What are some of the most commonly called deployed contracts?

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We’ve been trying to figure it out:

What are some of the most commonly called deployed contracts, other than ERC20 tokens? One of the big benefits of blockchain is supposed to be the ability to have open code ecosystems so that dapps/contracts can trustlessly interoperate with each other.

Where is the machine economy I was promised! :'(

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  2. This is a great question. I’ve always assumed, over time, we’d see a corpus of well tested, documented utility contracts emerge. To date, I haven’t see this- though perhaps I just don’t know where/how to look. Would love to hear about this!

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