The EnjinCraft plugin brings blockchain to Minecraft, allowing players to integrate, use, and trade blockchain-based game items in their servers.
The Enjin Wallet Experience Update enables users to send and melt up to 100 distinct fungible and non-fungible assets in one transaction—and send funds via simple, human-readable Ethereum Name Service (ENS) domains.
As we continue to advance the Enjin ecosystem and develop products and solutions to bring our company vision to life, we are pleased to welcome Caleb Applegate as our Chief Operating Officer.
In our second AMA hosted by Binance, Enjin CTO Witek Radomski and CMO Ilija Rolović answered questions for thousands of Binance Russia community members.
As we work to grow Enjin’s popularity in the Japanese gaming and cryptocurrency markets, we are proud to unveil our strategic partnership with Tokyo-based accelerator HashPort.
A trip down Enjin memory lane, from the world’s first blockchain-powered Minecraft server to Ethereum’s adoption of ERC-1155 as an official token standard.
EnjinCraft is a demo Minecraft server that showcases a robust form of blockchain integration made possible by the EnjinCraft Minecraft plugin. Here's what you should know before you play.
The second Enjin adopter program is now open—and ready for the next generation of pioneers to join the ranks.
With the launch of the Enjin Platform and Blockchain SDK for Unity, the beginning of 2019 brought the Enjin Ecosystem and adoption to new heights—and we’re just getting started.