Blockchain game development platform Enjin (ENJ) has been selected by the augmented reality app developer (AR) VREX Lab as the rapidly rising guest network Dyverse, a blockchain-based marketplace app that allows users to collect, generate and play crypto-collectible 3D monsters – called Kydys – which can be inserted into the VREX Lab AR video messaging app, Kydy.
The news that VREX Lab would work with Enjin to integrate Kydys and other objects and characters from Enjin's partner games (e.g. Enjin Multiverse) in the Dyverse market and the Enjin wallet dropped on Thursday this announcement. In it, the developer of the app AR also revealed that it has launched the blockchain-based Dyverse platform on Product Hunt, a popular website that allows users to share and discover new products.
We are thrilled to share that the AR VREX Lab app developer is adopting the Enjin platform for @DyverseOfficial, a marketplace where users can exchange blockchain #augmented reality characters and objects.
– Enjin (@enjin) 17 January 2019
Dyverse flies to 2ND Among the NES of Ethereum
The double VREX Lab announcements related to Dyverse seem to have aroused interest in the nascent community of cryptogaming and crypto-collectible. Trying to drive Ethereum's block explorer Etherscan, Dyverse is classified – at the time of writing – secondly for 24-hour transfers inside and out of smart contracts that respect ERC-721 (ie, the Ethereum standard for non-fungible tokens (NFT)).
Help to convey the importance of Dyverse's second place, Etherscan traces a total of 998 ERC-721 token contracts. The only dApp responsible for multiple transfers is very popular and heavily funded CryptoKitties, which recorded 4,636 transfers in the last 24 hours (against 979 for the Dyverse).
The CEO of Enjin examines the upcoming Crypto Exchange function
Despite being committed to working with the VREX Lab, based in South Korea and China, to integrate the dApp of Dyverse marketplace, there is still much to be done in the short-term pipeline for the development of the product suite of Enjin.
In fact, the Thursday evening has seen Maxim Blagov (CEO, co-founder and creative director) Tweet so soon, users will be able to "use the Enjin mobile wallet to easily exchange hundreds of trading pairs". Included are the same as Enjin Enjin Coin (ENJ), as well as ether (ETH), bitcoin (BTC), litecoin (LTC) and numerous Tokens that comply with ERC-20.
The release of this exchange function, according to Blagov's tweet, will be "everything [be] thanks to the native, decentralized, in-app multi-exchange integration in the world "enabled by Kyber Network (KNC), Bancor (BNT) is Changelly.