Petbot – Cardano NFT
A pet friendly project that’s in the process of bringing forth a series of mini games!
There are a lot of NFT projects on the Cardano Blockchain at the time of writing, but in my personal experience only a handful restrain from promising the moon and stars to their community.
To be honest, that was an emphatic sentence to begin a review with, but I have always wanted to express the feeling. Besides, with the Petbot project it really fits. But why is that? Because with Petbot I can see a project that has a simple and clear goal, not too complicated and is in no hurry to achieve it. So, what is this project all about?
Petbot is one of those projects that have their stages of development. It begins with emphasizing its artwork and will continue to develop towards its final goal – a series of mini-games. So, do you see my reasoning in my aforementioned expression?
The team is a part where I saw some familiar faces and I believe that the transparency here is what will propel the project to success. But who are the members?
To begin with, I want to first introduce the member that is known to most of you and that is Jub. Jub is the co-founder of the Happy Hoppers Club and currently in charge of the project’s marketing. Moreover, let me introduce the artist of the project Amos, a very talented person from Malaysia. Next, we have the developers, Mathieu, Alexander and William. Last but not least, there’s Callum, who is the community moderator.
Overall, we have a transparent, NFT experienced and hard working team. What else can we ask?
Discord & Twitter
Even though, the project has not that big of a community, I can definitely see some engagement in their Twitter account. However, that’s the opposite for Discord , which I believe needs some improvements. Maybe, add some community games or events to pump the activity. Because so far I can see a low interest in the overall engagement in there.
If you want to follow Petbot’s social media you can check here:
The artwork is really simple, colorful and uses that cartoonish style on each piece. Also, the depiction is that of a robot, accompanied by probably its favorite pet. Now, although we haven’t got a lot of sneak peeks, I can understand that the emphasis is given to the pets more than the robots. My reasoning? I can see the majority of details focused on them. Not a bad thing for me, but rather the overall piece is really unique.
You can see some examples of the artwork below:
The website can be considered close to professional and if not then definitely there was some work involved in its creation. In my opinion with the very nature of Petbot, it doesn’t really have to be complicated, so mission accomplished. Finally, the website contains every possible detail about the project.
The roadmap is pretty straightforward but I believe poorly displayed. For instance, the team could have added in the website, the one that is in Discord. Which has a timeline and it’s clear to comprehend the steps.
For more details check the roadmap here.
Petbot is still at its early stages and has the potential to go mainstream in the CNFT community. I mean the artwork is pretty awesome, the team cares about transparency issues and the members are experienced. Finally, the concept is unique and the whole project has a clear goal – which is one of the most important factors.