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Your private keys are stored only on your device using AES 256 encryption.
Meet your new blockchain wallet—impenetrable, feature-packed, and convenient.
How to view the transactions performed through your Enjin Wallet.
The Enjin Wallet supports Ethereum (ETH), Bitcoin (BTC), Litecoin (LTC), Dogecoin, Binance Coin (BNB), BEP2, ERC-20, and ERC-1155 & ERC-721 blockchain assets.
How to send coins, tokens and blockchain assets in the Enjin Wallet.
How to receive coins, tokens and blockchain assets to your Enjin Wallet.
You'll need ETH in order to send any ERC-20 tokens or ERC-1155 assets.
Learn more about pending ethereum transactions and what you can do to prevent them.
Learn more about pending Bitcoin, Litecoin and Doge transactions and how to cancel them in the wallet.
Follow these steps to link your project to your Enjin Wallet.
A guide for importing from MEW to Enjin Wallet via keystore.
What to do if your funds haven't appeared in the Enjin Wallet.
Learn more about watching blockchain addresses and wallets in the Enjin Wallet.
Learn more about transaction nonce and how to resync your Enjin Wallet nonce.
Learn how to find your 12-word recovery phrase for an existing Enjin Wallet.
Follow these steps to enable Developer Mode in the Enjin Wallet.
A step-by-step guide to getting started with the Enjin Wallet.
Learn more about selecting an appropriate gas fee when performing transactions.
An advanced guide for overwriting a pending transaction through your Enjin Wallet.
How to get set up with the Enjin Wallet and scan your first Beam QR code.
Download the Enjin Wallet APK if you don't have access to the Google Play Store or App Store.
Learn more about the removal of features like the In-Wallet token swap in the iOS version of the Enjin Wallet app.
No. You are solely responsible for your wallet, funds and your recovery phrase.