We launched the Enjin Wallet more than two years ago, back in early 2018.
In its infancy, the app was Android-only, with basic features. At that time, our primary goal was to make the app as secure as technically possible on a mobile device—an effort that peaked when the Enjin Wallet became the first to support Samsung's Blockchain Keystore.
It's safe to say the Enjin Wallet has grown up quite a bit since those early days, having evolved into a Swiss Army knife for blockchain—a clean, simple, multi-functional tool you can take everywhere.
We've shipped a ton of new, leading-edge features and built upon what we already had, doing our best to provide you with everything you need to interact with blockchain as easily as possible, all from your mobile device.
To mention a few highlights, we've:
Today, we're happy to announce yet another wallet update, this time focused on improving your experience.
Let's be honest: at some point, many of us have likely experienced a minor post-transaction heart attack, worried that we accidentally sent funds to the wrong blockchain address.
When it comes to usability, standard blockchain addresses just don't cut it. They're long, cryptic, near-impossible to remember, and stressful to use.
That's where human-readable addresses like Ethereum Name Service (ENS) domains come in, helping to eliminate the need to copy or type long, complicated addresses.
In a continued effort to make your experience as simple and smooth as possible, the Enjin Wallet now supports ENS domains—enabling you to register and use custom, simple names (e.g., 'tigerking.eth') when sending funds and assets.
No more fear of sending tokens to the wrong wallet due to miscopying or mistyping long, unreadable addresses like 0x67DCf9536F0fEa888bbe3Ed87e2B9FAEdBF6b876.
No more detective-work or uncertainty when scrolling through your transaction history, trying to figure out who you've sent assets to or received them from.
Now, thanks to ENS, you can easily send cryptocurrency and blockchain assets to your mate's Ethereum address because it's 'yourmate.eth.'
With ENS also supported on our Ethereum blockchain explorer, you can easily search, identify, and verify transactions by simply typing in a domain.
Reserving your ENS domain name via the Enjin Wallet is an easy 3-step process:
Your new human-friendly blockchain address will apply itself to your wallet almost instantly, so you can begin using it and tell all your friends about your new domain right away.
Prior to the ERC-1155 token standard, distributing fungible and non-fungible tokens was a tedious, inconvenient, and expensive process requiring separate transactions.
The advent of ERC-1155 brought batch token transfers, allowing developers to distribute as many unique tokens as the Ethereum network can handle in one transaction.
With the Enjin Wallet Experience Update, this powerful batch transfer functionality is no longer limited to just developers—it's available to everyone.
Now, you can send up to 100 distinct non-fungible and fungible ERC-1155 tokens in a single transaction via the Enjin Wallet.
With multi-token transfers cutting gas fees by up to 90%, this saves you significant time and money, while also helping alleviate network congestion—which benefits the entire Ethereum community.
For gamers, this means you can transfer multiple assets from multiple games with just a few taps of your phone screen—a process that would otherwise be complicated, if not impossible, without the Enjin Wallet.
But transfers aren't the only batch functionality available with this update.
You can now also batch melt tokens, allowing you convert entire collections of ERC-1155 blockchain assets back into Enjin Coin (ENJ) in an instant.
Just remember: melt is murder.
A highly requested feature, you can now securely sign transactions with your fingerprint and facial recognition!
Sending funds, selling assets on the Enjin Marketplace, and melting your collectibles has never been easier.
To enable this function, head into your wallet settings and toggle it on under "Security Mode."
Of course, this feature is optional, so if you prefer the traditional password method for completing transactions, just keep doing what you're doing—no action required.
We've also added a new alert system, so we can better inform you of maintenance and other important updates.
At Enjin, we're a fully distributed team spread across five continents and a dozen countries around the globe, unified by a mission to build world-class products.
Similarly, we aim to unite our global audience with products that delight and make interacting with blockchain technology simple and smooth—for everyone.
With this update, the Enjin Wallet is certified and fully compliant in China, meaning it is now accessible to the global population.
Users everywhere can download the mobile app with certainty that it is compliant with their local laws and regulations—and that their valuable cryptocurrency and blockchain assets are secure.
We believe the Enjin Wallet’s superior features, speed, security, and usability will result in it becoming the default blockchain and cryptocurrency wallet for traders, hodlers, developers, and gamers.
Don’t believe us?
Check it out and see for yourself.