CANNABIS CULTURE – This “green rush” has grown to incorporate more than 600 publicly traded marijuana companies, eager to get their products out there and capitalize on this growing, exciting and lucrative industry.
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A new blockchain startup, Smoke Network, is launching that hopes to create a safer alternative to legal cannabis businesses who are regularly targeted by large social media networks. Cannabis businesses and communities have been targeted and banned without warning for years with no show of remorse from social media giants such as Facebook who continueRead More
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