January 2020 Top Ten Blockstack Apps Sparking a Privacy Revolution
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SAN FRANCISCO - Californer -- Over the last five years, we have seen the rise of fake news, surveillance capitalism and a growing realization that we have given up our privacy for convenience. Meanwhile privacy advocates gathered around the globe this week to celebrate Data Privacy Week, "an international effort to create awareness about the importance of respecting privacy, safeguarding data and enabling trust" according to the IAPP.

While privacy professionals celebrate data privacy, ethical  developers are creating apps that respect individual digital rights, decentralization and privacy. These "Can't Be Evil" principles as set forth by Blockstack PBC require that apps neither collect user data, use cookies nor track users. In short, Blockstack apps respect data privacy.

Dappity is your portal to privacy respecting apps. In honor of Data Privacy week, Dappity has selected it's top ten Blockstack apps. One word describes the development teams behind each of these apps: Hustle. Please take a look at all of the apps and provide feedback to the developers.

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You can find all of the top ten apps and many more at https://dappity.app

These are the top ten Blockstack apps for January 2020:

• Runkod (Developer Tools) decentralized web hosting.

• BlockSurvey (Business Tools) Privacy-focused Surveys, Polls & Forms.
• Solved!Online (Games) A jigsaw puzzle solving adventure!

• Mumble (Chat) Text and voice chat for passionate communities.

• Mindtalk (Health) A private diary for mental health.

• BeeHive (Utilities) Smart, secure and private image storage.
• Paras (Social Networking) Your Decentralized Personal Website.
• Envelop (Utilities) Share private files easily.
• Predicto (Games) Make predictions about future events to earn money.
• OI App Center (Utilities) App Review done right! Own your content.


Source: Dappity
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