Enjin announces new updates to its wallet
- Enjin wallet latest update adds support for ENS domain to help simplify the transaction process.
- Users will now be able to sign transactions with facial recognition or fingerprints.
- Enjin wallet has met regulatory requirements and is now certified and fully compliant in China.
In an effort to continuously improve its wallet, Enjin has added new features yet again. The firm unveiled this news through a blog post on April 13, noting that this update seeks to enhance the user experience.
The new features include,
- Support for the Ethereum Name Service (ENS) domain. This addition will help prevent users from sending crypto to wrong addresses. Instead of copying or typing blockchain addresses, the wallet will now allow its users to register and use custom names. As a result, this will help alleviate the difficulties involved while sending funds.
- Batch send and melt blockchain assets. This update will simplify the distribution of fungible and non-fungible tokens. While the Ethereum network avails this feature to developers only, Enjin wallet has made it available to all its users. As a result, the users will be able to send up to 100 different non-fungible and fungible ERC-1155 tokens in a single transaction. Apart from this, this functionality will allow users to batch melt tokens. As a result, they will be able to convert collections of ERC-1155 tokens back to Enjin Coin (ENJ) instantly.
- Secure signing of transactions. Enjin wallet users can now sign transactions with their fingerprints or facial recognition. While this feature is available, it is optional and users can stick to signing transactions with a password.
- New alert system. Enjin has also added a new alert system in its wallet. This update will help the firm inform its users of maintenance and other upcoming updates effectively.
- Reaching for the global population. In a bid to go global, Enjin has met the prerequisites of regulators and its wallet is now certified and fully compliant in China. As a result, the wallet is now accessible by anyone across the globe.
Enjin wallet update history
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The Enjin wallet went live more than two years ago. At that time, the app only had an Android version and had basic functionalities. At launch, the firm’s primary goal was to make the wallet as secure as possible. This feat got a boost after the wallet became the first to support Samsung’s Blockchain Keystore.
Since then, the Enjin Wallet has evolved into a simple multifunctional tool for the blockchain sector. It now has numerous leading-edge features that have enhanced its functionality. As such, it now provides a platform that lets its users interact with blockchain effortlessly from their mobile devices.
The upgrades over the past two years include,
- Providing users with the ability to create and manage an infinite number of wallets
- Adding native support for ERC-1155 blockchain assets
- Introducing Enjin Beam, so that users can receive assets by scanning a QR code
- Launching an in-app exchange featuring the world’s first multi-swap support
- Building in a fast, flexible DApp browser
- Enabling users to buy and sell blockchain assets on the Enjin Marketplace
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