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Lazy Lions releases Lazy Cubs NFT series

Lazy Lions releases Lazy Cubs NFT series

The third and biggest NFT series from the Lazy Lions team is on the horizon. The Lazy Cubs NFT series is ready to announce on 18 May 2022, and the Lions are very excited.

How to get the Lazy Cubs

The Lazy Lions series began last year with 10,000 PFP series. After that, they added a bit over 10,000 Lazy Lions houses to the ecosystem. Currently, the Lazy Cubs series will have over 20,000 NFTs entering the private island of Lazy Lions. This is an ideal chance to expand their powerful community.

The initial recipients of the Lazy Cubs are lazy Lions owners, that will receive a free cub via an airdrop. This snapshot is supposed to be early May 18. Thus you still have time to get a tap from the secondary market. After the airdrop, a Dutch Auction will be held in which 10,000 cubs at 0.5 ETH will be accessible. The auction will begin at 10 am PT and stay open for 8 hours. The low price is 0.25 ETH is set to be fair to those in the allowlist.

At 10pm PT, 2000 Lazy Cubs will be accessible for the 2000 participants on the Allowlist. The price of the mint is set at 0.2 ETH. They will have 12 hours to mint their cubs to the public before the opening. Moreover, the team only revealed a last minute allowlist for another 1000 people. This will increase the total number of allowlist points to 3000. Eventually, on May 19, at 10 a.m. PT, the public can purchase the remainder for 0.25 ETH.

If you missed it, check out this comprehensive introduction to the Lazy Lions NFT project. The Lazy Cubs will be a great addition to your private island.

About Nicolle

She is an Indian Freelance writer. She loves thinking, learning, and writing about all things Web3.

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