Anonymice Launches Soulbound Collector Cards and Badges on 1-Year Anniversary
Jason Bales

On the project's one-year anniversary, Anonymice is set to launch its soulbound NFT collector cards and badges.

Collector cards will be mintable with Cheeth, the ecosystem's native utility token, and badges will be unlocked "in various ways" and applied to those collector cards. The badges include mice memes and fun artwork.

This is a new way for Anonymice to reward collectors and collaborators.

There are three different collector card sizes, and each can be customized with a name and badges. 

Soulbound tokens cannot be bought, sold, or traded. They will remain in the wallet they are minted to permanently. This is a popular new NFT technology that has been utilized by NFT projects like Pudgy Penguins and crypto giants like Binance

This announcement comes on Anonymice's one-year anniversary. Since Sep. 16, 2021, the team has accomplished many achievements, including:

  • One of the first pfp (profile picture) projects to be generated and stored 100 percent on-chain
  • First tokenized mint with burn to reroll mechanics
  • Over 20,000 ETH in total volume traded
  • Sixth 10k pfp collection to hit a 10 ETH floor
  • First on-chain breeding event with hereditary traits and dynamic incubators
  • First on-chain evolutions event with a new generative NFT collection, on-chain salvage events and assemby
  • First on-chain soulbound token with unlockable badges for marking events and collector milestones
Anonymice Launches Soulbound Collector Cards and Badges on 1-Year Anniversary
Anonymice Announces Dedicated Ethereum Nodes for Genesis Mice Holders
Staff Writer

Micey Node, a dedicated network of Ethereum nodes for all Genesis mice holders, is officially here, the Anonymice team announced via Twitter.

But why do holders need a dedicated network of Ethereum nodes?

"All dApps (decentralized applications) need a way to communicate with blockchains," the Anonymice team explains. "Without a means of communication, dApps won’t be able to access information and make transactions on the blockchain on which they operate."

MetaMask and other web3 crypto wallets have default server providers like Infura that allow users to interact with web3 applications. But sometimes those servers get clogged and slow down.

Now, all Anonymice Genesis holders can utilize their own dedicated network.

"Using a private server has many potential benefits including greater speeds, more reliable service and less competition when submitting transactions during periods of high transaction volumes like an exclusive NFT drop," the team wrote via its announcement. "Your transactions will be broadcasted to miners faster than through public servers (eg. default MetaMask settings), which means they can be included in an earlier block."

Instructions on how to set up Micey Node is available here.

*WARNING: Micey Node has been frequently tested but is still in beta mode.

Anonymice Announces Dedicated Ethereum Nodes for Genesis Mice Holders
First Anonymice Baby Evolved
Logan Hitchcock

The first Anonymice Baby has evolved according to a tweet by the team.

The evolution process started in recent weeks whereby holders could mint DNA chips with the Anonymice native token, $CHEETH. 

Anonymice Babies, though not all evolved, hold a floor price of 0.167 ETH at the time of writing. 

First Anonymice Baby Evolved
CHEETH V3 Claim Live Now
Staff Writer

The claim for CHEETH V3 is open, according to an announcement in the Anonymice Discord. A snapshot was taken of V2 holders. 

Genesis Anonymice can claim 4,500 CHEETH and Anonymice Babies get 1,125 of the currency, which will be required for Evolutions (launching May 21). Mice must be unstaked before initiating the claim.

CHEETH V3 Claim Live Now


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