As the Web3 world continues to evolve, so do the platforms that build upon it. As such, no longer content with half-baked projects, many users now want fully immersive ecosystems with huge interactive elements. Leading the way in this pivotal area of innovation, My Pet Hooligan has arrived to set a new kind of benchmark.
Based around an 8,888 strong colony of 3D non-fungible bunnies, My Pet Hooligan offers an anarchic world of cutting-edge Web3 experiences. Bringing with it, a grand union of VR, AR, animation, staking and platform governance, all focused on the artful coneys as they strive to protect their world from the evil stratagem of the villainous Metazuckerbot. A 100% fictitious opponent, definitely not based on any singular, real-life person.
Sitting at the centre of this new lagomorphic ecosystem owners will find The Rabbit Hole, a vast Web3 metaverse where the pet hooligans thrive. Inside which, intrepid NFT holders can roam the Unreal Engine 5 powered digital warren, discovering a wide world of P2E escapades, social interactions and community engagement, all made possible through its own self-managed platform-wide governance token, $KARROTs.
Not just an aesthetically pleasing environment, My Pet Hooligan has formed a team of the brightest minds in the industry. Therefore, leveraging experts formerly of Disney, Pixar and Industrial Light and Magic, with the end goal of producing the best Web3 experience imaginable.
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