Enjin Coin - Shitcoin Review
on Aug 10, 2018
Happy Friday shitheads!
We started our whiskey drinking a bit earlier today.
As we get drunker, the more we want to start our weekends...go to the bar, hangout, maybe play some video games.
What a segway to our coin review of the day: Enjin Coin. Aiming to make video games better with moneyyy!
Let’s dig gin…
I mean let’s dig in….although we do like gin
Enjin Coin (ENJ)
Wtf is this shit?
Enjin is an ‘all-in-one blockchain game development platform’. They are creating APIs and software development kits for game developers to create different types of currencies and assets that can be integrated in to their games.
They support ERC-721, 20 and other standards depending on the type of asset you want to create (i.e. fungible or non-fungible).
Enjin also provides an easy-to-integrate payment gateway that developers can utilize to add items to cart, sell items, and manage their inventory. They also offer a smart wallet which can sync to your other Ethereum wallets and hold many different types of virtual goods.
Their API and SDK also offer subscription services, create prize systems, escrow services, and reward users for using your game.
Of course, one of the ultimate applications is integrating the assets and currencies IN the game. The currencies can be transferred cross platform, in and out of the game client itself. Pretty cool shit.
Who tf is behind this shit?
Enjin is the Singapore based company behind Enjin Coin, and they have been around since 2009. Their most notable creation is Enjin Network, a social gaming network with 20 million users. They have also created EnjinX, a universal blockchain explorer, Enjin Wallet and more. They are quite active.
Anyways, Mid-Tier shitcoin. There is a lot of competition in the gaming space but its hot right now. Let’s see how they do.
Hope you learned some shit.
- Mike and Aaron