Dapper Labs partners with Dr. Seuss Enterprises launch themed NFT platform


Their name is Dr. Seuss Enterprises, and they now speak for the NFTs. 

Specifically, Dr. Seuss Enterprises — a children’s entertainment company that holds the rights to the Dr. Seuss books — has partnered with the NFT developer Dapper Labs and a digital collectibles startup called Tibles to create non-fungible tokens (NFTs) Dr. Seuss’s work. 

These NFTs, called “Seussibles!,” are built on the Flow blockchain developed by Dapper Labs and can be bought on the Apple app store with fiat currency or crypto. 

Users can also swap Seussibles! on the platform, advertising which collectibles they’re looking for and are willing to trade for, as well as showcase their collection on their profile. 

Founded in 2018, Tibles (as in “collectibles'') received $1.14 million in seed funding from Dapper Labs on May 20 of this year. 

Dapper Labs is a billion-dollar industry company that launched successful NFT projects such as CryptoKitties and NBA TopShot. With Seussibles! down, Dapper Labs is gearing up to launch another NFT marketplace centered on American football in January of 2022.

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May 5, 2022, 3:17PM UTC