Enjin (ENJ) Adds Several New Features to Its Mobile Wallet

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Enjin (ENJ), a blockchain project building a decentralized ecosystem for gaming, pushed a major update to its mobile wallet this week.

According to the announcement, the following functionalities to the Enjin Wallet:

  • Batch send blockchain assets
  • Batch melt blockchain assets
  • Ethereum Name Service (ENS) domain support
  • Sign transactions via fingerprint and facial recognition
  • New alert system

The ability to batch send and melt NFTs directly from the Enjin Wallet reduces the overall fees associated with transfers. Now, users can send and melt up to 100 distinct NFTs in a single transaction, which should cost just a few cents at normal Ethereum (ETH) network load times.

Enjin Wallet’s new batched send functionality (Enjin)

To further improve the utility of the wallet, ENS domains are now an option for the sending and receiving of Ethereum assets. This allows for natural language account names that can take place of the long alphanumeric wallet addresses that are not user friendly.

In addition to the new features, the Enjin Wallet is now certified and compliant in China.

More: Enjin Wallet: The Experience Update

Disclaimer: This article’s author has cryptocurrency holdings that can be tracked here. This article is for informational purposes only and should not be taken as investment advice. Always conduct your own due diligence before making investments.

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