On NFT.io, actions like creating a collection, creating tokens , purchasing tokens requires payment in ENJ tokens, the native token of the Enjin Blockchain.
If you want to engage in these actions, you must ensure that your Enjin Wallet is funded with sufficient ENJ native tokens.
There are two versions of the ENJ token available on different blockchains:
- Ethereum ENJ - often called ERC-20 ENJ since it's an ERC-20 token on the Ethereum blockchain.
- Enjin Blockchain ENJ - often called native ENJ since it is the native token of the Enjin Blockchain.
At the time being, NFT.io currently only supports native Enjin Blockchain ENJ.
To begin, ensure that the Enjin Matrixchain is added to your Enjin Wallet. If it is not yet added, refer to this guide: Adding the Enjin Matrixchain Blockchain.
After adding the Enjin Matrixchain blockchain, locate and copy your Enjin Matrixchain address by tapping on the Enjin Matrixchain address with the Enjin Matrixchain logo .
In case you are unsure how to find and copy your Enjin Matrixchain wallet address, please follow this guide: Finding your Enjin Matrixchain wallet address
⚠️ To make sure you copied the correct wallet address, make sure it starts with "ef".
Now, you should acquire some ENJ and have them sent to the Enjin Matrixchain address you have just copied.
You can acquire ENJ on different cryptocurrency exchanges. Please check out the ENJ markets on CoinGecko to find out where you can buy ENJ.
It is important to make sure that you are purchasing native ENJ and not Ethereum ERC-20 ENJ.
If you are unsure about the differences between ERC-20 ENJ and native ENJ, please refer to the section above: What is the difference between ERC-20 ENJ and native ENJ?
⚠️ if you have participated in the Efinity crowdloan, you should have native ENJ in the wallet you contributed to the crowdloan with.