Typically, Cuban has underutilized his names. Democracy.com redirects to a sporadically updated blog, and both Outbound.com and Deficit.com redirect visitors to Cuban’s Amazon store.
However, the Shark Tank personality is now putting at least one domain to use, by developing Lazy.com into what’s due to be a digital art gallery for NFTs.
Cuban tweeted that Lazy.com is “the lazy way to create and show a gallery of your own NFTs.” NFTs are non-fungible tokens, which have taken off recently.
It’s the lazy way to create and show a gallery of your own NFTs. Everyone else tries to be social and complicated. We are personal and lazy. Sign up. Get your https://t.co/Vo3x4SmegJ url. Post it in your bio, send to friends. Tweet it. https://t.co/5cDwYK15Pt is easy https://t.co/mnVucRYoNZ
— Mark Cuban (@mcuban) March 25, 2021
Lazy.com was acquired by Cuban’s company in late 2013 for an undisclosed fee, although the domain previously sold at Sedo for $152,501 back in 2007. As with many of Cuban’s domains, Lazy.com previously redirected visitors to the Mark Cuban online store.