MassRoots, a finalist for the Extreme Tech Challenge, will present at the Shoppers Electronics Present(CES) on Friday, January 8th, 2016. MassRoots, of course, has changed the way cannabis enthusiasts connect. The platform has amassed 675,000 users and is well on its way to scoring one million if the trend continues.
Presently 18 states now have set limits on cannabis levels of intoxication while driving. Toxicology results, however, take several weeks. With cannabis becoming more and more socially acceptable, a breathalyzer is inevitable.
Last week Marijuana Investor News announced the launch of California's fist cannabis company incubator in Oakland. The Gateway Incubator is backed by MJIC Inc. The firm will host a VIP open house December 4th as well as a public startup showcase December 5th.
Meet the pre-loaded, disposable vaporizer. Attendees at the Marijuana Business Conference & Expo in Las Vegas were the first to try Jimi Hendrix “Hazesticks”. Hazesticks was created by Jimi Hendrix's brother Leon Hendrix.
Meadow, the Y Combinator-backed enterprise, was one of the first delivery apps to hit the cannabis market. Meadow was touted as a direct-to-consumer product. Meadow's new platform is a software suite formulated for the modern dispensary enterprise- and helping dispensary owners get a head start on the new regulations for California.
After a U.S. Justice Department ruling last year, Native tribes are cashing in on their right to govern themselves on tribal grounds. Tuesday members of the Seneca Nation in New York approved a referendum opening the door for regulations over the the manufacturing and distribution of cannabis. It's only the latest Native American tribe to cash in on the green rush.
Green Labs in Denver is the first cannabis-related workspace in the United States where startups work together in a communal area. The Green Labs founders believe that working in a cohabitation with other startups is the wave of the future.
As a dispensary owner, B-Real is now giving advice to aspiring cannabis entrepreneurs. "There's a lot of opportunities right now," he said. "It's just picking the right ones that you know that can make work and that make sense. And that you're actually dealing with the compassion side of it and not just in it for the dollar.
Married wives Karen Paull and Wendy Robbins are filming Season 2 of The Marijuana Show, a game show where 11 cannabis startups compete for a $10 million investment. The Denver, Colorado show is scheduled to air online in early 2016.
Located inside the Twitter building in San Francisco, hundreds of tech and cannabis startups recently competed at the latest @420 Pitch event. @420 Pitch is a Shark Tank-type competition sponsored by the WeedClub, a professional network for cannabis.