The Enjin team announced the release of open source Java SDK for blockchain on May 27. The Java SDK can be used to integrate blockchain assets to games, websites, apps and other projects for anything built with Java, allowing simple and easy interaction with the Enjin API. The users and developers can use, modify and contribute to the Java SDK, as they see fit.
The Java SDK comes with multiple features out of the box of authentication (projects and users), user management (display current users, their identities and balances), wallet linking (easy integration of Ethereum wallets with their accounts in Java based apps through QR code scan) and request creation (send and approve Enjin transactions). It uses GSON to de-serialize data/objects and both synchronous/asynchronous executions can be used for queries/mutations.
Enjin is a leading developer on the Ethereum blockchain, focusing primarily on Non Fungible Tokens (NFTs). The Enjin team has developed a plethora of products to assist developers interested in creation and distribution of Non Fungible Tokens (NFTs). The team also proposed and successfully implemented ERC-1155 standard, the proprietary standard for NFT tokens.
The powerful platform allows developers to mint blockchain assets without writing complex code, using a simple clean interface and integrate them into games, apps, platforms etc. To ensure a seamless user experience, the Enjin is powered by a variety of tools, to assist participants interested in their endeavor.
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