Enjin, Blockchain And 20 Million Gamers Team Up To Ensure Humans Live Longer

For all of our readers who are avid gaming enthusiasts, you must have come across an all in one online tech and crypto platform, Enjin. What sets this platform apart from others is that Enjin continues to grow its products portfolio at a much higher rate and now boasts products and services like Enjin Wallet, Enjin Coin, EnjinX, Efinity and perhaps the most popular,  the Enjin Network.

That’s why it’s no wonder that the platform hosts a huge ad global community of over 20 million gamers and developers. Now, as per a report by the Business Wire, the company’s next order of business is to launch their very own charity platform in collaboration with the SENS Research Foundation which will allow its every growing community to find exciting new ways to interact with charities of their choice around the world.

According to the report, Enjin has already launched the pilot charity program with SENS which according to it’s website, the “SENS Research Foundation is a 501(c)(3) public charity that is transforming the way the world researches and treats age-related disease.”

The research we fund at universities around the world and at our own Research Center uses regenerative medicine to repair the damage underlying the diseases of aging. Our goal is to help build the industry that will cure these diseases.

This is a pretty great way of incentivizing donors in an interactive way where for every donation, they will get “minted” blockchain based collectibles that the platform refers to as “non-fungible tokens.”

According to Maxim Blagoc who is the CEO of Enjin, “The Enjin team is committed to using the tremendous power of blockchain to practically benefit and support struggling communities and important scientific research being done globally. He further added that, “By creating a more exciting, playful and incentive-based system for people to donate, we will encourage an ecosystem for active ongoing contributions with strong potential to go viral globally, instead of one-time donations.”

Alternatively, this exciting new interactive platform might just do some real good in the lives of patients who are crippled by degenerative diseases. As per the Co-Founder of the SRF, Dr Aubrey de Grey, “Our work to cure crippling age-related diseases relies entirely on active partners and donors like the Ethereum Foundation. Their ongoing support has a real and powerful positive impact on the vital work we’re doing to both improve quality of life and extend healthy human longevity.”

Komal Zaheer

Writer. Procrastinator. Bra Burning Feminazi. Likes to make people laugh. Student of Journalism.

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