This week’s featured collector is MeezIsNotDead
Welcome to a special celebration of the Lazy Newsletter’s 100th issue!
Lazy launched in early April, 2021. Founded by Mark Cuban, the idea behind Lazy was laser focused on simplicity: be the easiest way to display NFTs regardless of the blockchain.
Back then Bored Apes weren’t yet a thing and the world of Non-Fungible Tokens was just starting to experience a remarkable boom, with a growing number of artists, creators, and collectors engaging with this novel digital asset class. High-profile sales, such as the $69 million auction of Beeple’s artwork “Everydays: The First 5000 Days” at Christie’s, played a crucial role in driving interest in NFTs.
In the nearly two years since our launch, Lazy.com has played a key role in the NFT ecosystem by offering a user-friendly platform for artists, collectors, and enthusiasts to showcase and buy/sell their digital art collections with ease. By providing a simple, streamlined interface, Lazy.com lowered the barrier to entry for new users and helped foster a welcoming environment for the broader NFT community.
It has been a wild ride.
Thank you for being a part of the Lazy community!
🎉 What do you love about Lazy.com? 🎉
“It is a simple and uncluttered way to showcase the ART!” — bearbrains
🎉 What is your happiest NFT memory? 🎉
“One morning I was sitting in the garden painting, listening to a Podcast (Steve-O’s Wild Ride) which had Mark Cuban on as a guest talking about NFTs. This instantly sparked ideas and I went straight from there to mint all of the art I had created over the previous 18 months. I minted the 150 piece collection and that summer I jumped into the web3 space researching and learning, engaging with artist and collectors. One of my happiest NFT memories I have is 6 months after hearing Mark Cuban on the podcast, he messaged me and says he likes my Art and shares my Lazy.com/Bstract profile with his 9 Million followers. This gave life to my career as an artists and since then I’ve been lucky to have my work be displayed in the UK/US/Europe and Asia and I have collaborated with some of the most incredible artists in Web3.” — bstract
🎉 What’s next for Lazy.com? 🎉
“We will be agile and curious as the future comes our way!” — The Lazy.com Team
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