EnjinCraft Player’s Guide

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EnjinCraft is a demo Minecraft server that showcases a robust form of blockchain integration made possible by the EnjinCraft Minecraft plugin. Here’s what you should know before you play.

About EnjinCraft

EnjinCraft is a demo Minecraft server that showcases a robust form of blockchain integration made possible by the EnjinCraft Minecraft plugin.

Our goal is to show the Minecraft community how the blockchain experience can be interwoven with Minecraft gameplay.

Getting Started

To join the server, you’ll need Minecraft Java Edition.

Select Multiplayer — Direct Connect, and enter the server address enjincraft.com.

In the world of EnjinCraft, you can import items from your blockchain wallet and use them in the server. You can also play five mini games to receive blockchain loot.

There is a specific set of blockchain-related commands used in EnjinCraft. These functions are native to our Minecraft Plugin, so server owners can integrate these features into their Minecraft worlds with ease.

Type /enj and press (enter) to see the full list of blockchain commands:

Wallet Linking

To use and receive blockchain assets in EnjinCraft, you will need to link your wallet.

To begin this process, type /enj link in the chat.

Here’s a video to guide you through the steps:

Secure Escrow Trading

A key feature of EnjinCraft and our Minecraft Plugin is the secure escrow trading process that enables two players to trade items with full confidence that they will receive what they expect.

Type /enj trade invite <player> to initiate a trade with another player.

If you have received an invite, press (t) to open up the chat log and left click (Accept) or (Decline)....

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