Exactly one year ago on June 17, 2018, I pushed the first version of the ERC-1155 Multi Token Standard to Ethereum’s Github repository and opened an issue for comments and feedback.
Since then, the standard has received an incredible amount of support with more than 50 revisions and 400 comments from the community, who have provided invaluable input and helped shape ERC-1155 into the most powerful Ethereum token standard ever written.
Today, I am proud to share that ERC-1155 has progressed to Final status and has become an official Ethereum token standard.
Now that it has been sealed as “final” by the Ethereum community, there are no more changes to be made to ERC-1155. It is the new accepted standard for minting fungible and non-fungible assets, and the development community can start building applications that integrate ERC-1155 assets with full confidence that the current standard is future-proof. …
Three years ago, Ethereum brought the very first Turing-complete blockchain virtual machine to developers around the world.
It’s safe to say that a large portion of the smart contracts deployed on Ethereum are tokens. Tokens are the ultimate abstract smart contract — they are the pure crystallization of owning something in the digital space.
Most of these tokens use the ubiquitous ERC-20 Fungible Token Standard which deploys a contract to Ethereum for a single type of token.
Enjin Coin sponsored the Advanced Digital Innovation Summit in beautiful downtown Vancouver, the blockchain hub of Canada, which was also the location of the world’s first Bitcoin ATM!
I presented an overview of the features and functionality of Enjin Coin, and discussed the progressive stages of development milestones and functionality we aim to achieve over the next year of development.
400 Million tokens were sold, with an additional 100 Million ENJ in bonuses.
CEO Maxim Blagov reflected on their success, saying “We spent months getting feedback and planning out the important features gamers actually need. I think that’s why this has been so successful. People are asking us about the upcoming October crowdsale every day now — they just can’t get enough Enjin Coins!”
The popular website creation platform hosts over 250,000 websites and 18.8 million users at the time of writing. Their highly anticipated Enjin Coin pre-sale reached its maximum token goal with over 4200 individual contributors.
“We’re starting development immediately!” said Witek Radomski, Technical Director at Enjin. “I can’t wait to combine blockchain with game assets, and to see the new experiences that games and Enjin communities can build.” …
Enjin has partnered with Bancor to use Smart Tokens across the Enjin Coin platform. What does Bancor do for Enjin Coin? Let’s explore it in this article!
The main Enjin Coin (ENJ) token will be using a Bancor Token Changer to be compatible with the Bancor protocol and network. Enjin Coins will continue to use the ERC-20 token standard, compatible with all exchanges.
The total number of Enjin Coins in existence will remain locked at 1 billion, and any minting or destruction will be disabled.
20 Million Enjin Coins and equivalent Bancor Network Tokens will be stored as reserve in the Token Changer (ENJBNT). A small 0.1%-0.2% fee will be charged for any exchanges made through this token changer. …
Popular Cryptocurrency YouTuber and experienced Game Developer Boxmining interviews me about crypto in gaming!
Watch the video below, and check out the Enjin Coin Crowdsale if you’d like to get your hands on some coins before it ends.
Enjin Coin allows server owners and game developers to easily issue crypto-backed game items, creating an ecosystem for gaming items that go beyond a single server and even individual games. As excited as Boxmining was, he had some pressing questions about how the system would work and the incentives for game developers. …
Enjin Coin is a smart cryptocurrency that allows gamers to create or melt-down game items, and use them across video games & website communities.
To participate in the pre-sale:
Enjin Coin is an ERC-20 token, which means you’ll need to use an Ethereum wallet that supports sending and receiving tokens.
The following list of wallets are known to be able to receive Enjin Coin…
Enjin has announced its pre-sale event for Enjin Coin (ENJ), digital tokens that offer gamers and game publishers the power to add virtual goods and value to their games and communications.
“Enjin is bringing cryptocurrency to the masses,” said Enjin Coin CEO Maxim Blagov. “We have the largest community platform for gamers in the world by making virtual items and currencies easy for users to use in games or on the web.”
The pre-sale price per ENJ token will be $0.03 each. Those purchasing between $15,000 to $50,000 will receive 15 percent bonus in tokens. Buyers between $50,000 and $100,000 will receive 25 percent bonus in tokens. …
The Integrated Engineering Blockchain Consortium is very interested in seeing what happens when blockchain technology and indelible transaction records are applied to engineering immersion games such as the Minecraft ecosystem. Any means to identify engineering talent early, so that it can be developed and nurtured, would be essential to the future of our profession.
— IEBC Advisory Board
Gaming is a wonderful sandbox for engineering. People build entire nuclear reactors, computers, and simulate complex resource economies in games like Minecraft:
With Enjin Coin, we can bridge the gap to the real world by enabling the creation of tokens that represent limited resources, tools, currencies, privileges, and even unique blueprints and contracts. A player may earn tools, resources, and building materials by performing increasingly complex tasks in online games. …
There has been a lot of talk about Ethereum having slow confirmations and expensive transaction costs.
Seeing a recent article from ETH Gas Station, I decided to test this for myself today. How low could I go before my transactions slowed down significantly or stopped being mined?
I sent myself a couple bucks worth of Ether to play with. The transaction fee cost a whopping $0.13 USD — definitely a bit expensive for sending myself two dollars.
I dragged the transaction fee slider in Parity wallet all the way to the bottom and sent out 0.0001 ETH.
Gas Price: 0.0000000004681 Ether (0.4681 …