Mila Kunis' Stoner Cats NFTs Banned from Major Marketplaces After SEC Charge

– The Stoner Cats NFT project was co-created by actress Mila Kunis and her production studio, Orchard Farm Productions.

– The project sold Ethereum NFTs that enabled access to a six-episode web series about cartoon cats who get high.

– The creators settled with the SEC over allegations of selling unregistered securities and agreed to pay a $1 million civil fine.

Stoner Cats NFTs are still on the blockchain and in the wallets of holders

– but they can no longer be traded on major marketplaces.

– Some smaller marketplaces, like LooksRare and X2Y2, still have active Stoner Cats NFT listings.

Mila Kunis voiced one of the cats in the Stoner Cats web series

as did her husband Ashton Kutcher and other notable celebrities like comedian Chris Rock, – actress Jane Fonda, and Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin.

as did her husband Ashton Kutcher and other notable celebrities like comedian Chris Rock, – actress Jane Fonda, and Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin.