Eidoo app, including a non-custodial Wallet, a Hybrid Exchange and a platform to participate and launch token sales.  https://eidoo.io/
24TorUsAn open source, non-custodial key management network  https://tor.us/
25Gnosis SafeGnosis Safe is a smart contract-based wallet enables users to manage their funds and interact with decentralized applications on Ethereum.  https://gnosis-safe.io/
26MultisMultis is a multi-signature Ethereum wallet with a user-friendly interface to manage your company’s crypto  https://multis.co/

 

10. Synthetic Assets, NFT and Derivatives on Ethereum

RatingNameDescribeTokenExchangeWebsite
1SynthetixSynthetix platform enables creation of the on-chain synthetic assets that tracks value of assets in real world.SNXBinancehttps://synthetix.io/
2Mirror ProtocolMirror is a protocol that enables Mirrored Assets(mAssets) synthetic assets that give traders price exposure to real-world assets by reflecting their price activity on-chain.MIRBinancehttps://mirror.finance/
3OpynOpyn is the insurance layer for decentralized finance.OSQTHBKEXhttps://www.opyn.co/
4Olympus DAOOlympus is a decentralized reserve currency protocol based on the OHM token. Each OHM token is backed by a basket of assets in the Olympus treasury, giving it an intrinsic value that it cannot fall below.OHMGate.iohttps://www.olympusdao.finance/
5DefiPulse IndexThe DeFi Pulse Index is a digital asset index designed to track tokens’ performance within the Decentralized Finance industry.DPIKucoinhttps://indexcoop.com/
6HegicHegic is on-chain options trading protocol, allowing you to buy ETH call and put options as an individual holder (buyer) or sell ETH call and put options as a liquidity provider.HEGICMEXChttps://www.hegic.co/
7Ribbon FinanceRibbon Finance uses financial engineering to create structured products that deliver sustainable yield.RBNMEXChttps://www.ribbon.finance/
8ReflexerReflexer is a platform where anyone can use their crypto collateral to issue reflex indexes.FLXMEXChttps://reflexer.finance/
9Cryptex FinanceCryptex Finance tokenized Total Cryptocurrency Market Capitalization into TCAP token that gives holders real-time price exposure to this key metric.CTXHuobihttps://cryptex.finance/
10PieDAOThe PieDAO is a decentralized organization dedicated to bringing market accessibility and economic empowerment through Pie Protocol and Tokenized ETFs governed by a DAODOUGHMEXChttps://www.piedao.org/
11FinNexus OptionsFinNexus Options is a decentralized options protocol with a multi-asset single-pool model where option buyers can set their own option termsFNX https://options.finnexus.io/
12Indexed FinanceIndexed Finance is a set of capitalization-weighted index pools designed to replicate the behavior of index fundsNDX https://indexcoop.com/
13NFTXNFTX is a platform for making ERC20 tokens that are backed by NFT collectibles and governed by a community-owned protocolNFTXPoloniexhttps://nftx.io/
14FractionalFractional is a decentralized protocol where NFT owners can mint tokenized fractional ownership of their NFTs  https://fractional.art/
15NFT20NFT20 is a permissionless protocol enabling trade, swap and sell NFTs that tokenized at indices pools.  https://nft20.io/

 

11. Analytics Platforms

RatingNameDescribeWebsite
1Token TerminalToken Terminal is a analytics dashboard that provides traditional financial metrics on cryptoassets and defi productshttps://tokenterminal.com/
2DefiLlamaDefiLlama is a multi-chain TVL stats dashboard, where data connectors contributed and maintained by a communityhttps://defillama.com/
3DeepDAODeepDAO is a platform that collects and organizes a variety of quantitative and qualitative data about DAOshttps://deepdao.io/organizations
4APY.VisionAPY.Vision is an all-in-one analytics dashboard for liquidity providers and yield farmershttps://apy.vision/
5Dune AnalyticsDune Analytics allows you to instantly create and share analysis of Ethereum data. Smart contract data is converted to a human-readable format that can be queried with SQLhttps://dune.com/browse/dashboards
6NansenNansen is an analytics platform for Ethereum, which combines on-chain data with a massive and constantly growing database containing millions of wallet labelshttps://www.nansen.ai/
7vfat.toolsVfat.tools is a minimalist yield farming dashboard and farming calculator where you can find the most popular farms and their APYhttps://vfat.tools/
8Revert FinanceRevert provides actionable analytics for DeFi liquidity providers on Uniswap v2, v3 and Sushiswaphttps://revert.finance/
9L2beatL2BEAT is an analytics and research website about Ethereum layer 2 scaling. Here you will find in depth comparison of major protocols live on Ethereum today.https://l2beat.com/
10ChainbeatChainbeat is the data insights and analytics platform for web3. Chainbeat enables comprehensive cross-blockchain analytics and providing in-depth insights on active users, transactions, events, token transfers with real-time alerts and custom reports based on real-time smart contract usage.https://chainbeat.io/
11Croco FinanceCroco Finance let you analyze your liquidity positions in Uniswap, Sushiswap, and Balancerhttps://croco.finance/#/
12DeBankDeBank is a dashboard for tracking your DeFi portfolio, with data and analytics for decentralized lending protocols, stablecoins, margin trading platforms and DEXes.https://debank.com/
13LoanScanLoanScan provides data and analytics for loans issued via open finance protocols on the Ethereum blockchain.https://linen.app/interest-rates/

 

12. Prediction Markets

RatingNameDescribeTokenExchangeWebsite
1AugurAugur is a decentralized oracle and peer to peer protocol for prediction markets.REPBinancehttp://www.augur.net/
2GnosisGnosis is an open platform for creating prediction market applications on the Ethereum protocol.GNOBinancehttps://gnosis.io/
3PlotXPlotX is a cross-chain prediction market protocol that enables crypto traders to make crypto-asset price predictions in hourly, daily & weekly time frames.PLOTUniswaphttps://plotx.io/
4PolymarketPolymarket is an information markets platform, where you can bet on the highly-debated topics and earn for being right.  https://polymarket.com/
5Omen.ethOmen uses the Gnosis conditional token framework to give anyone the ability to create a prediction market - be it in the realm of crypto, sports, politics, entertainment, etc.  https://omen.eth.link/

 

13. KYC & Identity on Ethereum

RatingNameDescribeTokenExchangeWebsite
1CivicSecure blockchain identity toolbox and ecosystem.CVCBinancehttps://www.civic.com/
2SelfKeySelfKey is building a blockchain-based identity system that allows identity owners to truly own, control and manage their digital identity.KEYBinancehttps://selfkey.org/
3HydroHydro enables new and existing private systems to seamlessly integrate and leverage the immutable and transparent dynamics of a public blockchain, to enhance application and document security, identity management, and transactions.HYDROCoinExhttps://projecthydro.org/
4BlockpassBlockpass is a blockchain based self-sovereign identity protocol for the connected world. Blockpass offers shared regulatory compliance services for humans, companies, objects and devices.PASSBitfinexhttps://www.blockpass.org/
5BloomBloom is a blockchain solution for secure identity and credit scoring.BLTHotbithttps://bloom.co/
6ColendiColendi it is blockchain based credibility evaluation and global identity for the sharing economy.  https://www.colendi.com/
7BrightIDBrightID allows people to prove to applications that they’re only using one account.  https://www.brightid.org/
8JolocomJolocom is an open source protocol for people and organizations to create and interact with digital, self-sovereign identities.  https://jolocom.io/
9IdentityIdentity.com is an open source ecosystem providing access to on-demand, secure identity verification.  https://www.identity.com/home-3/
103Box3Box is a next-generation framework for managing user data on the internet.  https://3boxlabs.com/

 

14. Margin Trading on Ethereum

RatingNameDescribeTokenExchangeWebsite
1dYdXdYdX is a trading platform for crypto assets, built with open-source protocols, enabling decentralized margin trading.DYDXBinancehttps://dydx.community/dashboard
2Perpetual ProtocolPerpetual Protocol is a decentralized perpetual contract protocol with virtual AMMs to provide guaranteed liquidity.PERPBinancehttps://perp.com/
3FulcrumFulcrum is the platform for tokenized margin lending and trading, enables users to lend assets for interest or enter into short/leveraged positions.  https://fulcrum.trade/
4Margin DDEXDDEX is an advanced decentralized margin exchange. Users can create leveraged margin positions and earn interest through decentralized lending pools.  https://ddex.io/

 

15. Decentralized Insurance Platforms

RatingNameDescribeWebsite
1InsurAce ProtocolInsurAce is a multi-chain protocol that provides insurance services to DeFi users, allowing them to protect their investment funds against various riskshttps://app.insurace.io/
2Nexus MutualSecure risk and potential bugs in smart contract code. Be covered for events like The DAO hack or Parity multi-sig wallet issues.https://nexusmutual.io/
3Opium InsuranceOpium Insurance offers tradable, tokenized insurance position against smart-contract hacking or against stablecoin default.https://opium.finance/

 

16. Asset Tokenization

RatingNameDescribeTokenExchangeWebsite
1Polymath NetworkA platform for the creation of tokenized securities.POLYBinancehttps://polymath.network/
2TokensoftTokenSoft enables issuers, financial institutions, broker-dealers, real estate companies, and funds to meet compliance requirements for digital securities on the blockchain at issuance, distribution, and transfer.  https://www.tokensoft.io/
3HarborHarbor is an all-in-one platform for digital securities such as funds, private equity, and commercial real estate.  https://harbor.com/
4OpenFinanceOpenFinance Network is a U.S. regulated trading platform for digital alternative assets.  https://www.openfinance.io/
5SecuritizeThe compliance platform for digitizing securities on the blockchain.  https://securitize.io/
6TemplumTemplum provides a regulated, end-to-end solution for raising capital and secondary trading in the private market.  https://www.templuminc.com/

 

17. Savings Apps on Ethereum

RatingNameDescribeTokenExchangeWebsite
1PoolTogetherPoolTogether is a no-loss, audited savings game powered by blockchain technology.POOLGate.iohttps://pooltogether.com/
2Linen AppLinen App provides a non-custodial wallet and allows you to connect your U.S. bank account to supply digital dollars (stablecoin USDC) to the Compound liquidity pool on the Ethereum blockchain  https://linen.app/

Conclusion

While some Ethereum dApps may appear similar to traditional web applications from a user perspective, dApps are capable of operating and transacting in a peer-to-peer fashion without the need for a central authority. Ethereum continues to be the most widely adopted platform of its kind, Ethereum blockchain remains the second largest, in large part because of the project’s success in attracting developers to build dApps on its network.

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Top Android Projects with Source Code

Android Projects with Source Code – Your entry pass into the world of Android

Hello Everyone, welcome to this article, which is going to be really important to all those who’re in dilemma for their projects and the project submissions. This article is also going to help you if you’re an enthusiast looking forward to explore and enhance your Android skills. The reason is that we’re here to provide you the best ideas of Android Project with source code that you can choose as per your choice.

These project ideas are simple suggestions to help you deal with the difficulty of choosing the correct projects. In this article, we’ll see the project ideas from beginners level and later we’ll move on to intermediate to advance.

top android projects with source code

Android Projects with Source Code

Before working on real-time projects, it is recommended to create a sample hello world project in android studio and get a flavor of project creation as well as execution: Create your first android project

Android Projects for beginners

1. Calculator

build a simple calculator app in android studio source code

Android Project: A calculator will be an easy application if you have just learned Android and coding for Java. This Application will simply take the input values and the operation to be performed from the users. After taking the input it’ll return the results to them on the screen. This is a really easy application and doesn’t need use of any particular package.

To make a calculator you’d need Android IDE, Kotlin/Java for coding, and for layout of your application, you’d need XML or JSON. For this, coding would be the same as that in any language, but in the form of an application. Not to forget creating a calculator initially will increase your logical thinking.

Once the user installs the calculator, they’re ready to use it even without the internet. They’ll enter the values, and the application will show them the value after performing the given operations on the entered operands.

Source Code: Simple Calculator Project

2. A Reminder App

Android Project: This is a good project for beginners. A Reminder App can help you set reminders for different events that you have throughout the day. It’ll help you stay updated with all your tasks for the day. It can be useful for all those who are not so good at organizing their plans and forget easily. This would be a simple application just whose task would be just to remind you of something at a particular time.

To make a Reminder App you need to code in Kotlin/Java and design the layout using XML or JSON. For the functionality of the app, you’d need to make use of AlarmManager Class and Notifications in Android.

In this, the user would be able to set reminders and time in the application. Users can schedule reminders that would remind them to drink water again and again throughout the day. Or to remind them of their medications.

3. Quiz Application

Android Project: Another beginner’s level project Idea can be a Quiz Application in android. Here you can provide the users with Quiz on various general knowledge topics. These practices will ensure that you’re able to set the layouts properly and slowly increase your pace of learning the Android application development. In this you’ll learn to use various Layout components at the same time understanding them better.

To make a quiz application you’ll need to code in Java and set layouts using xml or java whichever you prefer. You can also use JSON for the layouts whichever preferable.

In the app, questions would be asked and answers would be shown as multiple choices. The user selects the answer and gets shown on the screen if the answers are correct. In the end the final marks would be shown to the users.

4. Simple Tic-Tac-Toe

android project tic tac toe game app

Android Project: Tic-Tac-Toe is a nice game, I guess most of you all are well aware of it. This will be a game for two players. In this android game, users would be putting X and O in the given 9 parts of a box one by one. The first player to arrange X or O in an adjacent line of three wins.

To build this game, you’d need Java and XML for Android Studio. And simply apply the logic on that. This game will have a set of three matches. So, it’ll also have a scoreboard. This scoreboard will show the final result at the end of one complete set.

Upon entering the game they’ll enter their names. And that’s when the game begins. They’ll touch one of the empty boxes present there and get their turn one by one. At the end of the game, there would be a winner declared.

Source Code: Tic Tac Toe Game Project

5. Stopwatch

Android Project: A stopwatch is another simple android project idea that will work the same as a normal handheld timepiece that measures the time elapsed between its activation and deactivation. This application will have three buttons that are: start, stop, and hold.

This application would need to use Java and XML. For this application, we need to set the timer properly as it is initially set to milliseconds, and that should be converted to minutes and then hours properly. The users can use this application and all they’d need to do is, start the stopwatch and then stop it when they are done. They can also pause the timer and continue it again when they like.

6. To Do App

Android Project: This is another very simple project idea for you as a beginner. This application as the name suggests will be a To-Do list holding app. It’ll store the users schedules and their upcoming meetings or events. In this application, users will be enabled to write their important notes as well. To make it safe, provide a login page before the user can access it.

So, this app will have a login page, sign-up page, logout system, and the area to write their tasks, events, or important notes. You can build it in android studio using Java and XML at ease. Using XML you can build the user interface as user-friendly as you can. And to store the users’ data, you can use SQLite enabling the users to even delete the data permanently.

Now for users, they will sign up and get access to the write section. Here the users can note down the things and store them permanently. Users can also alter the data or delete them. Finally, they can logout and also, login again and again whenever they like.

7. Roman to decimal converter

Android Project: This app is aimed at the conversion of Roman numbers to their significant decimal number. It’ll help to check the meaning of the roman numbers. Moreover, it will be easy to develop and will help you get your hands on coding and Android.

You need to use Android Studio, Java for coding and XML for interface. The application will take input from the users and convert them to decimal. Once it converts the Roman no. into decimal, it will show the results on the screen.

The users are supposed to just enter the Roman Number and they’ll get the decimal values on the screen. This can be a good android project for final year students.

8. Virtual Dice Roller

Android Project: Well, coming to this part that is Virtual Dice or a random no. generator. It is another simple but interesting app for computer science students. The only task that it would need to do would be to generate a number randomly. This can help people who’re often confused between two or more things.

Using a simple random number generator you can actually create something as good as this. All you’d need to do is get you hands-on OnClick listeners. And a good layout would be cherry on the cake.

The user’s task would be to set the range of the numbers and then click on the roll button. And the app will show them a randomly generated number. Isn’t it interesting ? Try soon!

9. A Scientific Calculator App

Android Project: This application is very important for you as a beginner as it will let you use your logical thinking and improve your programming skills. This is a scientific calculator that will help the users to do various calculations at ease.

To make this application you’d need to use Android Studio. Here you’d need to use arithmetic logics for the calculations. The user would need to give input to the application that will be in terms of numbers. After that, the user will give the operator as an input. Then the Application will calculate and generate the result on the user screen.

10. SMS App

Android Project: An SMS app is another easy but effective idea. It will let you send the SMS to various no. just in the same way as you use the default messaging application in your phone. This project will help you with better understanding of SMSManager in Android.

For this application, you would need to implement Java class SMSManager in Android. For the Layout you can use XML or JSON. Implementing SMSManager into the app is an easy task, so you would love this.

The user would be provided with the facility to text to whichever number they wish also, they’d be able to choose the numbers from the contact list. Another thing would be the Textbox, where they’ll enter their message. Once the message is entered they can happily click on the send button.

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Ethereum Ecosystem Overview | Top 200 Project Built on Ethereum (ETH)

In this article, you'll learn Ethereum, Ethereum Ecosystem Overview | Top 200 Project Built on Ethereum (ETH)

1. What is Ethereum?

Ethereum is a blockchain-based computing platform that enables developers to build and deploy decentralized applications—meaning not run by a centralized authority. You can create a decentralized application for which the participants of that particular application are the decision-making authority.

Ethereum Features

  • Ether: This is Ethereum’s cryptocurrency.
  • Smart contracts: Ethereum allows the development and deployment of these types of contracts.
  • Ethereum Virtual Machine: Ethereum provides the underlying technology—the architecture and the software—that understands smart contracts and allows you to interact with it.
  • Decentralized applications (Dapps): A decentralized application is called a Dapp (also spelled DAPP, App, or DApp) for short. Ethereum allows you to create consolidated applications, called decentralized applications.
  • Decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs): Ethereum allows you to create these for democratic decision-making.

These are Ethereum’s essential features. Before going deep into the Ethereum tutorial, let’s discuss each of these features in more detail.

1.1. Ether

Ether (ETH) is Ethereum’s cryptocurrency. It is the fuel that runs the network. It is used to pay for the computational resources and the transaction fees for any transaction executed on the Ethereum network. Like Bitcoins, ether is a peer-to-peer currency. Apart from being used to pay for transactions, ether is also used to buy gas, which is used to pay for the computation of any transaction made on the Ethereum network.

Also, if you want to deploy a contract on Ethereum, you will need gas, and you would have to pay for that gas in ether. So gas is the execution fee paid by a user for running a transaction in Ethereum. Ether can be utilized for building decentralized applications, building smart contracts, and making regular peer-to-peer payments.

1.2. Smart Contracts

Smart contracts are revolutionizing how traditional contracts work, which is why you need to use the tutorial to become more familiar with them. A smart contract is a simple computer program that facilitates the exchange of any asset between two parties. It could be money, shares, property, or any other digital asset that you want to exchange. Anyone on the Ethereum network can create these contracts. The contract consists primarily of the terms and conditions mutually agreed on between the parties (peers).

The smart contract’s primary feature is that once it is executed, it cannot be altered, and any transaction done on top of a smart contract is registered permanently—it is immutable. So even if you modify the smart contract in the future, the transactions correlated with the original contract will not get altered; you cannot edit them.

The verification process for the smart contracts is carried out by anonymous parties in the network without the need for a centralized authority, and that’s what makes any smart contract execution on Ethereum a decentralized execution.

The transfer of any asset or currency is done in a transparent and trustworthy manner, and the identities of the two entities are secure on the Ethereum network. Once the transaction is successfully done, the accounts of the sender and receiver are updated accordingly, and in this way, it generates trust between the parties.

  • Smart Contracts Vs. Traditional Contract Systems

In conventional contract systems, you sign an agreement, then you trust and hire a third party for its execution. The problem is that in this type of process, data tampering is possible. With smart contracts, the agreement is coded in a program.

A centralized authority does not verify the result; it is confirmed by the participants on the Ethereum blockchain-based network. Once a contract is executed, the transaction is registered and cannot be altered or tampered, so it removes the risk of any data manipulation or alteration.

Let’s take an example in which someone named Zack has given a contract of $500 to someone named Elsa for developing his company’s website. The developers code the agreement of the smart contract using Ethereum’s programming language.

The smart contract has all the conditions (requirements) for building the website. Once the code is written, it is uploaded and deployed on the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM).

EVM is a runtime compiler to execute a smart contract. Once the code is deployed on the EVM, every participant on the network has a copy of the contract. When Elsa submits the work on Ethereum for evaluation, each node on the Ethereum network will evaluate and confirm whether the result given by Elsa has been done as per the coding requirements.

Once the result is approved and verified, the contract worth $500 will be self-executed, and the payment will be paid to Elsa in ether. Zack’s account will be automatically debited, and Elsa will be credited with $500 in ether.

1.3. Ethereum Virtual Machine

EVM, as mentioned above in this Ethereum tutorial, is designed to operate as a runtime environment for compiling and deploying Ethereum-based smart contracts. EVM is the engine that understands the language of smart contracts, which are written in the Solidity language for Ethereum. EVM is operated in a sandbox environment—basically, you can deploy your stand-alone environment, which can act as a testing and development environment. You can then test your smart contract (use it) “n” number of times, verify it, and once you are satisfied with the performance and the functionality of the smart contract, you can deploy it on the Ethereum main network.

Any programming language in the smart contract is compiled into the bytecode, which the EVM understands. This bytecode can be read and executed using the EVM. Solidity is one of the most popular languages for writing a smart contract. Once you write your smart contract in Solidity, that contract gets converted into the bytecode and gets deployed on the EVM, thereby guaranteeing security from cyberattacks.

a. How Does EVM Work?

Suppose person A wants to pay person B 10 ethers. The transaction will be sent to the EVM using a smart contract for a fund transfer from A to B. To validate the transaction; the Ethereum network will perform the proof-of-work consensus algorithm.

The miner nodes on Ethereum will validate this transaction—whether the identity of A exists or not, and if A has the requested amount to transfer. Once the transaction is confirmed, the ether will be debited from A’s wallet and will be credited to B’s wallet, and during this process, the miners will charge a fee to validate this transaction and will earn a reward.

All the nodes on the Ethereum network execute smart contracts using their respective EVMs.

b. Proof of Work

Every node in the Ethereum network has:

  • The entire history of all the transactions—the entire chain
  • The history of the smart contract, which is the address at which the smart contract is deployed, along with the transactions associated with the smart contract
  • The handle to the current state of the smart contract

The goal of the miners on the Ethereum network is to validate the blocks. For each block of a transaction, miners use their computational power and resources to get the appropriate hash value by varying the nonce. The miners will vary the nonce and pass it through a hashing algorithm—in Ethereum, it is the Ethash algorithm.

This produces a hash value that should be less than the predefined target as per the proof-of-work consensus. If the hash value generated is less than the target value, then the block is considered to be verified, and the miner gets rewarded.

When the proof of work is solved, the result is broadcast and shared with all the other nodes to update their ledger. If other nodes accept the hashed block as valid, then the block gets added to the Ethereum main blockchain, and as a result, the miner receives a reward, which as of today stands at three ethers. Plus, the miner gets the transaction fees that have been generated for verifying the block. All the transactions that are aggregated in the block—the cumulative transaction fees associated with all the transactions are also rewarded to the miner.

c. Proof of Stake

In Ethereum, a process called proof of stake is also under development. It is an alternative to proof of work and is meant to be a solution to minimize the use of expensive resources spent on mining using proof of work. In proof of stake, the miner—who is the validator—can validate the transactions based on the number of crypto coins he or she holds before actually starting the mining.

So, based on the accumulation of crypto coins the miner has beforehand, he or she has a higher probability of mining the block. However, proof of stake is not widely used as of now compared to proof of work.

d. Gas

Just like we need fuel to run a car, we need gas to run applications on the Ethereum network. To perform any transaction within the Ethereum network, a user must make a payment, in this case paying out ethers, to get a transaction done, and the intermediary monetary value is called gas.

On the Ethereum network, gas is a unit that measures the computational power required to run a smart contract or a transaction. So, if you must do a transaction that updates the blockchain, you would have to shell out gas, and that gas costs ethers.

In Ethereum, the transaction fees are calculated using a formula (see screenshot below). For every transaction, there is gas and its correlated gas price. The transaction fees equal the amount of gas required to execute a transaction multiplied by the gas price. “Gas limit” refers to the amount of gas used for the computation and the amount of ether a user is required to pay for the gas.

Below is a screenshot from the Ethereum network showing the transaction cost. You can see for this particular transaction, the gas limit was 21,000, the gas used by the transaction was 21,000, and the gas price was 21 Gwei, which is the lowest denomination of ether. So, 21 Gwei * 21,000 gave the actual transaction fees: 0.000441 ethers, or about 21 cents as of today. As mentioned, the transaction fee goes to the miner, who has validated the transaction.

To understand the gas limit and price, let’s consider an example using a car. Suppose your vehicle has a mileage of 10 kilometers per liter and petrol costs $1 per liter. Under these parameters, driving a car for 50 kilometers would cost you five liters of petrol, which is worth $5. Similarly, to perform an operation or to run code on Ethereum, you need to obtain a certain amount of gas, like petrol, and the gas has a per-unit price, called gas price.

If the user provides less than the amount of gas to run an operation, then the process will fail, and the user will be given the message “out of gas.” And Gwei, as noted above, is the lowest denomination of ether used for measuring a unit of a gas price.

e. How is Ethereum Mining Different from Bitcoin Mining?

 BitcoinEthereum
Hashing AlgorithmSHA-256Ethash
Time is taken to mine a blockAn average of 10 minutesAn average of 12-15 seconds
Reward (to 2019)12.5 BTC3 ETH

1.4. Decentralized Applications (Dapps)

Let’s compare decentralized applications with traditional applications. When you log in to Twitter, for example, a web application gets displayed that is rendered using HTML. The page will call an API to access your data (your information), which is centrally hosted. It’s a simple process: your front end executes the backend API, and the API goes and fetches your data from a centralized database.

If we transform this application into a decentralized application when you log in, the same web application gets rendered, but it calls a smart contract-based API to fetch the information from the blockchain network. So, the API is replaced by a smart contract interface, and the smart contract will bring the data from the blockchain network, which is its back end.

That blockchain network is not a centralized database; it’s a decentralized network in which the participants of the network (the miners) validate (verify) all the transactions that are happening using the smart contract on the blockchain network. So, any transaction or action happening on a Twitter-type application that has now been transformed will be a decentralized transaction.

A Dapp consists of a backing code that runs on a distributed peer-to-peer network. It is a software designed to work in the Ethereum network without being controlled by a centralized system, as mentioned, and that is the primary difference: it provides direct interaction between the end-users and the decentralized application providers.

An application qualifies as a Dapp when it is open-source (its code is on Github), and it uses a public blockchain-based token to run its applications. A token acts as fuel for the decentralized application to run. Dapp allows the back end code and data to be decentralized, and that is the primary architecture of any Dapp.

1.5. Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAOs)

A DAO is a digital organization that operates without hierarchical management; it works in a decentralized and democratic fashion. So basically, a DAO is an organization in which the decision-making is not in the hands of a centralized authority but preferably in the hands of certain designated authorities or a group or designated people as a part of an authority. It exists on a blockchain network, where it is governed by the protocols embedded in a smart contract, and thereby, DAOs rely on smart contracts for decision-making—or, we can say, decentralized voting systems—within the organization. So, before any organizational decision can be made, it must go through the voting system, which runs on a decentralized application.

Here’s how it works. People add funds through the DAO because the DAO requires funding in order to execute and make decisions. Based on that, each member is given a token that represents that person’s percentage of shares in the DAO. Those tokens are used to vote in the DAO, and the proposal status is decided based on the maximum votes. Every decision within the organization must go through this voting process.


Ethereum Ecosystem Overview

The Ethereum ecosystem is creating a space where users have more control over their application, through the help of smart contract features. Any centralized service can be decentralized using the Ethereum platform.

 

1. Stablecoins

RatingNameDescribeTokenExchangeWebsite
1TehterA stablecoin backed 1:1 by U.S. dollars.USDTBinancehttps://tether.to/
2USD CoinUSDC is a USD-backed stablecoin as an ERC20 token.USSDCBinancehttps://www.centre.io/usdc
3TrueUSDA stablecoin backed 1:1 by U.S. dollars.TUSDBinancehttps://www.trueusd.com/
4DAIDAI is a crypto-backed stablecoin soft-pegged to USD, built on the Ethereum and governed by the MakerDAO system.DAIFTXhttps://makerdao.com/
5WBTCWrapped Bitcoin (WBTC) is the ERC20 token backed 1:1 with BitcoinWBTCFTXhttps://wbtc.network/
6FraxFrax is the first fractional-algorithmic stablecoin protocol.FRAXGate.iohttps://frax.finance/
7Pax DollarUSDP is a stablecoin backed 1:1 by USD, and gives customers the ability to store and send US Dollars with freedom, unrestricted by the limits of traditional banking system.USDPBinancehttps://paxos.com/usdp/
8Gemini DollarA stable value coin backed 1:1 by USD.GUSDBitMarthttps://www.gemini.com/dollar
9HUSDHUSD is a stablecoin backed 1:1 by U.S. dollars held in a U.S. trust company.HUSDGate.iohttps://www.stcoins.com/
10AmpleforthAMPL is a USD soft-pegged digital currency, that adjusts supply daily based on market conditions.AMPLBitfinexhttps://www.ampleforth.org/
11mStablemStable combine stablecoins and tokenized assets into higher-yielding instruments.MUSDCoinbasehttps://mstable.org/
12Empty Set DollarEmpty Set Dollar (ESD) is an algorithmic stablecoin built to be the reserve currency of Decentralized Finance.ESDGate.iohttps://emptyset.finance/
13AugmintAugmint offers digital tokens targeted to a fiat currency. Stablecoin backed 1:1 by Euros.  https://www.augmint.org/
14DefiDollarDefiDollar is a stable asset, backed by an index of stablecoins. DUSD is a hedge against volatility and provides portfolio risk diversification.DUSD https://app.dusd.finance/

 

2. DeFi Infrastructure & Dev Tooling

RatingNameDescribeTokenExchangeWebsite
1ChainlinkChainlink is a decentralized oracle that can provide external data to smart contracts.LINKBinancehttps://chain.link/
2LoopringA protocol for decentralized token exchange, where traders have complete and total control of their crypto-assets.LRCBinancehttps://loopring.org/#/
3Kyber NetworkOn-chain liquidity protocol allows decentralized token swaps to be integrated into any applicationKNCBinancehttps://kyber.network/
40x0x Protocol is free, open-source infrastructure that developers and businesses utilize to build products that enable the purchasing and trading of crypto tokensZRXBinancehttps://www.0x.org/
5The GraphThe Graph is a decentralized protocol for indexing and querying data from blockchains.GRTBinancehttps://thegraph.com/en/
6UmaUMA is a decentralized financial contracts platform built to enable Universal Market AccessUMABinancehttps://umaproject.org/
7RenRen is an open protocol that provides access to inter-blockchain liquidity for all decentralized applications.RENBinancehttps://renproject.io/
8BancorThe Bancor Protocol ensures continuous liquidity and real-time price discovery between blockchain-based assets, without matching buyers and sellers.BNTBinancehttps://home.bancor.network/
9RAMPThe protocol powering fiat to crypto exchangesRAMPBinancehttps://ramp.network/
10AlchemyAlchemy is an infrastructure provider for web3 developers interacting with Ethereum blockchain.ACOINKucoinhttps://www.alchemy.com/
11CentrifugeOpen, decentralized platform to connect the global financial supply chainCFGGate.iohttps://centrifuge.io/
12ZapZap platform allows users to create, publish and subscribe to smart contract and Decentralized Application compatible data feedsZAP https://www.zap.org/
13BlocknativeBlocknative’s infrastructure and APIs provide real-time mempool monitoring to keep your transactions flowing reliably, resiliently, and predictably.  https://www.blocknative.com/
14FortmaticFortmatic SDK let users to interact with dApp through any browser or device  https://fortmatic.com/
15HummingbotHummingbot is an open source software client that helps you build and run high-frequency trading bots that run on any crypto exchange.  https://hummingbot.io/en/
16Hydro ProtocolHydro is an open source framework for building Decentralized Exchanges. HOTHuobihttps://hydroprotocol.io/
17MoonPayMoonPay is a fiat on-ramp that enables web and mobile developers to let their users purchase virtual currencies using credit card.  https://www.moonpay.com/
18ProvableProvable is a blockchain oracle service, enabling data-rich smart contracts.  https://provable.xyz/
19QuikNodeQuikNode is a RPC node service provider with APIs & dedicated nodes available.  https://www.quicknode.com/
20TorusTorus allows users to login to your dApp with their OAuth accounts, Google and Facebook, to derive their private keys in a trustless manner.TBA https://tor.us/
21TransakTransak is a simple and compliant way for customers to buy and sell crypto assets with a bank transfer.  https://transak.com/
22WalletConnectWalletConnect is an open protocol for connecting desktop Dapps to mobile Wallets using end-to-end encryption by scanning a QR code.  https://walletconnect.com/
23WyreWyre is a secure and compliant bridge between fiat currencies and cryptocurrency.  https://www.sendwyre.com/
24Carbon FiberCarbon is an all-in-one fiat-to-crypto on-ramp API to help you retain new customers effortlessly, so you can focus on building.  https://www.carbon.money/

 

3. Decentralized exchanges on Ethereum

RatingNameDescribeTokenExchangeWebsite
1CurveCurve is an exchange liquidity pool on Ethereum designed for extremely efficient stablecoin trading.CRVBinancehttps://curve.fi/
2UniswapUniswap is an automated fully decentralized token exchange on EthereumUNIBinancehttps://uniswap.org/
3dYdXdYdX is a trading platform for crypto assets, built with open-source protocols, enabling decentralized margin tradingDYDXBinancehttps://dydx.community/dashboard
4SushiSwapThe SushiSwap exchange allows users to swap any ERC20 token into any other ERC20 token through automated liquidity poolsSUSHIBinancehttps://sushi.com/
51inch.exchange1inch.exchange split the order to several decentralized exchanges like UniswapExchange, KyberNetwork, Bancor and RadarRelay to avoid high price slippage.1INCHBinancehttps://1inch.io/
6BalancerBalancer Exchange allow you to swap ERC20 tokens trustlessly across all Balancer’s liquidity pools.BALBinancehttps://balancer.fi/
7DodoDODO is a on-chain liquidity provider which leverages the Proactive Market Maker algorithm (PMM) to provide on-chain and contract-fillable liquidity for everyone. Binancehttps://dodoex.io/
8BancorBancor is an on-chain liquidity protocol that enables automated, decentralized token exchange on Ethereum and across blockchains.BNTBinancehttps://home.bancor.network/
9IDEXIDEX is a non-custodial exchange that integrates with any custody solution and allows users to trade with one another without giving up control to a third-party custodianIDEXBinancehttps://idex.io/
10MultichainMultichain(previously Anyswap) is a fully decentralized cross chain swap protocol, based on Fusion DCRM technology, with automated pricing and liquidity system.MULTIBinancehttps://multichain.org/
11AirSwapPeer-to-peer token trading on Ethereum, without trading fees.ASTBinancehttps://www.airswap.io/#/
12RhinoFiRhinoFi(previously DeversiFi) is a hybrid Ethereum exchange platform providing access to spot trading, margin trading, P2P funding & decentralized trading.DVFBitfinexhttps://rhino.fi/
13KyberSwapKyberSwap allows anyone to convert tokens directly from their wallet in an instant, convenient and secure way.KNCBinancehttps://kyberswap.com/swap
14ParaSwapParaSwap is a decentralized exchange aggregator that provides the best prices over multiple DEXs on the Ethereum blockchainPSPBybithttps://www.paraswap.io/
15CowSwapCowSwap is a trading interface built on top of Gnosis Protocol v2. It allows you to buy and sell tokens using gas-less orders that are settled peer-to-peer among its users or into any on-chain liquidity source while providing MEV protection.  https://cowswap.exchange
16DDEXDDEX is the decentralized exchange built on Hydro Protocol technology, offering real-time order matching with secure on-chain settlement.  https://ddex.io/
17DexGuruDexGuru is a trading platform for modern traders where on-chain analytics combined with trading capabilities.  https://dex.guru/
18MatchaMatcha is a crypto trading platform with smart order routing powered by 0x. Matcha aggregates liquidity from multiple sources, including 0x, Kyber, Uniswap, Oasis, Curve, and others  https://matcha.xyz/
19MesaMesa is an open source interface for Gnosis Protocol, a fully permissionless DEX that enables ring trades to maximize liquidity.  https://mesa.eth.link/
20OasisOasis is a decentralized, non-custodial exchange built on the OasisDEX Protocol enabling the trade of the tokens used in Multi-Collateral Dai (MCD).  https://oasis.app/#multiply

 

4. Decentralized Lending on Ethereum

RatingNameDescribeTokenExchangeWebsite
1AaveAave is an Open Source and Non-Custodial protocol to earn interest on deposits & borrow assets.AAVEBinancehttps://aave.com/
2CompoundCompound is an open-source, autonomous protocol built for developers, enable algorithmic, efficient money markets on the Ethereum.COMPBinancehttps://compound.finance/
3KavaKava is a Layer-1 blockchain that combines the speed and interoperability of Cosmos with the developer power of Ethereum.KAVABinancehttps://www.kava.io/
4Cream FinanceC.R.E.A.M. is a crypto lending and borrowing dApp based on the Compound protocol with altered pools assets and own governance token.CREAMBinancehttps://cream.finance/
5MapleMaple is a decentralized corporate credit market. Maple offers borrowers transparent and efficient financing completed entirely on-chainMPLGate.iohttps://maple.finance/ 
6TrueFiTrueFi is a protocol for uncollateralized lendingTRUBinancehttps://truefi.io/
7WingWing is a credit-based, decentralized platform designed for crypto-asset lending and cross-chain communication between DeFi projects

WING

 

Binancehttps://wing.finance/ 
8AlchemixAlchemix is a future-yield-backed synthetic asset platform with flexible instant loans that repay themselves over time and community DAO. The platform advances your yield farming via a synthetic token representing a fungible claim on any underlying collateral in the Alchemix protocolALCXBinancehttps://alchemix.fi/
9LiquityLiquity is a decentralized borrowing protocol that allows you to draw interest-free loans against Ether used as collateral.LQTYHuobihttps://www.liquity.org/
10GoldfinchGoldfinch is a global credit protocol that offers sustainable, high-quality stablecoin yields that are generated by real-world economic activity and sheltered from DeFi's volatility.GFIGate.iohttps://goldfinch.finance/
11Unit protocolUnit Protocol is a decentralized protocol that allows you to mint stablecoin $USDP using a variety of tokens as collateralDUCKGate.iohttps://unit.xyz/
12Yield ProtocolYield Protocol is an open source platform allowing anybody to create and execute yield farming & trading strategies on the Ethereum Defi ecosystem.YIELDGate.iohttps://yieldprotocol.org/
1388mph88mph lets you lend your crypto assets at a fixed interest rateMPHMEXChttps://88mph.app/
14NotionalNotional is a fixed rate lending and borrowing platform on EthereumNOTECoinExhttps://notional.finance/
15Oasis BorrowOasis Borrow allows you to lock your tokens as collateral to generate DAI, a decentralized stablecoin soft-pegged to 1 USD.  https://oasis.app/#multiply
16FulcrumFulcrum is the platform for tokenized margin trading and lending, enables users to lend assets for interest or enter into short/leveraged positions.  https://fulcrum.trade/
17TorqueTorque is a powerful DeFi platform for borrowing assets with indefinite-term loans and fixed interest rates.  https://torque.loans/

 

5. Payments Solutions and Service Providers

RatingNameDescribeTokenExchangeWebsite
1MaticPolygon is a blockchain scalability platform which provides secure, scalable and instant transactions powered by PoS side chains and an adapted version of Plasma.MATICBinancehttps://polygon.technology/
2OMG NetworkOMG Network architecture enables developers to build a L2 Applications with high throughputs and strong safety guarantees.OMGBinancehttps://omg.network/
3Celer NetworkCeler Network is a layer-2 scaling platform that enables fast and secure off-chain transactions for not only payment transactions, but also generalized off-chain smart contract.CELRBinancehttps://www.celer.network/#
4RequestRequest is a decentralized network built on top of Ethereum, which allows anyone, anywhere to request, validate and execute payments.REQBinancehttps://request.network/en/
5PersistencePersistence is a Tendermint based specialized Layer-1 powering an ecosystemof DeFi dApps focused on unlocking the liquidity of staked assets.XPRTHuobihttps://persistence.one/
6ShapeshiftA free open source platform to trade, track, buy, and earn. Community-owned. Private. Non-custodial. Multi-chain. FOXMEXChttps://shapeshift.com/
7XionXion Global is a multi-chain crypto payment processor most commonly used for metaverses, NFT marketplaces, gaming and e-commerce storesXGTLbank https://www.xion.global/
8xDai Stable ChainxDai Chain provide users with fast transactions and low gas prices. xDai Stable Chain is Ethereum compatible, so data and assets can be transferred to the Ethereum providing backend safety and opportunities to scale.STAKEHuobihttps://developers.gnosischain.com/
9SablierSablier is the protocol for real-time finance on Ethereum, that enables continuous, autonomous and trustless payroll.  https://sablier.finance/
10zkSynczkSync is a trustless protocol for scalable low-cost payments on Ethereum, powered by zkRollup technology.  https://zksync.io/
11SuperfluidSuperfluid is a novel crypto asset streaming protocol that enables transformative web3 money experiences like salary and subscription streaming, real-time investing, and more – all on-chain  https://www.superfluid.finance/home
12StablePayStablePay enables ERC20 tokens payments converted to DAI and cDAI.   https://stablepay.vercel.app/
13ConnextConnext enables users to batch many Ethereum transactions into one netted transfer by using signed off-blockchain commitments rather than direct on-blockchain transactions.  https://www.connext.network/
14MobilecoinMobile cryptocurrency payment platform  https://mobilecoin.com/
15SwapinUltra-fast payments between crypto and banks  https://www.swapin.com/

 

6. Marketplaces

RatingNameDescribeTokenExchangeWebsite
1OpenSeaOpenSea is a peer to peer marketplace for crypto collectibles  https://opensea.io/
2LooksRareLooksRare is the community-first NFT marketplace that actively rewards traders, collectors and creators for participatingLOOKSBybithttps://looksrare.org/
3GitcoinGitcoin is a marketplace of freelance gigs and bounties for open source projects.GTCBinancehttps://gitcoin.co/
4SuperrareSuperRare is a marketplace to collect and trade unique, single-edition digital artworks.RAREBinancehttps://superrare.com/
5GemGem.xyz is an NFT Aggregator. You can buy multiple NFTs(aka sweep floor) using Gem Web 3 shopping cart, pay with any token and save up to 39% on gas fees.  https://www.gem.xyz/
6FoundationFoundation is a marketplace platform for buying, selling, and trading limited-edition goods.  https://foundation.app/
7LocalCryptosLocalCryptos (LocalEthereum) is a self-custodial peer-to-peer local ETH marketplace.  https://localcryptos.com/
8KnownoriginKnownOrigin lets you discover, showcase & buy digital artwork + NFT collectibles.  https://knownorigin.io/
9NFTKEYNFTKEY is a decentralised NFT marketplace that allows Ethereum and Binance Smart Chain NFTs to be listed, bid on, bought and sold without any centralized servers  https://nftkey.app/
10RaribleRarible allows you to create and sell NFT collectibles at digital art marketplaceRARIGate.iohttps://rarible.com/
11XX is a community-owned, cross-chain NFT marketplace. X enables users to collect, create and sell NFTs across multiple blockchains on the decentralized marketplace.X https://x.xyz/

 

7. Ethereum-based DAO Platforms

RatingNameDescribeTokenExchangeWebsite
1AragonAragon allows you to create global, bureaucracy-free companies and freely organize and collaborate without borders or intermediaries.ANTBinancehttps://aragon.org/
2BoardroomBoardroom is a simple interface to engage, signal, and vote on protocol decisions with an integrated governance management platform improving distributed decision making  https://boardroom.io/
3ColonyColony is a suite of smart contracts, providing a general purpose framework for the essential functions organizations require, such as ownership, structure, authority, and financial management.  https://colony.io/
4DaostackDAOStack is an open source project advancing the technology and adoption of decentralized governance.  https://daostack.io/
5DxdaoThe DXdao is a decentralized organization that develops, governs, and grows DeFi protocols and products, owned and operated by the community.DXDCoinExhttps://dxdao.eth.link/#/
6DaohausDaohaus is a DAO Explorer with interface enabling joining existing DAOs, as well as creating a new Moloch-like DAOs.HAUSHotBithttps://daohaus.club/
7SnapshotSnapshot is a off-chain, gasless, multi-governance community polling dashboard  https://snapshot.org/#/
8TallyTally is a voting dashboard, aggregating data from defi protocols’ governance and providing it in real-time for research and analysis  https://www.tally.xyz/

 

8. Yield Aggregators on Ethereum

RatingNamedescribeTokenExchangeWebsite
1Yearn.financeYearn.Finance automates yield-maximizing profit switching opportunities for liquidity providers and yield farmers.YFIBinancehttps://yearn.finance/
2HarvestHarvest automatically farms the highest yield available from the newest DeFi protocols, and optimizes the yields that are received using the latest farming techniques.FARMBinancehttps://harvest.finance/
3BellaPlatform that aggregates Farming, Lending, Saving services in one placeBELBinancehttps://bella.fi/
4Alpha HomoraAlpha Homora is a leveraged yield farming and leveraged liquidity providing protocol.ALPHABinancehttps://homora.alphaventuredao.io/
5AkropolisAkropolis allows executing automatic dollar-cost averaging into BTC ETH and participating in different liquidity mining programs.AKROBinancehttps://www.akropolis.io/
6FrontierFrontier is a chain-agnostic decentralized finance aggregatorFRONTBinancehttps://frontier.xyz/
7o3swapAggregate liquidity sources across leading DEXs.o3MEXChttps://o3swap.com/swap
8VesperVesper provides a suite of yield-generating products, focused on accessibility, optimization, and longevityVSPGatehttps://vesper.finance/
9IdleIdle enables tokenizing the best interest rate among Ethereum money markets. IDLEHotbithttps://idle.finance/
10PicklePickle allow users to deposit tokens from liquidity pools such as Uniswap or Curve, and then execute sophisticated strategies that maximize the returns of the depositorPICKLEGatehttps://www.pickle.finance/
11GRO ProtocolGro is a yield optimizer that enables leverage and protection through risk tranching.GRO https://www.gro.xyz/
12Rari CapitalRari Capital is a roboadvisor that ensures you receive the highest yield, beyond just lending.  https://rari.capital/
13bEarn FibEarn Fi is a cross-chain yield aggregator on Binance Smart Chain blockchain (BSC) and Ethereum blockchain.  https://www.bearn.fi/

 

9. Wallet and Asset Management Tools

RatingNameDescribeTokenExchangeWebsite
1MetaMaskMetaMask is a browser extension that allows users to run Ethereum dApps and interacting with smart contracts.   https://metamask.io/
2Trust WalletMulti cryptocurrency wallet to store your favorite BEP2, ERC20 and ERC721, tokens.TWTBinancehttps://trustwallet.com/
3Coinbase WalletCoinbase Wallet is a mobile crypto wallet supporting multicoin assets as well as ERC-20 tokens and ERC-721 collectibles. Coinbase Wallet also provides access to Web 3 Decentralized Applications (dApps) powered by Ethereum smart contracts.  https://www.coinbase.com/wallet
4Enjin Crypto WalletEnjin is a mobile cryptocurrency wallet with dApp browser, supporting Ethereum, Bitcoin, Litecoin, ERC20, ERC721 AND ERC1155 tokens.ENJBinancehttps://enjin.io/products/wallet
5Huobi WalletHuobi Wallet is a multi-currency wallet featuring cross-chain exchange of mainstream coins, dApps browser, and staking as a service for PoS networks.  https://www.itoken.com/
6XDEFI WalletXDEFI Wallet is a cross-chain wallet extension. It is the world’s only wallet with native integrations on THORChain, Ethereum + several EVM networks and Terra.XDEFIGate.iohttps://www.xdefi.io/
7Infinito WalletInfinito Wallet is a mobile multi-currency wallet with dApps browser for interacting with the DeFi ecosystem.INFT https://www.infinitowallet.io/
8Cobo WalletCobo Wallet is a multi-chain cryptocurrency wallet on iOS & Android, with built in dApps browser.  https://cobo.com/
9MathWalletMulti-chain wallet, integrating DeFi features  https://mathwallet.org/en-us/
10EnzymeEnzyme Finance formerly known as Melon Protocol, is a user interface that allows interaction with on-chain funds.MLNBinancehttps://enzyme.finance/
11TokenPocketTokenPocket is a multi-chain cryptocurrency wallet on both mobile and desktop with built in dApp browsers.TPTGate.iohttps://www.tokenpocket.pro/
12FurucomboFurucombo is a tool built for end-users to optimize their DeFi strategy simply by drag and drop UI.

COMBO

 

Gate.iohttps://furucombo.app/
13Stake DAOStake DAO is a non-custodial platform that enables anyone to easily grow their crypto portfolio. It is built on top of decentralized blockchain protocols, offering a seamless way for people to grow, track, and control assets right from their wallet.SDTUniswaphttps://app.stakedao.org/
14DhedgedHEDGE is a platform for managing investment activities on the Ethereum blockchain where you can put your capital to work in different strategies based on a transparent track recordDHTHuobihttps://www.dhedge.org/
15InstaDAppInstadapp is a platform providing users and developers with a single point of integration to access all the DeFi protocolsINSTMEXChttps://instadapp.io/
16RainbowRainbow is a fun, simple, and secure Ethereum wallet that makes managing your assets a joy.RAINBOWHotBithttps://rainbow.me/
17ZapperZapper is a system focused on abstracting away the complexities of composing and accessing the most innovative opportunities in open finance.  https://zapper.fi/
18TokensetsTokenSets is the asset management platform with tokenized trading strategies facilitated by Set Protocol’s smart contract system.  https://www.tokensets.com/
19ArgentArgent is a smart contract based wallet for Ethereum crypto-assets and dApps.  https://www.argent.xyz/
20imTokenimToken is a digital asset wallet enabling multi-chain asset management, dApp browsing and exchange of value  https://token.im/
21ZerionZerion is an investment interface for decentralized finance, providing users with a single place to manage their entire DeFi portfolio in a non-custodial way  https://zerion.io/
22DeFi SaverDeFi Saver is a management dashboard for decentralized finance protocols, including MakerDAO CDPs (with features such as automatic liquidation protection), as well as Compound, dYdX and Fulcrum.   https://defisaver.com/
23EidooEidoo gives access to a full range of features and financial services fully compliant, which are safe and easy to use via the Eidoo app, including a non-custodial Wallet, a Hybrid Exchange and a platform to participate and launch token sales.  https://eidoo.io/
24TorUsAn open source, non-custodial key management network  https://tor.us/
25Gnosis SafeGnosis Safe is a smart contract-based wallet enables users to manage their funds and interact with decentralized applications on Ethereum.  https://gnosis-safe.io/
26MultisMultis is a multi-signature Ethereum wallet with a user-friendly interface to manage your company’s crypto  https://multis.co/

 

10. Synthetic Assets, NFT and Derivatives on Ethereum

RatingNameDescribeTokenExchangeWebsite
1SynthetixSynthetix platform enables creation of the on-chain synthetic assets that tracks value of assets in real world.SNXBinancehttps://synthetix.io/
2Mirror ProtocolMirror is a protocol that enables Mirrored Assets(mAssets) synthetic assets that give traders price exposure to real-world assets by reflecting their price activity on-chain.MIRBinancehttps://mirror.finance/
3OpynOpyn is the insurance layer for decentralized finance.OSQTHBKEXhttps://www.opyn.co/
4Olympus DAOOlympus is a decentralized reserve currency protocol based on the OHM token. Each OHM token is backed by a basket of assets in the Olympus treasury, giving it an intrinsic value that it cannot fall below.OHMGate.iohttps://www.olympusdao.finance/
5DefiPulse IndexThe DeFi Pulse Index is a digital asset index designed to track tokens’ performance within the Decentralized Finance industry.DPIKucoinhttps://indexcoop.com/
6HegicHegic is on-chain options trading protocol, allowing you to buy ETH call and put options as an individual holder (buyer) or sell ETH call and put options as a liquidity provider.HEGICMEXChttps://www.hegic.co/
7Ribbon FinanceRibbon Finance uses financial engineering to create structured products that deliver sustainable yield.RBNMEXChttps://www.ribbon.finance/
8ReflexerReflexer is a platform where anyone can use their crypto collateral to issue reflex indexes.FLXMEXChttps://reflexer.finance/
9Cryptex FinanceCryptex Finance tokenized Total Cryptocurrency Market Capitalization into TCAP token that gives holders real-time price exposure to this key metric.CTXHuobihttps://cryptex.finance/
10PieDAOThe PieDAO is a decentralized organization dedicated to bringing market accessibility and economic empowerment through Pie Protocol and Tokenized ETFs governed by a DAODOUGHMEXChttps://www.piedao.org/
11FinNexus OptionsFinNexus Options is a decentralized options protocol with a multi-asset single-pool model where option buyers can set their own option termsFNX https://options.finnexus.io/
12Indexed FinanceIndexed Finance is a set of capitalization-weighted index pools designed to replicate the behavior of index fundsNDX https://indexcoop.com/
13NFTXNFTX is a platform for making ERC20 tokens that are backed by NFT collectibles and governed by a community-owned protocolNFTXPoloniexhttps://nftx.io/
14FractionalFractional is a decentralized protocol where NFT owners can mint tokenized fractional ownership of their NFTs  https://fractional.art/
15NFT20NFT20 is a permissionless protocol enabling trade, swap and sell NFTs that tokenized at indices pools.  https://nft20.io/

 

11. Analytics Platforms

RatingNameDescribeWebsite
1Token TerminalToken Terminal is a analytics dashboard that provides traditional financial metrics on cryptoassets and defi productshttps://tokenterminal.com/
2DefiLlamaDefiLlama is a multi-chain TVL stats dashboard, where data connectors contributed and maintained by a communityhttps://defillama.com/
3DeepDAODeepDAO is a platform that collects and organizes a variety of quantitative and qualitative data about DAOshttps://deepdao.io/organizations
4APY.VisionAPY.Vision is an all-in-one analytics dashboard for liquidity providers and yield farmershttps://apy.vision/
5Dune AnalyticsDune Analytics allows you to instantly create and share analysis of Ethereum data. Smart contract data is converted to a human-readable format that can be queried with SQLhttps://dune.com/browse/dashboards
6NansenNansen is an analytics platform for Ethereum, which combines on-chain data with a massive and constantly growing database containing millions of wallet labelshttps://www.nansen.ai/
7vfat.toolsVfat.tools is a minimalist yield farming dashboard and farming calculator where you can find the most popular farms and their APYhttps://vfat.tools/
8Revert FinanceRevert provides actionable analytics for DeFi liquidity providers on Uniswap v2, v3 and Sushiswaphttps://revert.finance/
9L2beatL2BEAT is an analytics and research website about Ethereum layer 2 scaling. Here you will find in depth comparison of major protocols live on Ethereum today.https://l2beat.com/
10ChainbeatChainbeat is the data insights and analytics platform for web3. Chainbeat enables comprehensive cross-blockchain analytics and providing in-depth insights on active users, transactions, events, token transfers with real-time alerts and custom reports based on real-time smart contract usage.https://chainbeat.io/
11Croco FinanceCroco Finance let you analyze your liquidity positions in Uniswap, Sushiswap, and Balancerhttps://croco.finance/#/
12DeBankDeBank is a dashboard for tracking your DeFi portfolio, with data and analytics for decentralized lending protocols, stablecoins, margin trading platforms and DEXes.https://debank.com/
13LoanScanLoanScan provides data and analytics for loans issued via open finance protocols on the Ethereum blockchain.https://linen.app/interest-rates/

 

12. Prediction Markets

RatingNameDescribeTokenExchangeWebsite
1AugurAugur is a decentralized oracle and peer to peer protocol for prediction markets.REPBinancehttp://www.augur.net/
2GnosisGnosis is an open platform for creating prediction market applications on the Ethereum protocol.GNOBinancehttps://gnosis.io/
3PlotXPlotX is a cross-chain prediction market protocol that enables crypto traders to make crypto-asset price predictions in hourly, daily & weekly time frames.PLOTUniswaphttps://plotx.io/
4PolymarketPolymarket is an information markets platform, where you can bet on the highly-debated topics and earn for being right.  https://polymarket.com/
5Omen.ethOmen uses the Gnosis conditional token framework to give anyone the ability to create a prediction market - be it in the realm of crypto, sports, politics, entertainment, etc.  https://omen.eth.link/

 

13. KYC & Identity on Ethereum

RatingNameDescribeTokenExchangeWebsite
1CivicSecure blockchain identity toolbox and ecosystem.CVCBinancehttps://www.civic.com/
2SelfKeySelfKey is building a blockchain-based identity system that allows identity owners to truly own, control and manage their digital identity.KEYBinancehttps://selfkey.org/
3HydroHydro enables new and existing private systems to seamlessly integrate and leverage the immutable and transparent dynamics of a public blockchain, to enhance application and document security, identity management, and transactions.HYDROCoinExhttps://projecthydro.org/
4BlockpassBlockpass is a blockchain based self-sovereign identity protocol for the connected world. Blockpass offers shared regulatory compliance services for humans, companies, objects and devices.PASSBitfinexhttps://www.blockpass.org/
5BloomBloom is a blockchain solution for secure identity and credit scoring.BLTHotbithttps://bloom.co/
6ColendiColendi it is blockchain based credibility evaluation and global identity for the sharing economy.  https://www.colendi.com/
7BrightIDBrightID allows people to prove to applications that they’re only using one account.  https://www.brightid.org/
8JolocomJolocom is an open source protocol for people and organizations to create and interact with digital, self-sovereign identities.  https://jolocom.io/
9IdentityIdentity.com is an open source ecosystem providing access to on-demand, secure identity verification.  https://www.identity.com/home-3/
103Box3Box is a next-generation framework for managing user data on the internet.  https://3boxlabs.com/

 

14. Margin Trading on Ethereum

RatingNameDescribeTokenExchangeWebsite
1dYdXdYdX is a trading platform for crypto assets, built with open-source protocols, enabling decentralized margin trading.DYDXBinancehttps://dydx.community/dashboard
2Perpetual ProtocolPerpetual Protocol is a decentralized perpetual contract protocol with virtual AMMs to provide guaranteed liquidity.PERPBinancehttps://perp.com/
3FulcrumFulcrum is the platform for tokenized margin lending and trading, enables users to lend assets for interest or enter into short/leveraged positions.  https://fulcrum.trade/
4Margin DDEXDDEX is an advanced decentralized margin exchange. Users can create leveraged margin positions and earn interest through decentralized lending pools.  https://ddex.io/

 

15. Decentralized Insurance Platforms

RatingNameDescribeWebsite
1InsurAce ProtocolInsurAce is a multi-chain protocol that provides insurance services to DeFi users, allowing them to protect their investment funds against various riskshttps://app.insurace.io/
2Nexus MutualSecure risk and potential bugs in smart contract code. Be covered for events like The DAO hack or Parity multi-sig wallet issues.https://nexusmutual.io/
3Opium InsuranceOpium Insurance offers tradable, tokenized insurance position against smart-contract hacking or against stablecoin default.https://opium.finance/

 

16. Asset Tokenization

RatingNameDescribeTokenExchangeWebsite
1Polymath NetworkA platform for the creation of tokenized securities.POLYBinancehttps://polymath.network/
2TokensoftTokenSoft enables issuers, financial institutions, broker-dealers, real estate companies, and funds to meet compliance requirements for digital securities on the blockchain at issuance, distribution, and transfer.  https://www.tokensoft.io/
3HarborHarbor is an all-in-one platform for digital securities such as funds, private equity, and commercial real estate.  https://harbor.com/
4OpenFinanceOpenFinance Network is a U.S. regulated trading platform for digital alternative assets.  https://www.openfinance.io/
5SecuritizeThe compliance platform for digitizing securities on the blockchain.  https://securitize.io/
6TemplumTemplum provides a regulated, end-to-end solution for raising capital and secondary trading in the private market.  https://www.templuminc.com/

 

17. Savings Apps on Ethereum

RatingNameDescribeTokenExchangeWebsite
1PoolTogetherPoolTogether is a no-loss, audited savings game powered by blockchain technology.POOLGate.iohttps://pooltogether.com/
2Linen AppLinen App provides a non-custodial wallet and allows you to connect your U.S. bank account to supply digital dollars (stablecoin USDC) to the Compound liquidity pool on the Ethereum blockchain  https://linen.app/

Conclusion

While some Ethereum dApps may appear similar to traditional web applications from a user perspective, dApps are capable of operating and transacting in a peer-to-peer fashion without the need for a central authority. Ethereum continues to be the most widely adopted platform of its kind, Ethereum blockchain remains the second largest, in large part because of the project’s success in attracting developers to build dApps on its network.

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10 Writing steps to create a good project brief - Mobile app development

Developing a mobile application can often be more challenging than it seems at first glance. Whether you’re a developer, UI designer, project lead or CEO of a mobile-based startup, writing good project briefs prior to development is pivotal. According to Tech Jury, 87% of smartphone users spend time exclusively on mobile apps, with 18-24-year-olds spending 66% of total digital time on mobile apps. Of that, 89% of the time is spent on just 18 apps depending on individual users’ preferences, making proper app planning crucial for success.

Today’s audiences know what they want and don’t want in their mobile apps, encouraging teams to carefully write their project plans before they approach development. But how do you properly write a mobile app development brief without sacrificing your vision and staying within the initial budget? Why should you do so in the first place? Let’s discuss that and more in greater detail.

Why a Good Mobile App Project Brief Matters?

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It’s worth discussing the significance of mobile app project briefs before we tackle the writing process itself. In practice, a project brief is used as a reference tool for developers to remain focused on the client’s deliverables. Approaching the development process without written and approved documentation can lead to drastic, last-minute changes, misunderstanding, as well as a loss of resources and brand reputation.

For example, developing a mobile app that filters restaurants based on food type, such as Happy Cow, means that developers should stay focused on it. Knowing that such and such features, UI elements, and API are necessary will help team members collaborate better in order to meet certain expectations. Whether you develop an app under your brand’s banner or outsource coding and design services to would-be clients, briefs can provide you with several benefits:

  • Clarity on what your mobile app project “is” and “isn’t” early in development
  • Point of reference for developers, project leads, and clients throughout the cycle
  • Smart allocation of available time and resources based on objective development criteria
  • Streamlined project data storage for further app updates and iterations

Writing Steps to Create a Good Mobile App Project Brief

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1. Establish the “You” Behind the App

Depending on how “open” your project is to the public, you will want to write a detailed section about who the developers are. Elements such as company name, address, project lead, project title, as well as contact information, should be included in this introductory segment. Regardless of whether you build an in-house app or outsource developers to a client, this section is used for easy document storage and access.

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