Enjin announces support for Binance Chain and DEX in the Enjin Wallet

Enjin has announced support for Binance Chain and the Binance DEX in their Enjin Wallet, which will allow users to use BNB, Binance Chain, and the decentralised exchange all in one app

The Enjin Wallet now has support for Binance Chain and the Binance DEX, giving users the ability to monitor and manage Binance Chain addresses and place orders on Binance’s decentralised exchange all in one app.

Binance Chain is a blockchain developed by popular cryptocurrency exchange Binance. Binance’s decentralised exchange (DEX) is powered by the core Binance Chain technology and is a modern, decentralised marketplace for trading crypto.

The announcement was made in a Medium blog post in which Enjin CEO Maxim Blagov commented: “Like Enjin, Binance is a fast-moving, innovation machine – and one that we are proud to throw our support behind through this collaboration and many more to come.”

The Enjin Wallet had previously incorporated the ‘Infinity Update’, empowering its users with the ability to create, import, track, and use a number of Enjin, Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and ERC-20 wallets.

Three months later, the ‘Collectible Update’ granted users with the ability to create infinite wallets for ERC-721 and ERC-1155 gaming collectibles.

The addition of Binance Chain will enable users to create, import, track, and use an infinite number of Binance Chain wallets without ever leaving the Enjin Wallet app.

The move will also allow users to allot their funds in multiple ways such as creating a savings wallet, a trading wallet, or a business wallet. All of these wallets can exist simultaneously in Enjin’s streamlined, easy-to-use app.

Perhaps the most interesting aspect of Enjin’s partnership with Binance is that not only will it boast support for Binance Coin, but any subsequent cryptocurrencies and initial coin offerings (ICOs) added to Binance Chain will also be supported in the Enjin Wallet.

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