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This week’s featured collector is NarbDad
NarbDad is the former Mayor of Narbeth, Pennsylvania. He is also a collector of Ethereum, Polygon and Solana NFTs. NarbDad is clearly a fan of generative AI remixes of famous NFTs. Browse their interesting gallery at lazy.com/narbdad
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Site Improvements on Lazy.com
Dear Lazy.com users,
We’ve been quietly tinkering away in the background, making a few adjustments to our platform. While we may be called Lazy.com, we’re anything but lazy when it comes to improving your user experience. Here are the recent site fixes we’ve implemented:
1. Solana NFTs Now Playing Nice
We’ve addressed the issue with Solana NFTs not displaying correctly. Solana NFTs will now appear as they should, allowing you to present your collection without any hiccups.
2. Spam NFTs on Ethereum Get the Boot
We all know that one party crasher who just won’t take a hint. To save you the trouble of dealing with unwanted spam NFTs lurking in your Ethereum-based collections, we’ve put a bouncer at the door. These pesky airdropped spam NFTs will now be automatically hidden, leaving you with a curated guest list of the NFTs you actually invited. We’ll continue to refine our system to ensure all spam NFTs are removed.
3. Tezos NFTs Step into the Profile Picture Limelight
For those of you collecting Tezos NFTs, we have a fix: you can now use your Tezos NFTs as profile pictures on Lazy.com. It’s a subtle way to personalize your profile and give your favorite Tezos-based NFTs a moment in the spotlight. They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so let your favorite Tezos NFT do the talking.
Our team continues to work diligently behind the scenes to ensure that Lazy.com remains a user-friendly platform for showcasing your NFT collections. We appreciate your feedback and suggestions, so please don’t hesitate to share your thoughts with us.
Thank you for being part of the Lazy.com community, and we hope you find these updates to be beneficial. After all, it’s the little improvements that make life more enjoyable, just like that one joke about the NFT collector who walked into a bar—but they couldn’t prove ownership, so they had to leave.
Help Us Make Lazy.com Unbelievably Awesome: Share Your Insights!
We’re on a mission to make our platform even more fabulous, and we need YOUR brilliant insights to help us get there. So, we’ve put together a quick questionnaire that’s all about your suggestions for Lazy.com. By taking a few moments to participate, not only will you be making your voice heard, but you’ll also be shaping the future of NFT showcasing for everyone. Picture a Lazy.com that’s tailored to your desires—now let’s make it happen together! Can’t wait to hear what you have to say!
Click here to give your feedback on Lazy.com and request new features
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