Enjin showcases receiving and using ERC1155 tokens in EnjinCraft
EnjinCraft brings digital sovereignty to users on Minecraft
We get a close look at Enjin’s dedicated Minecraft – EnjinCraft – this week.
It was only a couple of weeks ago when Enjin introduced ERC1155 tokens to Minecraft in a big way. Known as EnjinCraft, it serves as one of the first use-cases for multiverse-integrated assets.
“In EnjinCraft Server One, Minecraft server owners will be able to experience the power of in-game assets that run on the Ethereum blockchain.”
The development team has stated that users will be able to engage in interoperable item ownership and trading, including hourly loot drops. It’s through EnjinCraft that we get to see Enjin’s interoperability first hand.
Check out the EnjinCraft server in action right here.
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