Enjin (ENJ), a blockchain project building a decentralized ecosystem for gaming, announced this week that IT company Beany Studio will be utilizing the Enjin blockchain for its advertising platform, delivery service and upcoming AR/VR-compatible action RPG, BeanyBeanie.
We’re excited to share that Beany Studio is adopting the @enjin Platform for upcoming AR/VR-compatible action game @beanyfriends, advertising platform @MagicEspejo, and online order delivery services @miugodo & EnvioGT.
— Beany Beanie (@beanyfriends) January 24, 2019
According to the announcement, Beany Studio will integrate ERC-1155 blockchain characters into the game, with plans to launch in Q4 of 2019. These characters will also be featured in the Beany Studio’s MagicEspejo advertising platform, to increase engagement and loyalty throughout the Beany Studio ecosystem.
“Beany Studio’s adoption of the Enjin Platform is a perfect example of how our ecosystem can add massive value to businesses servicing the hospitality and retail industries,” said Enjin CEO Maxim Blagov. “This is the first example of what is sure to be a big area of expansion for the Enjin Platform and Ethereum as a whole.”
BeanyBeanie is described as a cooperative RPG that will be available on smartphone and tablet. In the game, players must defeat the Dooms villains in order to save the earth by using various animal characters and in-game items, all presumably secured on the Enjin blockchain.
Beany Studio will also use Beam, Enjin’s new QR code-based cryptocurrency airdrop system, as a tool to further expand its market presence in Central America across a variety of restaurants, pharmacies, supermarkets and other businesses.
Enjin Coin is currently up 4.2% over the last 24 hours to $0.035324, giving the project a $26.9 million market cap.
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