An exclusive drop of 144 memories of a dear cat on the Solana blockchain. We don’t know if she was the best cat of all time, but statistical analysis has placed her firmly in the top ten. Own an individually numbered piece of the first pet memorial NFT collection on Solana, and share in the celebration of a really special friend. 10% of mint proceeds benefit animals and caretakers in Ukraine. All holders of this collection and future collections will gain early access to the upcoming skills recognition platform from a lead author of Open Badges and creator of Badgr (see roadmap). These NFTs are also available in meatspace as a randomly selected sticker pack. --- Are you tired of NFT projects selling you a vision of a social life centered around their particular collection of pixel art? Would you rather make connections in your area and the metaverse based on your interests that are open to your friends who didn’t get in on an exclusive mint too? NFTs can be more than just something you own. They can be a sign of wealth and style, sure. But to build interoperability and diversity in our Web3 communities, we need to do more than just spinning up a discord server for people to talk about a particular set of images. Value needs to be based on more than simple scarcity and the first-party utilities offered to holders. As we appreciate art, we need to connect people to real world opportunities, and we need to build something fresher than a tiny copy of the social media silos that we’re trying to replace. If we want to really decentralize the web and put control of identity back in the hands of the end users, rather than the platforms, we need to practice ways of forming and understanding identity that allow for individuality and expression that connect data on-chain with off-chain portable data and our experience in the physical world. What we choose to express about ourselves should infuse our communities with meaning and personality.