‘Seussibles’ NFT Collection Launches with the Grinch, Cat in the Hat and More

December 17, 2021, 12:00 PM AEST - 4 weeks ago

Well-loved children’s entertainment brand Seuss Enterprises has teamed up with NFT company Dapper Labs and digital collectibles startup Tibles to launch a collection of NFTs based on characters from the famous Dr. Seuss books.

These digital collectibles, or Seussibles, are built on the new Flow blockchain and are available for fans to purchase with either crypto or credit card through the Seussibles app on the Apple app store, and on the Seussibles.com website.

Iconic Dr. Seuss characters such as the Cat in the Hat, the Grinch and the Lorax are available as NFT sets, starting at US$4.99. There are more than 600 collectibles based on popular Dr. Seuss titles including Green Eggs and HamFox in SocksOne Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue FishHorton Hears a Who!Hop on Pop and Mr Brown Can Moo! Can You?

Digital collectibles from the Seussibles series.

NFTs Launched on the Flow Blockchain

Flow, a new blockchain built for the next generation of apps, games, and the digital assets that power them, was designed as a foundation for internet-scale protocols and applications that also require exceptional user experience.

Conceived by the team behind CryptoKitties, the platform was developed and stress-tested with top global partners and is now open for anyone to contribute to and benefit from.

A bonus is that its buying setup is simple even for non-crypto-savvy NFT collectors to deal with. As the Flow website puts it:

Apple in-app purchases make buying Seussibles absolutely seamless. [There is] no complicated wallet setup. [There are] no transaction fees. On seussibles.com you’ll be able to buy your Seussibles with your credit card or cryptocurrency.


Even a child could manage it, which is probably the idea.

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