The Enjin SDK for Godot is now live, enabling developers across the world to forge blockchain games with advanced design, smart growth, and fair, sustainable economies using the leading open-source game engine.
Ready to conquer the many-headed, sleepless beast that is social media, but not sure where to start? Here are 10 actionable tips to help you effectively navigate the social media landscape as an indie game developer.
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.
Hardware wallets are a popular, ultra-secure way to store and access your cryptocurrency—and ultimately be your own bank. Here's everything you need to know about them.
The Enjin Multiverse Program opens the doors to innovation and collaboration for a new generation of pioneering game developers—enabling exploration of technological frontiers that can fundamentally change game design.
For more than two years, we've been building an integrated ecosystem to help blur the line between the imaginary and the real. Today, we are thrilled to announce that a key element of this ecosystem—the Enjin Platform—is now live on Ethereum Mainnet.
Creating a video game press kit is an absolute must for PR. By providing all of the information journalists and influencers need in one convenient resource, you greatly improve your odds of getting coverage. Here's our guide to creating a solid one.
A technical deep dive into how Lost Relics developer Cliff Cawley used the Enjin Platform and Unity engine to build the first Enjin-powered ARPG.
Paper wallets may be an older concept in the blockchain space than hardware wallets, but they provide comparable security at a fraction of the cost. Here are the pros and cons of paper wallets vs. hardware wallets, and a guide on how to make your own.