Enjin is coin developed on the Ethereum Blockchain. Successfully audited by Certik, it’s contract address is: 0xf629cbd94d3791c9250152bd8dfbdf380e2a3b9c. It has done relatively well since genesis date October 2, 2017 with an ATH of about $4.5 though it’s currently trading at around $1.7 as of the day of writing this post but considering its all time low price of $0.017 we can pass it as a coin that’s doing tremendously well or has done well.
Enjin trades on Major exchanges like Binance, eToro, Upbit, Crypto.com, kucoin, Gate.io, etc. and reaches a cumulative daily trading volume of well over $200 million. With a total supply of 1Billion and available supply of 935 million coins it has a market cap of $1.7 billion and ranks 81st by market cap.
Enjin has active communities on Twitter and Telegram where the community members and the Devs discuss the tokenomics and post information about the coin, its wallet and updates concerning NFTs on their Blockchain.
The official wallet for Enjin is the Enjin wallet available on Google Playstore and Apple app store. It’s stores quite a number of coins and also NFTs which are viewable from the asset column of the application. The beautiful UI of the Enjin app and the well thought-out features are what make this Blockchain unique in its own way.
CLAIMING ENJIN NFTs
To get to the talk of the day, Enjin allows users to collect NFTs for free now. The collected NFTs can be sold for peanuts but on very rare occasions because the market place is yet to become popular as there’s really no hype around it at the moment but it’s not a bad idea to store up a couple of NFTs for the future.
To gain the NFTs you should check the official telegram group chat and twitter for posts relating to claiming NFTs on the Enjin Blockchain.