Built by the company behind Enjin Network—a social gaming platform with 19m users, Enjin Coin is a game industry project hell-bent on disrupting the game industry.
Enjin Coin is a smart gaming cryptocurrency and a virtual goods platform, developed by Enjin, a Singapore-based game industry company with 19 million users spread out in 250,000 gaming communities.
The company is developing a “blockchain game development ecosystem” - a powerful framework of open-source software development kits (SDKs), wallets, game plugins, virtual item management apps and a payment gateway platform.
Enjin Coin’s mission is to “bring fairness and purpose to gaming” by enabling game developers to use ethical, yet profitable monetisation models that are powered by intrinsic value of digital items.
“True item ownership” is a concept that lies at the very core of Enjin Coin. The term is used to make a distinction between items that are hosted on game servers - and items that are “held” inside a gamer’s private, impenetrable Enjin Wallet, which is already launched and available for Android.
Enjin Coin will enable game developers to explore a new frontier in gaming - blockchain.
Enjin Coin-powered gaming multiverses, time-based subscription, digital assets in an augmented world, continuous gaming worlds, creativity-based crafting mechanics, new ways of game monetisation and countless other game mechanics, design and gameplay possibilities could be the technological tsunami which will forever change the gaming industry.
In addition to being a sponsor for PC Gamer Weekender 2018, Enjin will be exhibiting at GDC in late March this year, and demoing it’s Unity, Godot, Java, PHP, and mobile SDKs.