According to a recent announcement, Shibacals and Bad Idea AI have partnered up to release a new physical collectible in the completely decentralized community of Shiba Inu. Bad Idea AI aims to create a tangible version of its AI model on the Shibacals platform.
On July 23, Christopher Johnson, the President of Lightspeed Crypto Services LLC, revealed that there is a surprise in store for the community from Shibacals and team BAD. Johnson, who is a disabled veteran and knowledgeable about the situation, shared this information.
“BAD has a surprise in store working with Shibacals — amazing team and one I am deeply humbled to be working with.” - CJ tweeted
The Shibacals team expressed their excitement for the collaboration and shared news of upcoming developments.
The discussion followed Shibacal's mention of the forthcoming Blockchain Futurist Conference, which will see the launch of the Shibarium mainnet. The event is set to take place on August 15 – 16, 2023.
The Shiba Inu NFT project within the ecosystem is striving to showcase various astonishing physical collectibles during the August gathering. The project's website reveals that two upcoming physical collectibles, named "astonishing toys" and "extraordinary skeletons," will be released in collaboration with Shibpreme and Crypt Social Club, respectively.
Crypt Social Club is a collection of unique skeletons that exist on the Ethereum blockchain and are led by artists. Meanwhile, Shibpreme is a popular NFT project on Opensea that features a collection of Shiba Inu-themed artwork.
Shibacals claims to be a distinctive real-world aspect of the Shiba Inu ecosystem. The project was created by the primary developer, Shytoshi Kusama, in June to coincide with the launch of the Shiba Inu layer-2 solution. In early 2023, Shibarium was introduced on testnet, and it recently reached a new milestone in terms of total transactions and linked wallets.