If some high-profile billionaire was going to find a way to cash in on NFT’s, you’d figure it would have to be the guy who made his first couple billion in digital media.
That would be Mark Cuban, who sold his company broadcast.com to AOL back in the late 1990’s, and has been on the cutting edge of tech opportunities ever since.
Here’s his latest side hustle. He’s building a new online gallery to display NFT’s in any form.
The Block quoted the Dallas Mavericks owner of saying the website is already live, and seeing tens of thousands of visitors already.
“I wanted an easy way to show my NFTs and a way to put them in my social bios, my email signature, and any place I can stick a URL. People are curious about what other people collect. There wasn’t a super-easy way to do it,” he told The Block.
It’s called lazy.com, and essentially, it’s a gallery for art curated on an online website. \
“People bought NFTs, they created them, they need a lazy way to show them off. There really was not an easy way to do it before lazy.com,” Cuban said.
Here’s how the process works. Users use an email address to sign up. Then they are required to add their MetaMask wallet. A new, unique URL will be completed, and then the user has the ability to share digital art in their NFT collection to special media networks.
They can also display it in emails and text messages.