ENJ

Enjin CoinENJ

Rank #52
Token
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Enjin Coin Price (ENJ)

$1.78
7.62%

0.00003283 BTC0.74%

0.0009722 ETH0.47%

Low:$1.60
High:$1.94
24h
ENJ  Enjin Coin ENJPrice: $1.78 7.62%
Market Cap
$1,484,906,905
7.62%
Fully Diluted Market Cap
$1,779,794,344
7.62%
Volume
24h
$1,329,137,849
21.90%
Circulating Supply
834,313,757 ENJ
83%
Max Supply
1,000,000,000
Total Supply
1,000,000,000
 

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ENJ Price Statistics

Enjin Coin Price Today
Enjin Coin Price$1.78
Price Change24h$0.126
7.62%
24h Low / 24h High
$1.60 /
$1.94
Trading Volume24h$1,329,137,849.16
21.90%
Market Dominance0.09%
Market Rank#52
Enjin Coin Market Cap
Market Cap$1,484,906,905.27
7.62%
Fully Diluted Market Cap$1,779,794,343.93
7.62%
Enjin Coin Price Yesterday
Yesterday's Low / High
$1.40 /
$1.85
Yesterday's Open / Close
$1.41 /
$1.74
Yesterday's Change

23.84%

Yesterday's Volume$1,905,063,872.16
Enjin Coin Price History
7d Low / 7d High
$0.7855 /
$1.92
30d Low / 30d High
$0.3578 /
$1.94
90d Low / 90d High
$0.1181 /
$1.94
52 Week Low / 52 Week High
$0.03627 /
$1.94
All Time High
Mar 09, 2021 (10 hours ago)
$1.94
8.43%
All Time Low
Nov 02, 2017 (3 years ago)
$0.01562
11294.65%
Enjin Coin ROI

7234.35%

Enjin Coin Supply
Circulating Supply834,313,757 ENJ
Total Supply1,000,000,000 ENJ
Max Supply1,000,000,000 ENJ
 

About Enjin Coin

The live Enjin Coin price today is $1.78 USD with a 24-hour trading volume of $1,329,137,849 USD. Enjin Coin is up 7.62% in the last 24 hours. The current CoinMarketCap ranking is #52, with a live market cap of $1,484,906,905 USD. It has a circulating supply of 834,313,757 ENJ coins and a max. supply of 1,000,000,000 ENJ coins.

The top exchanges for trading in Enjin Coin are currently Binance, ZG.com, FTX, CoinTiger, and Upbit. You can find others listed on our crypto exchanges page.

What Is Enjin Coin (ENJ)?

Enjin Coin is a project of Enjin, a company that provides an ecosystem of interconnected, blockchain-based gaming products. Enjin's flagship offering is the Enjin Network, a social gaming platform through which users can create websites and clans, chat, and host virtual item stores.

Enjin allows game developers to tokenize in-game items on the Ethereum blockchain. It uses Enjin Coin, an ERC-20 token, to back the digital assets issued using its platform, meaning that items can be bought, sold and traded with real-world value.

Enjin Coin was first announced in July 2017, and it launched on the Ethereum mainnet in June 2018.

Who Are the Founders of Enjin Coin?

Enjin was founded as a gaming community platform in 2009 by Maxim Blagov and Witek Radomski, with Blagov becoming CEO and assuming responsibility for the creative direction of the company and Radomski serving as chief technical officer, responsible for the technical development of its products. Blagov has described himself as having experience in creative direction, marketing, and software project management and design.

The idea of introducing blockchain to Enjin was first proposed by Radomski after he became interested in Bitcoin (BTC) in 2012, eventually convincing the company to accept it as a payment option. After learning about Ethereum and smart contracts, he decided he wanted to create his own blockchain-integrated software. Radomski is also the author of the ERC-1155 token standard, a new standard for Ethereum-issued tokens that was introduced in June 2018, finalized in June 2019, and is used for minting both fungible and nonfungible tokens.

What Makes Enjin Coin Unique?

According to co-founder Radomski, Enjin Coin is unique in that every token minted with Enjin Platform, the company's blockchain asset development platform that launched in February 2020, is directly backed by ENJ, giving in-game items real-world liquidity. Similarly, Blagov has stated that the company is focused on adoption, saying he imagines a future in which millions of gamers use digital items backed by Enjin Coin without even knowing it exists.

Enjin Coin uses a series of smart contracts to which game developers send ENJ to mint new, unique fungible or nonfungible ERC-1155 tokens. These tokens can be traded on the Enjin Marketplace, which launched in September 2019, or exchanged for their backing ENJ at any time. As more custom tokens are minted, more ENJ is removed from the ecosystem, thus making it scarcer.

According to its whitepaper, Enjin Coin uses a series of both on-chain and off-chain processes. When a transaction is completed within the Enjin ecosystem, a Trusted Platform contacts the users' smart wallets, and the website or game is updated immediately with a placeholder or nontradable version of the digital item until the transaction has been validated by the Ethereum blockchain.

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How Many Enjin Coin (ENJ) Coins Are There in Circulation?

Enjin Coin has a fixed maximum supply of 1 billion tokens. However, as the ecosystem grows and more ENJ is locked into in-game digital assets, the number of coins actually circulating will decrease.

Enjin Coin was first made available for purchase during a presale event in September 2017 in which 400 million ENJ was sold for a total of 38,800 Ether (ETH), worth $12 million at the time, with another 100 million ENJ given away as bonuses. In total, the presale sold and gave away 50% of the total supply. An initial coin offering was held in October 2017, with 300 million ENJ — 30% of the total supply — available for sale. The ICO raised 75,041 ETH, worth $18.9 million at the time. Tokens that were not sold during the ICO were locked for six months to be later used for community initiatives and marketing.

10% of the total token supply was reserved for the company for community initiatives, beta testing, marketing and strategic partnerships, while another 10% was reserved for team members and advisors. Team member tokens were locked for the first six months and vested over a period of 24 months, while advisor tokens were locked for two months and fully released afterward.

How Is the Enjin Coin Network Secured?

Enjin Coin is an ERC-20 token issued on the Ethereum blockchain, meaning that any on-chain ENJ transactions are validated and secured by the Ethereum network using a proof-of-work consensus algorithm. Miners compete among each other to add new blocks to the blockchain and a majority of all nodes in the network must confirm a record for it to be posted.

The underlying smart contracts that power Enjin Coin have undergone several audits, including by Ethereum developer Matthew Di Ferrante in September 2017, smart-contract auditor and developer ZK Labs in early 2018, and Castillo Network in July 2019.

In October 2020, Enjin launched a bug bounty program via information security company HackerOne.

Where Can You Buy Enjin Coin (ENJ)?

Enjin Coin can be purchased on cryptocurrency exchanges such as Binance, Bithumb, Uniswap (V2) and Balancer, among others. It can be traded against fiat currencies such as the U.S. dollar and the euro, cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ether, and stablecoins such as Tether (USDT) and USD Coin (USDC). It can be bought and sold on both spot and derivatives markets.

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