Lazy Lions Celebrate Their 1st Birthday and Hitting the $100M Mark

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Lazy Lions, a large NFT collection, are celebrating their 1st birthday in the perfect way, by hitting the $100 million volume traded mark for their collection. Now, they are officially the 58th top NFT collection of all time and find themselves among the top 30 for PFP collections specifically.

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Lazy Lions celebrated their first birthday with a historical milestone.

The History of Lazy Lions

Lazy Lions has often been classed as one of the top projects in the space. With a solid team, fanbase and roadmap, they have been recognized by top publications such as The Guardian, Yahoo Finance, and of course, NFT Evening.

The collection was initially minted in August of 2021 for a mint price of 0.05 ETH. It sold out in a time period of 5 hours. The floor price currently sits at 0.42 ETH, reaching highs of over 3.5 ETH during the bull market. Certainly, those who missed out on minting would surely regret it now.

The collection’s fanbase is huge, with 140,000 members on their Discord, 100,000 Twitter followers, and over 5,000 holders.

Beyond this, Lazy Lions have been one of the standout collections on the Instagram platform, utilizing it often to share news, holders’ stories and partnership announcements. They have gained over 21,000 followers there, too.

Reaching the $100M milestone

In celebration of reaching this historic milestone, the project’s CEO and co-founder, Ashur, said: “30,000 ETH traded. What a milestone. 59th on the OpenSea all-time top list (that includes every NFT created, even games)… and we’re just getting started. #LazyLions.”

The company also added to their Instagram feed, saying: “It’s been one hell of a year #LazyLions #Roar.”

Lions hope to build further past this mark and are seeing their community-building expertise in real life. Particularly, through the forms of Lazy Lions-inspired street art in LA, Melbourne, and Austin. With key partnerships, a strong and thriving community, and an engaging roadmap, the Lazy Lions community certainly looks to be one of the loudest, and most active voices on Twitter and Instagram.

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