If you've ever sent cryptocurrency to a friend or a different wallet, you know how it feels to copy and paste a blockchain address and anxiously quadruple check its accuracy before pressing send, hoping your funds make it safely to their intended destination.

If the blockchain is the most secure form of database in the world, why does it make us feel so insecure?

In UX design we call that usability.

It's about making sure people are comfortable using your app.

Usability is crucial for blockchain adoption—and is one of the reasons Enjin has been so successful in onboarding prominent partners, respected developers, and discerning investors into the blockchain space.

And with the latest Enjin Wallet update, we're bringing additional usability upgrades to the app which were directly requested by the Enjin community.

Enjin Wallet Contacts Update

Update Summary

  • Add infinite contacts for BTC, ETH, LTC & BNB addresses
  • Advanced Mode for sending and listing ERC-1155 assets
  • Replace pending ETH transactions
  • Network congestion alerts
  • Store Infinite Contacts

    Create an easy-to-manage contact list for frequently used Ethereum, Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Binance Coin addresses.

    You can edit, delete, and save an unlimited number of contacts, and can even use ENS domains when adding/saving Ethereum addresses.

    To learn more about using this new feature, check out our support article.

    Get Congestion Alerts

    You'll be notified in real-time when there are delays on the network.

    This will help you make informed decisions about when to complete a transaction, or decide if you may want to hold off for a day or two.

    Save Time or ETH with Advance Send

    You can now access Advanced Mode when sending ERC-1155 blockchain assets! This will allow you to replace stuck transactions and completely customize your sending options, optimizing for speed or cost.

    Replace Stuck Transactions

    You can now replace pending ("stuck") transactions at the click of a button.

    When the blockchain is congested, transactions sent with low gas can get stuck, so we've added a button on pending transactions to make this situation a lot less confusing.

    Now, when you find a transaction that has been pending for too long, you can just press the "replace transaction" button to cancel it and send another one in its place.

    We believe the Enjin Wallet’s superior features,  speed, security, and usability  will result in it becoming the default blockchain and cryptocurrency wallet for traders, hodlers, developers, and gamers.

    Don’t believe us?

    Check it out and see for yourself.