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Top 10 Significant Importance of, #cs183dAppDL

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ZN0VKUOa_normal.jpg Larry Chiang (@LarryChiang)
8/26/17, 6:53 AM
Top 10 Significant Importance of, #cs183dAppDL.

-1- dApp. Very significant.

A Distributed App is an app that’s decentralized. An example of a centralized application is Experian, Trans Union and Equifax. A dApp example would be @4thCreditBureau.

-2- Significant in that a dApp is a sequel to, #cs183b and fork from #cs183AppDL.

-3- cs183b, Lec 3 is the most significant LECTURE no one studied prior to the lecture.

PG thought it was such a difficult topic (do things that don’t scale), that he didn’t bring it up in his own LECTURE until question #10.

-4- #cs183AppDL. Like a collision Bros install, #cs183AppDL allows you to get app functionality PRIOR to your downloading an app

#5} #cs183AppDL is significant in that #cs183d (distribution) is tantamount.

-6- Distribution. Selling a couple people on the functionality of the app.

(7) Distribution using the technique of crossing the innovation chasm From The Right

-8- Distribution inside the bell curve of Blockchain founders

-9- Distribution that’s done in a mobile and impromptu manner and method.

-10- Puppies

Your dApp can be ignored. Your puppy!?! Not so much.

Written by Larry Chiang

August 26, 2017 at 3:08 pm

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