Is there a list of DAPPs that are already useable?

Useable means there is an easy accessible GUI, that can interact with the contract.

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  • There currently are no real world examples that I have found, I like to think of ethereum as being in beta. – atomiccat2002 May 20 '16 at 19:07
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Here are some that are deployed live on Frontier:

Mist Wallet

Safe Market

Gnosis - prediction market

Alarm Clock

Etheria - virtual world

Digix - Bitcoin to Gold on Ethereum


There are many other dApps on testnet and other phases of development, and a list is at: http://dapps.ethercasts.com


There are a few DAPP lists out there.

http://dapps.ethercasts.com is pretty extensive, but not all of them are easy to use or publicly available.

http://reddit.com/r/ethdapps is a bit outdated and doesn't see much activity, but there are some good example DAPPs from the early days.

https://ethereum.org/#projects has the really big official DAPP companies.

The DevCon1 Talks are great for seeing what's out there as well


Have you seen this article (linked below) from MIT Technology Review? It is a critique of a newly launched $130 million project, however it may be an interesting starting place:



To get an idea of what's going on in the community, and where various projects currently are, you could take a look at the talks from DevCon1.

While this doesn't give an exhaustive list, and is perhaps skewed towards higher-profile groups and teams (and those that could make it to London... ), it does provide a way to get a general feel for the current DApp environment, and the trends that are being created.

(Minor caveat: DevCon1 was a couple of months ago now.)


Ethereum Wallet doesn't allow external URLs to be accessed, but it is the easiest way for a user to interact with Ethereum and contracts. (Current easiest official way.) So technically, this is "contracts and transferring money only, not Dapps".

Mist would allow you a similar interface to Ethereum Wallet, and allow Dapps, but would not be easy for beginner users to set up. ("Just install your node.js, download our git repo, download any dependencies, run our meteor, run electron"... a bit too much for a newb.)

I wouldn't trust any non-official easy accessible GUI.

I'd wait until Ethereum Wallet starts allowing external URLs. (If that's even the plan?) You can switch this back and forth (mist/wallet) with a single variable, but I don't think you can change it from the executable.


Here's a listing of various dapps and their state of development:


  • While this link may answer the question, it is better to include the essential parts of the answer here and provide the link for reference. Link-only answers can become invalid if the linked page changes. – linagee Jan 23 '16 at 7:11
  • Well, in this case the link is the answer. You can hardly maintain an updated list on stackexchange. so +1 for the link in this rare case. – Waqar Lim Jan 27 '16 at 19:54

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