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Developers from Enjin, a company that provides an ecosystem of interconnected, blockchain-based gaming products, have been developing a new version of the Enijn wallet, known as Enjin Wallet 2.0. Now, it appears that the wallet is approaching its launch, but before the team can release it, it first needs to put it through a beta tester program.
According to their recent announcement, the team is looking for experts who would join the tester program to check out the wallet, report on potential flaws, and generally help make the product better by providing feedback based on its current performance.
What is new in Enjin Wallet 2.0?
According to the team, the new wallet will offer a number of exciting new features. Not only that but it will be supported by top blockchains and NFTs. Some of the new features that testers and later users can expect include multi-chain support, dark mode, as well as a brand new dApp browser.
The team also stressed that these are only the features that will be available initially, right after the full launch. In time, they also plan to introduce a number of new things, although they did not specify which ones or when.
As for the supported blockchains that the wallet will support, those will include Bitcoin, Ethereum, Enjin, Litecoin, Dogecoin, Binance, Polkadot, Kusama, Acala, and Karura.
Apart from the mentioned features, Enjin Wallet 2.0 is also expected to come with some advanced improvements and features, such as the fingerprint scanner for greater security; custom fees and limits, import and sweep feature, auto-add tokens feature, support for over 25 languages, as well as the local currency where users can view the balance in their native currency, for an easier funds management.
As mentioned, the new version of the wallet will not only support other blockchains but also some of the biggest and most popular NFT collections. A few confirmed examples include Bored Ape Yacht Club, Azuki, Doodles, Mutant Ape Yacht Club, Moonbirds, and Chain Runners/Chain Runners XR.
What else is known about the wallet?
For the time being, the wallet is not yet ready to be released publicly. Enjin is still aware that there are issues that need to be taken care of, such as Dark mode bugs, and alike. However, the project is working on polishing the software, and that is where beta testers come in.
By exploring the wallet and its features, they will quickly run into any issues that need to be taken care of, and upon reporting them — Enjin will have a better picture of how ready the app is for release.
One thing to note is that Enjin Wallet 2.0 Beta is only available for Android users at this time, according to the project. Testing will not be available for Apple device users for the time being. As for Android users, any issues that they do find should be sent to Enjin Support, with Enjin Wallet 2.0 Beta selected as the topic. That way, the bug reports will have a priority and the issues will be categorized, researched, and eventually solved.
Lastly, Enjin noted that the new wallet will function as a separate app, meaning that it will not replace the existing Enjin Wallet. The new app should also not be used for everyday use, as it is still unpolished and the project cannot guarantee the safety of the stored funds at this time.
To learn more visit our Investing in Enjin guide.
Ali is a freelance writer covering the cryptocurrency markets and the blockchain industry. He has 8 years of experience writing about cryptocurrencies, technology, and trading. His work can be found in various high-profile investment sites including CCN, Capital.com, Bitcoinist, and NewsBTC.