Enjin launches on the Ethereum Mainnet

Information reaching has it that the Enjin Platform  which is an all-in-one blockchain development platform is now live on the Ethereum Mainnet.

At a core level, the Platform democratizes the ability to create, mint, and manage next-generation blockchain assets.

In other words, if you know how to use a smartphone, you should now be able to easily deploy both fungible and non-fungible tokens, simply by using our brand new Web Panel.

This was made know through a blog post from the company’s official blog.


Below is an extract on the procedures:


Introducing the Enjin Platform Web Panel

Simple, great user experience is one of the core product design philosophies at Enjin, and we made damn sure that the Web Panel is minimal, straightforward, and clean.

Just four simple steps separate you from minting your first blockchain asset.

01. Create a New Project

Creating a new Enjin Platform project is easy: just pick a name, upload an image, and write up a short project description.

Your new project can be anything from a simple collection of digital art or cluster of tokenized memes, to a complex web-based app or a video game that is a part of a blockchain multiverse.

You can create without limits.

Click here to read an in-depth guide to creating your first Enjin Platform project.

Linking your wallet is a pleasant, seamless experience.

To start, you’ll need the Enjin Wallet app installed on your mobile device (you can get it here), as well as some ETH & ENJ to fuel the creation and minting process.

And that’s it—now all you need to do is point your phone towards a QR code, and scan it in order to link your wallet.

You can find out more about wallet linking here.

03. Create Assets

You can think of the asset creation process as an initial setup.

When you create an asset,  you’re not actually deploying it to the blockchain, you’re just strictly defining its various values, which can range from simple choices like the asset’s name and image, to complex variables like transfer fee types and starting supply.

Blockchain assets created with the Enjin Platform have two types of data: on-chain data (like the asset name, type, or ENJ value per asset) and off-chain data (like the asset image and description).

ENJ per asset, asset type, supply model and melt value are on-chain variables that can’t be changed once the item is created. In a way, they are digitally chiseled into the blockchain for all eternity.

Check out this guide to creating your first blockchain asset to learn more.

04. Mint Assets

Splitting the asset creation and minting process into two separate actions is an intentional product design choice.

Think about it: if the situation was reversed, you’d have to mint your entire supply at the moment of creation—which might not be the most economical of choices (e.g., you only need ten assets this month, not ten thousand), or even a feasible option, in case you pick an infinite supply.

The starting supply value that you pick while creating an asset is actually your initial minting “budget”—it’s there to make sure there’s a supply of ENJ to mint with, and provide a soft cap on the number of assets you can mint.

The actual minting process involves optionally adding more ENJ to the minting supply, and then clicking a button.

That’s it—just four simple steps to create next-generation blockchain assets.”

Click Here to read the full blog post.



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