Enjin unveils upgraded mobile blockchain wallet for NFT gaming

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Enjin unveils upgraded mobile blockchain wallet for NFT gaming

Enjin, an NFT gaming platform providing developers and users with a wide range of products, has unveiled the upgraded version of its mobile blockchain wallet, Enjin Wallet 2.0. 

Enjin Wallet 2.0 offers enhanced security and accessibility for the NFT industry

According to Enjin’s co-founder and CTO, Witek Radomski, the release will enable gamers to navigate the NFT industry easily and securely. He stated:

“The launch of Enjin Wallet 2.0 is a significant milestone for the Enjin ecosystem representing the culmination of months of rigorous testing and development from our engineering team and community.”

The new release offers users fast and smooth access to decentralized exchanges (DEXs) and decentralized applications (dApps), allowing them to trade digital tokens without leaving the wallet interface. Enjin Wallet 2.0 also features integration with EIP-1559, which reduces Ethereum gas fees, as well as Bitcoin Segwit integration.

Enjin Wallet 2.0 allows users to self-custody their assets, a highly important feature in today’s market. It also offers easy integration with dApps, allowing users to access non-fungible tokens (NFTs) to play games and use other platforms. This has been a key part of the Enjin ecosystem since 2018.

In addition to the new features, Enjin Wallet 2.0 also offers improved functionality for both novice and experienced users. It allows users to view and organize their collections and offers multi-chain support for storing various assets, from Bitcoin and Ethereum to tokens minted on Efinity, the NFT chain of Polkadot. For advanced users, the wallet offers multi-address support, allowing them to separate their assets into different addresses from the same interface.

The interface of Enjin Wallet 2.0 has also been updated to provide easy viewing of portfolios, including 3D NFTs and Polkadot/Efinity NFTs. The latest release is also available in over 20 languages and is a major upgrade to the original wallet, which was launched in 2018 and has been highly regarded for its security and user-friendly design.

Enjin aims to make NFT adoption easier with new releases

Although a significant milestone in Enjin’s roadmap, the Enjin 2.0 wallet is the just latest release by the company. This year, Enjin made strides to improve NFT accessibility by removing some of the biggest barriers to NFT ownership with the release of its web wallet and “Enjin Beam” projects.

The Enjin Beam service allows users to scan a QR code with the Enjin Wallet app and receive an NFT directly into their wallet. The Enjin web wallet acts as temporary storage, allowing users to migrate their assets to the Enjin wallet for greater security. 

The browser-based system and QR-code accessibility mean users don’t need to have an NFT wallet on their phone to access NFTs, which can be done with a few clicks. These efforts remove barriers to NFT ownership and, along with the release of the latest wallet version, help establish Enjin as a leader in the NFT and metaverse industries.

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