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Blockchain Assets

powered by enj

Explore the blockchain frontier with digitally handcrafted, fully customized ERC-1155 tokens.

Buyback Policy

We intend to mint ERC-1155 tokens for decades to come, but we’re concerned we will eventually run low on ENJ. All Mintshop profits will be used to buy back ENJ for adoption purposes.

Blockchain Legacy

For the time being, all tokens minted through the Enjin Mintshop will appear in the exclusive Blockchain Legacy collection. 

7-Day Turnaround

Your custom tokens will be created and distributed within seven (7) days.

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ERC-1155 Tokens

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Frequently Asked Questions

Every item created using Enjin’s development platform is backed by Enjin Coin (ENJ) for a few important reasons:

  • Guaranteed Value: Items backed by ENJ have a guaranteed base value. Supporters know they can retrieve the Enjin Coin from within their items at anytime by using the “Melt” feature in the Enjin Wallet. This increases confidence in the assets and faith in the projects offering them.
  • Increasing Scarcity of Items: Blockchain assets are often valued based on scarcity. As existing assets are melted, scarcity will increase over time, thereby lowering the supply of assets and increasing their demand.
  • Tangibility: ERC-1155 tokens backed by ENJ are realer and more tangible because they are created with something of value and can be destroyed again at any time — two core properties of any physical item.
  • Gold Standard: An 18 carat gold ring is exponentially more expensive than a 9 carat gold ring because it is perceived as fine jewelry of the highest craftsmanship. The same natural laws of perceived value applies to digital assets and their level of ENJ backing.
  • Certificate of Authenticity: The ENJ stored within assets proves their provenance and certifies their compatibility with the Enjin ecosystem.
  • Hyperinflation: If everyone can create infinite digital assets, how do we prevent the oversupply of assets from tanking their value? As the digital asset economy grows, backing items with ENJ is the perfect way to regulate asset creation.

We intend to mint ERC-1155 tokens for decades to come, but we're concerned we will eventually run low on ENJ. For this reason, we're using all Mintshop profits to buy back ENJ for adoption purposes.

We are currently experiencing the first wave of blockchain adoption.

We believe this is a historical moment in blockchain history, and we want to celebrate the assets created in this first wave of adoption by placing them in a exclusive collection.

This “Blockchain Legacy” category will be open for a limited time, and any item hosted within the collection can be publicly proven to be among the first wave of ERC-1155 assets ever created.

Traditional currencies and cryptocurrencies are fungible; they are identical, interchangeable, and divisible. For currencies to work as a standard payment method, fungibility is essential.

Fungible tokens do not have a unique serial number or history; there is nothing to distinguish one from the next. For example, every $5 note is exactly the same and holds the same value. Every half of one fungible token is equal to two quarters of another.

Fungible tokens are useful for things like currency, reward points, discounts, and promotional materials—any item that doesn't require a unique identity.

The ERC-20 Ethereum token standard is the most common example of fungible tokens and has been used by over 1,000 cryptocurrency projects as a crowdfunding mechanism and payment solution.

A non-fungible token is a singular, defined asset.

Non-fungible tokens are not divisible and are stored in the Enjin Wallet as separate tokens with individual data. However, non-fungible tokens are not always 100% unique. For example, a set of tokens may share the same name, description, and image, but they can still be non-fungible if they possess unique, distinguishing properties (identity, history, and metadata).

Non-fungible tokens are suitable for things like identification, certificates, collectibles, gaming characters—any asset that requires its own identity.

The ERC-721 token standard, used by games like CryptoKitties, is the most common example of non-fungible tokens.