Enjin CEO drops major hint during AMA: 'It involves Binance Chain'

04 Apr, 2019 | Updated: 04 Apr, 2019
by Jelmer van der Dussen
Enjin CEO drops major hint during AMA: 'It involves Binance Chain'

Enjin Co-founder and CEO Maxim Blagov has dropped a huge hint during an AMA (Ask Me Anything) session in the English Telegram group of Binance. Blagov said there's news coming that involves Binance Chain.

Asked about which features of the Enjin Wallet are his favorite, the Enjin CEO said 'my number one favorite feature is the Samsung S10 Enjin Wallet integration'. There has been a lot of hype around the Enjin and Samsung partnership. 'We worked closely with the Samsung team to achieve what I feel is a marvel from both a software and hardware perspective.'

'In my opinion, this innovation makes hardware wallets like Trezor and Ledger nearly obsolete.  Once you get your hands on an S10 and install the Enjin Wallet, it will be an instant “why hasn’t anyone done this before, this is an incredible innovation for the crypto industry”. Unfortunately it is only available in Korea right now, but will soon be opened in USA & Canada.'

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Blagov continued with a huge hint. 'My 2nd favorite feature is actually not released yet but coming very soon.  I’ll give you a hint, it involves Binance Chain!' The Binance Chain and DEX will be launched later this month. It's not yet clear what this feature will be, but Blagov said he is 'extremely excited about this. More details on this later.'

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The price of Enjin reacted to the news immediately. ENJ saw a rise from $0.15 to $0.175 within minutes.

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