Ethereum (ETH) based digital asset startup startup Enjin 14. March will launch a Software Development Kit (SDK) for the major Game Development Engine Unity. The company announced its launch on March 4 in a medium post.
SDK will reportedly allow Unity Developers to create, integrate and manage the distribution of ERC 1155-analog tokens on Atheri Blockchain. The ERC-1155 Token Development Standard is based on the ERC-20 and ERC-721 standards and was invented by Witek Radomski, Chief Technical Officer of Enjin.
According to the release, this new standard enables developers to create unlimited fungus and non-fungus tokens with a smart contract, which allows faster production time, low fee and easy token mass production.
With asset token, the amount of property in existence and their properties can be set in blocks on blockchains, for example, problems with unexpected changes during the update.
The announcement of your SDK’s announcement also states that game asset transferability also enables interoperability, so that players can use their virtual items in many games.
Finally, the post claims that Unity is the world’s most popular game development engine, it reports that it is used by more than 4.5 million developers and 28 billion games set on 3 billion devices are unity-based. About six months ago, John Richetello, CEO of Unity appears at the Techcrunch Discussion Conference in San Francisco, to suit those claims.
During the incident, Riccitiello said that half of all sports – and more than half of the mobile and Nintendo-platform games – are based on unity. Integration Game Engine works on 30 platforms, including Microsoft Windows Operating System, iOS, Android, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Oculus Rift and many others. Engine also supports Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality App Development.
As reported in February, Engz is one of Samsung’s soon-to-be-backed Samsung subsidiaries of Samsung’s S10 smartphone.
Even in February, news broke that the blockchain company Haschash Consultants has announced to roll out tokens services for their White Label Crypto Exchange and gaming industry by partnering with an undisclosed Australian video game developer.