The Enjin Platform is now free to use—allowing everyone, everywhere to mint and integrate fungible tokens and NFTs into any software, without a monthly subscription fee.
Nominations are now open for the First Annual NFT Awards! Get to know our distinguished judges from the tech and blockchain industries, and learn more about our goals for the initiative.
On August 3, embark on a journey through 8 games to piece the SwissBorg Cyborg back together—and compete for a prize pool valued at $50,000.
Game developers use Enjin Coin to mint ERC-1155 assets; gamers use it to purchase those assets—and Bancor V2 is here to make it even easier for them to acquire it.
The latest Enjin Wallet update allows you to store infinite contacts for ETH, BTC, LTC, and BNB addresses—and introduces new usability features, providing alerts regarding network congestion and allowing you to replace pending transactions when they get stuck.
This guide will provide actionable strategies to help you market your game to thousands of players while creating a thriving online community and player base before launch.
The open-source Enjin SDK for Java enables the world’s 9 million Java developers to create, manage, and seamlessly integrate decentralized assets into their games and applications.
The Enjin Wallet now features a fast, flexible DApp browser—providing users with a seamless blockchain-integrated browsing experience.
Here’s how game developers can partner with non-gaming companies and use decentralized assets to dramatically increase brand awareness and game downloads.