Renowned investor and entrepreneur Mark Cuban has launched an online platform where users can display the digital art they own. Its description says, "The lazy way to show off your NFTs."

The new project, dubbed, is an online art gallery for NFTs. Users can not only create their own collection on the platform, but also share it on social media. Tens of thousands of users have already visited the website.

"People bought NFTs, they created them, they need a lazy way to show them off," the entrepreneur said.

Mark Cuban is a passionate NFT fan. He wanted to find an easy way to showcase his collection, as well as post the link on his social media, in an email, and anywhere a URL can be pasted.

"People are curious about what other people collect. There wasn't a super-easy way to do it," Cuban explained.

NFT (non-fungible token) is a modern technology based on smart contracts of the blockchain, which assigns the ownership of a certain digital product to a person. Such a token is unique in its characteristics and cannot be replaced.

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Time will also begin accepting cryptocurrency as payment for subscriptions within the next 30 days. The company is also looking for a new Chief Financial Officer (CFO) who will, among other things, work with cryptocurrency.

Analysts point out that the NFTs market has grown tremendously over the past few months. In March, artist Mike Winkelmann, also known as Beeple, sold a collage of all the images he had taken over 5,000 days since 2007 for $69 million.

Other artists such as Grimes and DJ 3LAU also raised between $5 million and $12 million in minutes after auctioning their digital collections. "The NFT market is on fire," the billionaire summed up. "Will be interesting to see what comes next in terms of competition for mindshare and dollars."