Adim wants to use the tools of web3 to build something big: A community of creators, writers, artists, designers, developers, fans and friends working together to create an entire narrative universe. Every beloved character throughout TV and movie history has been imagined and brought to life through collaboration. Each contributor brings their own unique perspective to the process; their own talents, their own experiences. With the right structure, that creative process can be magic. A process through which whole worlds are born, directly from the imagination of the group. Adim is one of those collaborative groups. But instead of being an exclusive room of ten, it’s a community of hundreds (and hopefully) thousands of people. Through it all, members will be able to share in the ownership and various upsides of their collaborative efforts. Are we suggesting that the traditional model of content creation and distribution is somehow flawed? No. A version of it has yielded every show or movie we've ever loved. This isn't about the stories that have already been told. It's about those that haven't. Despite a lot of the rhetoric, proselytizing and some genuine concerns raised about web3, at the heart of it, what web3 offers is a fundamentally different way of looking at the world. Of ownership. Of inclusivity. Of opportunity. And of community. Especially for creators.