What is Enjin and what are its main features?
With blockchain-based nonfungible tokens (NFTs) powering the rise of Web3, a number of NFT-based projects are gaining significant importance, as they provide the technological means of assembling important data on blockchains in a visually appealing manner.
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Leading among them is Enjin, a world-class blockchain software co-founded by Maxim Blagov and Witek Radomski in 2009. Enjin helps build an entire Enjin ecosystem consisting of products that individuals, businesses and developers can use to develop, trade, monetize and market NFTs.
Allowing users to manage NFTs and crypto through the Enjin wallet, lets them share NFTs through simple QR codes and provides them access to a dedicated marketplace to trade and collect rare NFTs. All transactions in the Enjin ecosystem are powered by the native Enjin (ENJ) token and the platform offers the functionality of managing all digital assets through a simple mobile app.
It enables entrepreneurs to conceive gaming, art, music and sports-based NFT projects with the functionality to create custom coins without any coding requirements. The Enjin platform facilitates gas-free transactions for NFTs and ENJ through JumpNet, allowing for a seamless user experience that is made possible by its integration with all of its other products like Enjin Beam, Marketplace and Wallet.
Combined with Efinity, a Polkadot-based parachain, Enjin allows creators to mint tokens on specialized blockchains that are focused on core functionality and provide superlative chain stability. With companies such as Microsoft, Samsung and BMW having integrated Enjin’s products and services into their blockchain-based rewards platforms, Enjin is enabling millions of users across the globe to safely manage and store their digital assets.
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