Enjin (ENJ) Adds Blockchain Game Assets to EnjinX
Last December, Enjin (ENJ), a blockchain project building a decentralized ecosystem for gaming, released its universal blockchain explorer, EnjinX.
This week, Enjin revealed that it has added blockchain asset support, allowing users to search, browse and verify next-generation ERC-1155 assets and transactions.
EnjinX #blockchain asset support is live!
ERC-1155 tokens are now public, transparent, and freely browsable on https://t.co/5HUJNm9qni—providing a universal library of next-generation #Ethereum blockchain assets.
📚 https://t.co/ge6eZ9Oy3d#Discover1155 #EnjinX #ERC1155 $ENJ pic.twitter.com/u1RIALxpwj
— Enjin (@enjin) April 10, 2019
Users can now browse in-game assets across the Enjin multiverse, in addition to publicly showing off their own gaming trophies and other digital possessions.
“We now live in a world where we can browse gaming items and see when they were created, who made them, who owns them, what they do, and how to acquire them,” notes the Enjin team.
This news comes around a week after Enjin Coin was announced as part of the initial constituents in the AltDex Blockchain Gaming Index (ALTGME), a crypto index that focuses on coins and tokens directly related to blockchain gaming.
ENJ is currently down 8.5% on the day to $0.136189, giving the altcoin a $131.6 million market cap.
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