While many in the Twitterverse have been spending their time during this NFT market correction licking their wounds and dwelling on the terrible decisions they made, or didn’t make, other creators and investors in the space have taken the opportunity to innovate and make something…terrible.
About one year after pivoting their existing company to a web3 model in the fall of 2021, CEO Adam Altman and his double-digit, full-time team are dropping their first project of their Terrible Pets collection. According to their Medium article, the Terrible Pets collection, “will pioneer a novel format and way to use NFTs that we’re so finger-licking lit about. We have apps built already that make ‘making stories’ with the Terrible Pets content easy, fun, and social. And there will be many Terrible Pet NFTs to make those experiences as awesome as they can be.”
ONE37pm had a chance to chat with three of the full-time members to talk about the Terrible Pets collection and their initial collection launch happening in September, the Terrible Potatoes.
What are Terrible Pets?
Terrible Pets is a “first-of-its-kind” NFT collection where the community collects and utilizes NFTs based around a cast of eight main characters, the Terrible Pets. In conjunction with the deep and layered backstories that these characters have through content put out by the team, holders use their NFTs as building blocks to create comedic memes, stories, and comics that provide for an innovative way of content creation utilizing this co-creation model.