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Biggest EOS Dapps, Rated and Reviewed for 2019

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EOS has emerged as the leading blockchain platforms for the development and deployment of decentralized applications (Dapps) after its predecessor Ethereum. Currently, there are over 360 EOS Dapps running on the EOS blockchain.

Below, you will find a list of the top twelve best EOS Dapps, measured by metrics such as EOS balance held, number of users, and transaction volumes.

Name Description Year Launched Balance (EOS) Number of Users (24hrs) 7-Day Volume ($) Number of Transaction (7 Days) Score
EOSBet Launched in August 2018, EOSBet is a decentralized, provably-fair gambling platform built on the EOS blockchain architecture. It was the first on-chain gambling casino to receive gambling license from Curacao’s Ministry of Justice. 2018 80,300 4,700 5,300,000 908,500 4.5
Newdex Launched in March 2019, Newdex is a decentralized exchange on the EOS network that enables investors to buy and sell EOS tokens. 2019 54,100 1,200 17,400,000 167,200 4
Poker EOS Launched in December 2018, Poker EOS is an online poker platform that runs on the EOS protocol. It enables gamblers to play a variety of popular poker games. 2018 37,700 1,400 12,300,000 538,800 4
BigGame Launched in March 2019, BIG.GAME is a provably fair online casino based on the EOS blockchain that offers a variety of casino games, including dice, lotto, and tri card poker, among others. 2019 205,600 1,400 8,500,000 102,300 4
EOSJacks Launched in November 2018, EOSJacks is an online casino that runs on the EOS blockchain. The e-gaming platform offers dice, black jack, and numerous other gambling games. 2018 16,400 429 24,700,000 731,700 3.5
VSBet Launched in March 2019, VSbet is a multi-PvP dice game that runs on the EOS protocol. Aside from a traditional dice games, it also offers a team battle modus where the winners take the entire jackpot. 2019 1,000 1,200 3,100,000 596,100 3
Dice Launched in March 2019, Dice is the largest social gaming platform on the EOS protocol. Gamblers can earn DICE tokens from paying and receive dividends from staking their tokens. Moreover, the gambling platform also offers a range of other popular online casino games. 2019 777,200 954 2,600,000 1,800,000 3
DEXEOS Launched in August 2018, DEXEOS, is the world’s first EOS-based eecentralized exchange that enables traders to buy and sell EOS tokens in a secure and trustless manner. 2018 1,600 988 6,600,000 164,600 2.5
Chaince Launched in June 2018, Chaince is a hybrid exchange running on the EOS protocol that offers a convenient, safe, and liquid trading experience. Investors are not required to registor or depost funds on the exchange, thus increasing fund security while trading EOS tokens. 2018 382,700 282 4,300,000 3,500 2.5
Chintai Launched in October 2018, Chintai is a community-owned, feeless, on-chain, decentralized token leasing platform that enables EOS users to lend their EOS tokens to earn interest from other users who need access to CPU/NET bandwidth. 2018 463,400 74 3,800,000 1,700 2.5
BetHash Launched in January 2019, BetHash enables gamblers to best on the hash value of the blockchain. Built on EOS, this decentralized gaming platform guarantees fairness for all gamblers as well as generous payouts. 2019 37,100 1,100 3,000,000 653,700 2.5
Eosget Baccarat & Sicbo Launched in March 2019, Eosget is another online gambing platform based on the EOS protocol. It offers games such as Sicbo and Baccarat. 2019 6,900 237 2,500,000 14,300 1

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