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.
The open-source Enjin SDK for Java is live, allowing the massive global community of Java developers to conveniently integrate blockchain into their work.
The EnjinCraft plugin brings blockchain to Minecraft, allowing players to integrate, use, and trade blockchain-based game items in their servers.
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.
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.
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.
You can now safely and seamlessly buy and sell ERC-1155 blockchain assets directly via the Enjin Wallet and EnjinX.
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.