Enjin and Samsung are working together on the Galaxy S10, making the flagship device the most blockchain-ready and friendly smartphone on the market.
It’s official. Enjin and Samsung are working hand-in-hand for the recently launched Galaxy S10 devices’ venture into the blockchain scene.
Enjin, a Singapore-based information technology company, is known for its innovative products: Enjin Network, Enjin Wallet, Enjin X, Efinity, and Enjin Coin (ENJ).
It is for these multiple products Samsung has tapped the said company, which was reportedly bringing some of the 40 games and services on the Enjin platform, if not all, to the S10 or the Samsung Galaxy Store.
Some of the games and projects on the Enjin platform that support ERC 1115 and ERC 721 are War of Crypto, NRG eSports, and 9Lives Arena. Other blockchain assets powered by ENJ are CrypoFights, Cats in Mechs, Age of Rust, Bitcoin Hodler, and Forest Knight.
On another note, the Enjin Wallet is believed to have direct access to the Blockchain Element for Knox. This therefore gives the said wallet a direct access to the Samsung Blockchain KeyStore.
Alright here's what we know so far about $ENJ
* @enjin wallet directly access @SamsungMobile Blockchain Keystore
* ERC1155 support in Samsung Blockchain Keystore
* No known preinstalls (seems like out of control rumor) pic.twitter.com/mbYgbZwO9o
— Boxmining (@boxmining) March 8, 2019
The Galaxy S10, released last March 8, is the first Samsung device to offer the Samsung Blockchain KeyStore. The KeyStore, however, is available only in the US, Canada, and Korea at the time of writing.