Online Ordering Platforms Find Renewed Purpose During Pandemic
Social distancing edicts and general consumer anxiety are changing the way consumers obtain their cannabis supplies.
Long gone are the days of cannabis farmers scribbling illegible notes on stained notepads in the grow room. Today there is a growing marketplace of community-driven, expert-developed grow applications for mobile devices. Now, thanks to recent advancements in cloud-based technology, and our increasing obsession with mobile technologies, a cultivator can see everything they need to know about their crop all in one place.
Quality control protocols, onboarding policies, standard operating procedures... Getting into the cannabis sector wasn't supposed to be about pushing paperwork; it was supposed to be about growing premium crops. How did it become a bureaucratic nightmare?
What are the latest promising apps in the marijuana business? How do users and cannabis enthusiasts feel about these new technologies? Will new apps like Uppy, the cannabis health monitor app, move the industry even closer to mass adoption? Let’s explore.
While consumer demand and transactions within the online cannabis industry continue to experience exponential growth, there are several challenges cannabis businesses are facing on online platforms. CannabisTech spoke with Goran Temkov, Director of Chronic Games Limited, the studio behind CryptoChronic about the solutions his team is offering.
The passage of the 2018 Farm Bill last October was supposed to make it easier, not harder, for hemp-based companies to do business. So why have hemp producers and retailers watched their banking services fall like flies in recent months?