Mark Cuban, the billionaire Shark Tank star and owner of the Dallas Mavericks, has decided to build an online digital platform art gallery, a project nicknamed lazy.com that will enable its users to display and share their non-fungible tokens (NFTs) in any form.
He shared with The Block that he is building the latest gallery for collectibles and digital art. The website is working and has already served tens of thousands of users in its initial working days.
Mark Cuban says there isn’t a simple way to exhibit NFTs even though there are various websites where designers can design and mint their art hence the need to create an easy way to share NFTs and a way to put them in email, social bios, and any place a URL can stick.
Lazy.com has made it easier for people to buy and create NFTs and later show them off on social media.
When signing up on the platform, users can sign up with their MetaMask wallet and email addresses. They can post their NFT collection to various social media networks once they have created a unique URL.
The site lazy.com does not display the user’s wallet addresses.
The NFT merchandise that runs a range of dockets linked to sports, arts, music and food has heated up over several months. Designers are vending their art for millions and tens of millions, with the most recent case, digital artist Beeple selling his 5000-day collection for a staggering $69.4 million.
To The Block, Mark Cuban said that making and selling art in the form of NFTs has profited numerous creatives in the crypto art space.
He said there is nothing more satisfying than when people worldwide come together for compatible ideas like this.