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Enjin Updates Wallet; Takes Aim At Blockchain Gaming Dominance

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The blockchain and crypto world continue to expand in different directions. This time, Enjin has released the latest update to its Enjin Smart Wallet. With this implementation, the platform will be showcasing rich data and images for ERC-721 and ERC-1155 tokens. It currently supports more than 700 cryptocurrencies.

Enjin Smart Wallet Latest Version Released

The latest Enjin Smart Wallet update will continue the project’s goal of transforming the gaming industry. There are several updates that will make of it one of the most used wallets in the market. For example, players are now able to see, store, receive and protect their items. However, this will be done in a decentralized manner. Users will be the real owner of their assets.

There are different games that are going to be supported in the latest version. These games include War of Crypto, Gods of Unchained, and CryptoKitties. Furthermore, there will be many other games added in the near future.

With ERC-721 and its design, legacy tokens need to be added to the wallet manually. However, ERC-1155 tokens will be integrated into the wallet as they are created. Users that adopt this standard will have frictionless support.

In order to celebrate the new launching, Enjin has announced an offer. They will be giving away a free multiverse item that will be compatible with different games in the space.

The user interface of the wallet is very clean and clear. Users can easily use it, no matter if they are newcomers or experienced users. There are some interesting features such as fingerprint login, and the ability to monitor an unlimited amount of blockchain addresses.

In terms of security, the wallet has been designed to protect users and provide a good experience while keeping items safe. In general, the security measures are more developed than in other banking and finance apps. It uses NSA-grade AES-256 encryption, Arm Compiler, RAM and Hardware Encryption, and more.

According to Google Play Store, the Enjin Wallet had a rating of 4.7 out of 5. In addition to it, users downloaded this wallet more than 129,000 times. More than 80,000 users have downloaded the wallet’s Android package file API, which is used by app developers both in iOS or Android.


Carlos is an international relations’ analyst specializing in cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology. Since 2017, Carlos has written extensively for UseTheBitcoin and other leading cryptocurrency sites; with over 2,000 articles published.

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