Major NFT Marketplaces Remove Mila Kunis’ Stoner Cats Following SEC Charges

Source: Stoner Cats / Twitter

Major NFT marketplaces, including OpenSeaBlur, and Rarible, have taken down the Stoner Cats NFT project following charges filed by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)

The Stoner Cats NFTs, initially sold in 2021, have been available for trading across almost all major NFT trading platforms. 

However, as of now, OpenSea and Blur no longer display any active listings for Stoner Cats NFTs, while Rarible has removed the project from its site entirely.

OpenSea still maintains the project page, but the marketplace has reportedly confirmed that Stoner Cats NFTs can no longer be bought, sold, or transferred through their platform. 

OpenSea’s Community Standards page explains that project pages are kept online even if trading is disabled since the site also serves as a blockchain explorer for NFTs.

On Rarible, the Stoner Cats collection has been hidden entirely and is no longer visible to the public. 

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