Enjin is the leading ecosystem for non-fungible tokens (NFTs), offering a comprehensive suite of products for creating, trading, distributing, and integrating NFTs into virtual worlds. As a scalable, affordable platform, Enjin's technology has seen wide application in blockchain games, apps, enterprise programs, and innovative marketing campaigns. The Enjin ecosystem is fueled by Enjin Coin (ENJ), a utility token used to back the value of blockchain assets, and the native ERC-1155 token standard created by Enjin CTO Witek Radomski. To date, over 1 billion Enjin-powered blockchain assets have already been created. Company History Enjin was founded in 2009 by Maxim Blagov and Witek Radomski. Over the next decade, they organically grew their first product, the Enjin Network, to over 20 million gamers worldwide. In 2017, the company hosted a successful ICO of Enjin Coin and began pioneering a vision for NFTs, building an ecosystem of user-first products that make it easy to develop, trade, monetize, and market with blockchain. Enjin kickstarted the NFT movement on Ethereum, creating the advanced ERC-1155 token standard, which is implemented alongside a unique token infusion mechanism that now powers billions of digital assets on the blockchain. The company has released a full ecosystem of blockchain software products and solutions that enable developers, businesses, and individuals to create, manage, trade, distribute, and integrate NFTs. This integrated ecosystem is comprised of an NFT minting platform, wallet, marketplace, SDKs and plugins, a robust API, and a QR code asset distribution service. Forged in gaming, Enjin's technology has enabled developers to integrate blockchain into games and apps without any blockchain coding experience—some in under 48 hours. In 2018, this tech supported Enjin's announcement of the world's first blockchain gaming multiverse, a collective of games which agreed to integrate a shared set of NFTs across their virtual worlds. Enjin currently works with over 100 game and app developers in an official capacity through its Adopter Program, from open-world fantasy RPGs and trading card games, to augmented reality apps and Minecraft servers.
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