When we talk about decentralized applications we mean an application where control and decision-making is transferred to a distributed network. Sometimes we find this formula: a user that interacts with the dApp frontend — either web or mobile — which then interacts with the backend APIs. The backend, then, on request interacts with the smart contract(s) or blockchain through public nodes. Is this the right way to build a decentralized application or we are missing something? Let’s dive into it!


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Anonit at 10:22 on 14 Apr 2023

Needed humor, rehearsal, some fact checks, bigger font size and graphics

Sufficiently advanced but needed polish. Topic not so interesting imo however.

Francesco at 21:12 on 14 Apr 2023

Complex topic but clear and easy explanation! Great job!

I liked the talk; the Web3 topic is so vast and rapidly changing that it's not easy to present it in a one shot speech.
Soumaya focused on a specific aspect of the matter and did a very good job

Carl Vuorinen at 17:31 on 21 Apr 2023

I feel like some previous knowledge of web3 was expected to understand everything, but it was interesting none the less. Also kinda missed what would be some real world use cases for something like this (other than selling NFTs).