Ukrainian-born actress Mila Kunis isn't a big fan of the Friends With Benefits (FWB) decentralized organization (DAO) as she said in a recent statement that community-driven hub called Blockchain Friends Forever (BFF) is "way cooler than FWB with way less money laundering."
Kunis is one of the vocal supporters of the BFF organization co-founded by Brit Morin and Jaime Schmidt. The group also on-boarded over 50 founding members, including Gwyneth Paltrow and Tyra Banks.
According to the group's roadnap published oon Twitter, BFF plans to use aidropped BFF Friendship Bracelets between the community's members as a pass to "all things BFF & early membership in the community."
Particularly, bracelet holders will get priority access to upcoming NFT drops in partnership with "top emerging artists." Although BFF didn't elaborate on this part, it said that each collection has "distinct vision and utility."
Meanwhile, FWB descirbes itself as a group of cultural creators and maintainers using Web3 tools to build community and foster creative agency. Thenative tokens dubbed FWB allow to collectively own and govern the community endeavors "while sharing the value we create together."