Cool Cats NFT, a leading non-fungible token (NFT) platform, announced today that co-founder Evan Luza will be stepping back from his role as advisor.
In a statement released by the company, Luza cited personal reasons for his decision to resign. “After much consideration, I have decided to step back from my role as advisor at Cool Cats NFT to focus on my personal life and future endeavors,” said Luza. “I am grateful for the opportunity to have been a part of such a innovative and exciting company, and I will always be a supporter of the NFT industry.”
Luza co-founded Cool Cats NFT in 2019 with business partner Jake Thompson. Since its inception, the company has become a major player in the NFT space, showcasing unique and one-of-a-kind digital art from artists all over the world.
“Evan has been an integral part of Cool Cats NFT from the very beginning,” said Thompson. “While we will miss his contributions, we fully support his decision to prioritize his personal life. He will always be a valued member of the Cool Cats NFT family.”
The company did not announce a replacement for Luza’s position as advisor. However, Cool Cats NFT assured its customers and fans that it will continue to operate as usual and is committed to bringing the best NFT experiences to its community.
The NFT market has exploded in recent months, with celebrities, artists, and even sports teams getting in on the action. It remains to be seen how Luza’s departure will impact Cool Cats NFT, but the company is confident it will continue to thrive in the competitive world of NFTs.