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A trip down Enjin memory lane, from the world’s first blockchain-powered Minecraft server to Ethereum’s adoption of ERC-1155 as an official token standard.
“There is no power for change greater than a community discovering what it cares about.”
— Margaret J. Wheatley
We’ve said it time and time again, but the Enjin community is everything.
After all, we call you the “Enjin Army” for a reason.
You’ve been there for us since our ICO days, some of you even since our humble beginnings 10 years ago. For that, you have our unconditional gratitude.
Whether it’s in Telegram, on Reddit, or the greater World Wide Web, it’s our thousands of community members that provide us with continuous motivation and support in everything from our marketing campaigns and product launches to educating newcomers and providing insight, feedback, and thoughtful suggestions for new product features.
Now, we’re nearly two years into the thick of it all, with core pieces of the Enjin ecosystem coming to life.
It’s been a fun journey together on this road to adoption, so let’s take a short trip down memory lane before the real fun begins in the second half of this year.
Developing the Enjin ecosystem is a carefully executed voyage that involves hard work, brilliant ideas, and pioneering solutions — meticulously forged with a single goal in mind: mass adoption of blockchain technology.
Here’s what we’ve done so far:
Exactly one year later, after receiving an incredible amount of support with more than 50 revisions and 400 comments from the community, ERC-1155 reached final status and was adopted by Ethereum as an official token standard ...
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