Crazy scientist Spiridono puts 6,969 lab mice through the Randomatron, they all get their own unique look and character and become RandoMice.
The mice find THE BUTTON. While Spiridono sleeps, they press it and all hop into the Randomatron, one by one, curious of what happens. The Randomatron goes brrrr…
Inside of the Randomatron, each mouse transforms into its higher form! The mice keep all their traits but change their look and become interactive. From now on you can follow your mice evolution by clicking the red button right on your NFT!
Spiridono finds out about the mischief and guards the Randomatron with a password. The mice begin competing for the opportunity crack the code, jump back into the Randomatron and evolve further!
Meanwhile, 100% of secondary sales go into the RandoLabs treasury and used for staffing, development and most importantly, mice gifts! As the mice grow, the gifts grow with them - community giveaways become multiple of the mice floor.
As time passes, the mice will find out what else THE BUTTON is capable of. $MEEF? Merch? 3D? 4D? Collab with Her Majesty? Who knows…
spiridono.eth - founder, dev and artist. Long term crypto enthusiast, self-proclaimed blockchain developer, dad, cat lover, degen.
RandoMice were hand drawn and coded by spiridono.eth.
All the separate parts were ran through a custom Python script that randomly combined them based on each part’s rarity profile.
Resulting images and metadata were uploaded to a decentralized file system (IPFS) and linked to RandoMice smart contract.
All RandoMice have been sold out during the initial mint and are only available on secondary market, for exapmle on OpenSea.
RandoMice were created as a fun collection catering to awesome NFT community and are intended for people to enjoy collecting, not as a financial instrument. The creator makes absolutely no promises or guarantees regarding the value of the RandoMice. Hopefully RandoMice go to the moon, but like anything in life, don’t spend money you can’t afford to not have.
RandoMice, the contract code, and resulting assets are all Public domain, you are free to do whatever you want with your RandoMice.