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 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.
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.
In the world of blockchain and cryptocurrency, keeping your valuable assets safe is paramount. Here are the 5 best hardware wallets available to help you HODL safely.
Lost private keys can be a nightmare scenario for a blockchain wallet owner. Here's what you can do if it happens—and how to prevent it from happening in the first place.
Getting a hardware wallet is a great way to protect your crypto, but that's only half the job—you have to keep the wallet itself safe, too. Here are 10 of the best places to hide it.
You can now safely and seamlessly buy and sell ERC-1155 blockchain assets directly via the Enjin Wallet and EnjinX.
The Enjin Wallet now features a fast, flexible DApp browser—providing users with a seamless blockchain-integrated browsing experience.