Altcoinbuzz reported that the Gaming Asset Maker unveiled an overhauled website and blog for a one-stop-shop for game development.
Found in 2009, the company revealed the announcement on its social media:-
ICYMI: Our website and blog got a facelift! https://t.co/uo43ZbPmRK is now a convenient one-stop-shop for all things game development. #enjin #gamedev #indiegames #indiegamedev #blockchaingaming pic.twitter.com/eTvZjQkfKw — Enjin (@enjin) September 25, 2019
In 2017, the company released a ‘range of blockchain products designed to allow for the convenient integration, distribution, and exploration of blockchain assets following an initial coin offering (ICO) that brought in US$18.9 million.’
Integration with Six Dragons
Along with the revamp announcement, Enjin also tweeted that it completed integration with The Six Dragons in less than a week.
Integrating next-generation gaming assets has never been easier. Check out how the @thesixdragons used our SDK for @unity3d to enable blockchain wallet linking and item enchanting—all in less than a week.https://t.co/fzbd6sVRSz#tutorialtuesday #madewithunity #unitydev #rpg pic.twitter.com/xrhXZEkNJ9 — Enjin (@enjin) September 24, 2019
The rebuilding was done using Enjin’s own Software Development Kit (SDK).
The SDK contains the tools for creating applications, that will help in developing operating systems, software packages, and even gaming consoles.
ENJ in Switzerland
During August, its native coin ENJ based on Ethereum protocols was made available in Switzerland.
It signifies that the country could take on the technology of Enjin, a country where cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology are welcomed.