Unite Seoul feels like a distant dream. Paired with our first Korean meetup, the week of the Unity conference in Seoul was busy yet rewarding in every possible way. Here’s what happened.
The open-source Blockchain 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 second Enjin adopter program is now open—and ready for the next generation of pioneers to join the ranks.
The Enjin Wallet now features a fast, flexible DApp browser—providing users with a seamless blockchain-integrated browsing experience.
You can now monitor and manage infinite Binance Chain addresses, add BNB assets, and will soon be able to place orders to Binance DEX’s on-chain order books—without leaving the Enjin Wallet’s secure interface.
ERC-1155 tokens are now public, transparent, and freely browsable on EnjinX—providing a universal library of next-generation Ethereum blockchain assets.
Here’s what we did at the world’s largest professional game industry event.
Unity has listed the Blockchain SDK by Enjin on the Asset Store — putting the power of the blockchain at the fingertips of 6.5 million Unity game developers.
With the launch of the Enjin platform, you can create groundbreaking blockchain games using any of the world’s most popular coding languages.