Can a Rasp Pi Zero Drive Three 5x5 Matrices?

Could Raspberry Pi Zero drive three of these 5x5 RGB matrices?

According to the store’s description you can cut a trace to change the address of the matrix. I would like to have 3 matrices. So is there any way to give the matrices three different addresses?

I am pretty in-experienced with this type of embedded system stuff. I would greatly appreciate any advice on how to chain 2 or 3 of these together on a Pi Zero. Thanks!

Two is doable but not three. Not without modifying one to get a third i2c address. By default you can have one of two addresses. Cutting the jumper switches that board to the alternate address. You can’t have two i2c devices with the same address so your restricted to two. On stock and one with the jumper cut.