We now support lazy mints from the popular OpenSea Shared Storefront contracts on Ethereum and Polygon.
The contract addresses are
polygon.0x2953399124f0cbb46d2cbacd8a89cf0599974963. To learn more lazy mints, check out this blog post on the OpenSea website:
NFTs that have been lazy minted but don't have an on-chain sale or transfer yet will show up as
lazy-minted status on the NFT response. Once there is an on-chain event, this will switch to
minted status like normal NFTs.
By default, lazy mint events are excluded from the Sales & Transfers endpoints, but you can opt-in by using the
include_lazy_mints=1 flag to get these entries alongside normal mint, transfer, sale, and burn events. Note that they will not have a block number, since they are not associated with a block.
As of this change log post, we have the last 6 months of lazy mints loaded, with the remaining items in the process of backfilling.