A lot of developments are taking place behind the scenes of most cryptocurrencies and blockchain projects. While there is a very strong focus on dApps right now, it would appear the concept of mApps should not be overlooked either. Now is a good time to see what makes these concepts different, and whether or not one offers more advantages over the other.
Various cryptocurrency and blockchain projects have seen an influx of dApps over the years. A dApp is a single-ledger distributed application which can unlock new business models and use cases. In the case of Ethereum, its dApp ecosystem has gone off without a hitch over the past few years, despite hitting a few roadblocks in terms of scaling and network congestion.