The Coinomi wallet is well-known for its support of a truly massive number of cryptocurrencies. It is one of the most user-friendly multi-coin solutions for the Andriod environment. Recently it has added a new and exciting coin called Enjin Coin (ENJ). Since the latter partnered with Coinomi, the popular wallet facilitates one-click contributions to Enjin’s ongoing pre-sale. The pre-sale is going well, and the project has already raised US$5 million. Contributions from Coinomi will also be accepted during Enjin’s ICO in October.
Enjin’s CEO, Maxim Blagov, was very excited about the partnership with Coinomi. Being supported on Coinomi is helpful for the company’s market presence and also allows individuals to participate in the ICO and pre-sale conveniently. While contributing to other ICOs is not necessarily onerous, this makes it even easier and allows even the least tech-savvy among us to participate in the exciting world of cryptocurrency ICOs and Enjin.
George Kimionis, Coinomi’s CEO, echoed his new partner and called the partnership a “perfect fit.” He is excited that Enjin allows for a true ownership of game items. Players can trade or move their assets between games, and now they can store those assets in the Coinomi wallet. These assets are fully owned by users, since private keys never leave one’s device. He continued:
“That might sound normal given the recent developments in the blockchain world but looking back a few years it’s truly amazing how easy and secure this process has become, offering an unparalleled freedom never possible before.”
Since Coinomi also has a built-in exchange with Shapeshift and Changelly, Enjin may also be tradeable against many other popular cryptocurrencies, all while never closing the wallet app. Enjin Coin’s integration with Coinomi is an important step for the new gaming currency, which has been seeing rising popularity since the start of the pre-sale in late August.
The Enjin project itself is the largest gaming community creation platform online with over 18.7 million users. The company, based in Singapore, was launched in 2009 and now sees more than 60 million global views a month. The Enjin platform now is responsible for millions of dollars per month in virtual good sales.
Based on user numbers alone, the partnership between Coinomi and Enjin make sense. Coinomi is a security-first multi-asset wallet that provides native support for 79 blockchains and 200 tokens. It has 1,574 trading pairs available in 168 fiat currency representations and 25 languages! Founded in 2014, it is the oldest multi-asset wallet with hundreds of thousands of happy users. At the same time, no Coinomi wallet has ever been hacked or otherwise compromised.