Enjin, on Friday, September 23, announced via its official Twitter handle that they are working on Beam, a tool that links to web wallets and allows Enjin wallet users to both send and receive Non-fungible tokens (NFT) assets with ease, as part of their effort to make NFT assets transfer easier.
Witek Radomski, Enjin’s CEO, stated they are working on creating a web wallet and Beam, a tool that links web wallets in a browser. The Beam tool will allow its users to scan QR codes to send and instantly receive NFTs in their wallets.
As a result, web wallet users will no longer have to participate or join NFT drop events and will not have to go through the stress of installing and setting up mobile apps to send and receive NFTs.
According to Enjin’s CEO and co-founder, the tool currently supports only Ethereum and Efinity NFTs, meaning its users can now scan QR codes to send and receive these assets. The web wallet is expected to support NFT assets built on other blockchains in the Future.
Furthermore, Enjin has updated its wallet daemon to version 0.9.4 and integrated it with the Efinity staging environment, stating developers can now start experimenting with it, according to the tweet released by the company on September 24.
The Wallet Daemon is a tool that allows its users to authorize transaction requests to and from the Enjin Platform automatically. When a transaction request is made on the Enjin Platform, the Wallet Daemon receives it, signs it, and transmits it back to the Enjin Platform.
It, therefore, saves Enjin wallet users the stress of signing (authorizing) each blockchain transaction in-game.
Enjin is a for-profit company founded in 2009 by Witek Radomski and Maxim Blagov as a community gaming platform. In 2017, the company launched its initial coin offering (ICO) in 2017 raised around $18.9 million through the sale of ENJ tokens to fund the development of its blockchain.