With a series of gaming based cryptocurrency offerings (Like Enjin (ENJ)) making their way onto popular exchanges, it seems the groundwork has been laid for a serious takeover of the crypto-space by the true savants of the digital age: gamers. To gamers, the blockchain probably represents a whole different kind of animal than what the rest of us are used to. Gamers, and more specifically, developers within the gaming industry, seem to immediately recognize complex solutions to common digital roadblocks. Quickly building cross-platform networks to bridge online experiences, these masterminds of the digital age are set to take full advantage of this brand new market, bringing millions from the gaming industry with them.
When you think about it, the entire blockchain may have been secretly created as a decentralized and verifiable way of keeping records on video game scores. Perhaps it’s all just a laughable trap, hidden within complex algorithmic code. Targeting well intentioned investors with convoluted promises of immutability, the nerds, goobers and basement dwellers of the free-world may have used the technical doublespeak of their fancy whitepapers to secretly fund the ultimate gaming platform and associated cryptocurrency: Enjin Coin (ENJ)
What Is the Enjin Network?
Quite simply, Enjin is the largest social gaming-website platform available. Attracting nearly nineteen-million gamers and hosting over 250,000 gaming communities, the site reaches sixty-million global views per month. Millions of dollars (USD) worth of virtual goods are sold in that same time-frame on this gaming focused platform.
Behind Enjin’s platform is a solid team with the backing of some well known names. And if names mean anything to you, the list of team-members behind Enjin will likely peak your interest. Maxim Blagov, the founder and CEO of the company, is the visionary and creative director with over fifteen years of project management experience, much of which comes from specializing in the video game industry. Another well know name on board with the team is Anthony Diiorio, the co-founder of Ethereum, and Jaxx.
Co-founder and CTO of Enjin (ENJ), Witek Radomski has overseen the technical engineering of this gaming token for the past decade. perhaps the best way to understand the platform is by watching the following video with Witek:
What is Enjin Coin (ENJ)
Enjin Coin is a customizeable ERC-20 token. Supported by open-source smart contracts and software development kits (SDK’s), Enjin Coin (ENJ) allows users to manage virtual goods on the blockchain. Gamers can trade assets game to game, and grow their wallet with real value over time. The platform also allows game developers to mint their own currencies using the Enjin (ENJ) token as a parent currency. With the ability to mint new assests on the platform, Enjin Coin (ENJ) gives game developers and content creators a new model for virtual ownership.
The decentralized Enjin Coin (ENJ) platform supports SDK’s for the gaming industry, promising multiple languages, wallets and payment platforms. The Enjin Smart Wallet is now touted as the world’s most secure mobile cryptocurrency wallet, supporting BTC, ETH, LTC, ENJ, and all ERC-20 tokens.
Ladies and Gentlemen, Start Your Enjins (ENJ)
Enjin (ENJ) is down considerably after the market turmoil that all coins experienced over the past week. As Enjin (ENJ) races to regain lost ground in the coming days, the development team is likely viewing current market conditions as a welcome chance to breath before the next sprint forward. This breather also gives investors an opportunity to jump on board what likely will be the number one gaming token for 2018. Because, while the nerd pursuits of our millennial friends will forever be scoffed at by the more earth-bound and rational people of the planet, the products coming from these technological giants of the gaming world should be invested in at their earliest stages of development.
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