WAX Partners With Mark Cuban’s Lazy.com NFT Gallery
The WAX blockchain joins Ethereum, Polygon, Solana and Flow as the latest chain to be added to the Shark Tank investor’s NFT gallery for collectors!
The Summer of WAX is certainly hitting its stride.
Today, WAX announced a partnership with billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban’s Lazy.com – an NFT gallery that allows collectors to easily share their art – becoming the fifth blockchain to be added to the service, joining Ethereum, Solana, Polygon and Flow.
Users can now connect their WAX Cloud Wallets to the Lazy.com platform, and pin or hide WAX NFTs from their personal portfolio. This portfolio can then be shared across the web with a simple custom URL, giving your friends, family and the wider community an easy way to see what NFTs you hold.
This partnership will also allow users to directly purchase individual WAX NFTs that are listed for sale on AtomicHub using their WAX Cloud Wallets.
Lazy.com’s simple-but-powerful functionality helps solve the issue of being unable to showcase the NFTs owned across multiple wallets on multiple chains, allowing users to share their holdings with one simple URL.
Mark Cuban, Investor on ABC’s Shark Tank and Founder of Lazy, said:
“We are excited to add the vibrant WAX NFTs ecosystem to [Lazy], the leading Personal NFT Presentation Platform. WAX has been a leading innovator for years. Lazy.com users globally will be excited to add their WAX collections.”
William Quigley, Co-Founder and CEO of WAX, said:
“Lazy.com is a great, easy-to-use digital display case for NFTs which simplifies the process of buying, selling, and showcasing digital collectibles. The integration of the WAX Cloud Wallet will give our users an additional way to share their NFTs with the world. Holders of NFTs from our wide range of popular gaming dApps will gain new utility from their tokens following our integration with Lazy.com, and new users will find the buying and selling process greatly streamlined.”
This is yet another step up for the WAX blockchain. It won’t move the needle all that much, but it’s a sign that the right conversations are taking place with the right people to move WAX forwards.
Lazy.com hasn’t seen a large amount of adoption thus far, but the premise of being able to showcase the NFTs that you own – no matter the chain they’re on – in a simple and easy way is one that certainly has merit, and will continue to do so as the industry grows.
For you conspiracy theorists out there… Ethereum, Solana, Polygon and Flow are the four blockchains that Instagram recently announced support for. Could WAX be joining them there too?
Coming back to reality, seeing WAX alongside ETH, SOL, MATIC and FLOW makes one thing perfectly clear – WAX is one of the big boys now.