This week, Enjin Coin, a modular blockchain platform centered around tokenized gaming, hit the limelight and saw its ENJ cryptocurrency price acutely surge after reporting indicated, and the project’s leadership confirmed, the Ethereum-based coin play had entered a partnership with international smartphone manufacturing titan Samsung Electronics.
After Samsung announced its crypto-friendly Galaxy S10 smartphone last month, chatter swelled that the phone’s in-built Samsung Blockchain Keystore would support ether (ETH) and ERC20 tokens in the very least. A reveal picture of the Keystore had shown in-app mock holdings of ETH, ENJ, and Basic Attention Token (BAT).
However, Enjin Coin has garnered much more than ERC20 support on the S10, as Enjin’s Vice President of Marketing Simon Kertonegoro later confirmed his team’s partnership with one of Samsung’s biggest arms.
“While I can confirm that we have an official partnership with Samsung, I’m not at liberty to disclose any other information at this…