The 450+ free applications of the Blockstack (STX) project and its cryptocurrency.

Cryptocurrencies brought many changes to our modern life. Imagine that all of your favorite applications was living in a simple interface. Application for podcasts, portfolio management, note writing, blogging, patronage, and more. This is Blockstack.

Blockstack is simply an open-source decentralized computing platform that enables developers to code decentralized applications.

Muneeb Ali and Ryan Shea founded Blockstack in 2013 and offered a solution in the modern concerns on internet privacy, security and data breaches. Blockstack, been decentralized, mean that users do not have to be afraid that their data will be stolen or been lost.

The New York company has raised more than $75.000.000 through their ICO and venture capitalists.

Blockstack (STX)

  • Country of Origins: USA
  • Company Behind: Blockstack PBC
  • Marketcap: $132,278,710
  • Current Price Per Cryptocurrency: $0.154913
  • Website:


First of all we need to create a new ID.
Set a password.
Add your email.
…and we are ready to go.
Welcome to Blockstack’s huge collection of decentralized applications.

Application examples

Here is a screenshot with all the Blockstack’s apps.

(Warning: I have posted a big number of screenshots below to check all the Blockstack applications. If you are not interested you could scroll at the bottom of the article for the rest of my presentation.)

This is the complete list of applications we can find inside Blockstack.

A sample application and how to start using them

With the following app, one can start posting recorded messages. Imagine a chat window but with audio instead of text.


Blockstack is very promising. Most of the apps were good in a simple thing, but they are too young to include the steadiness of much bigger commercial applications. Blockstack is surely much promising and I expect that its token will be very successful.

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