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A new cannabis-backed cryptocurrency hopes to prove that a digital currency designed for social impact can solve real-world problems. The Cannabium marijuana-backed token, which trades like Bitcoin, hopes to be the “first-ever financial contract that you can buy, trade and redeem to get physical CBD,” according to its acting chief executive, Nachshol Cohen. Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of at least 113 active chemical compounds identified in cannabis. These cannabis tokens are a global initiative. Canada-based Tokenopoly will provide the software and the CBD is to be produced in Colombia using Israeli agriculture technology. Set for an Initial Coin Offering (ICO) privately
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California’s new cannabis industry is valued at $7 billion. With such a large green pie on the table, it’s no surprise that legal marijuana comes with a dizzying amount of red tape. Many farmers and business owners are still learning what permits they need and which regulations to follow as the ink dries on the page. In this climate of cultural change, legal ambiguity is rampant; the federal government maintains a stalwart (and occasionally threatening) attitude toward cannabis. In 2018, opening a cannabis business is roughly akin to a scavenger hunt with clues written in invisible ink. Success is far from guaranteed, and
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At the CannaTech cannabis innovation conference in Tel Aviv this week, medical marijuana activists and business leaders voiced their disappointment with the Israeli government’s move to block medical cannabis exports. “The government is missing out on a massive opportunity to become the world leader ,” Saul Kaye, CEO of CannaTech and ICAN Israel, said in a press conference. “This is a mature, robust R&D-focused opportunity that is looking to globalize. So, if the government misses out, we’ll all end up working in Slovenia.” Reports show the global market for medical marijuana could reach $50 billion by 2025. Initially,
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