Weedmaps Partners With MJ Freeway to Provide Real-Time, Online Cannabis Inventory Menus

Weedmaps and MJ Freeway partner

COLORADO: Weedmaps, the oldest and largest technology company in the cannabis space which operates the dispensary, delivery, doctor and deal finder site Weedmaps.com and the media site Marijuana.com, has partnered with industry-leading compliance and seed-to-sale tracking software solution, MJ Freeway, to provide a valuable menu integration for operators to easily display their products to consumers and patients. Operators that manage Read the full article…

High Tech Times For Medical Marijuana In The US

In achieving this within the cannabis industry, an enormous opportunity exists for technologists to both standardize and create proper marketplaces within which to sell raw cannabis, as well as its derivatives.

Medical marijuana is now legal in 23 US states and it has prompted a market for cannabis related apps including those connecting producers with customers, delivery services and review sites. BBC Click‘s Sumi Das reports.

Apple’s Ban On marijuana Social Networking App Goes Up In Smoke

MassRoots first became available through the App Store in 2013, but Apple decided to pull the app last month due to conflicts with company guidelines banning “apps that encourage excessive consumption of alcohol or illegal substances.”

CALIFORNIA: Apple has lightened up on restrictions that once banned cannabis-focused social networking apps from its App Store. The tech giant reversed course Thursday night by making MassRoots, a social network for cannabis lovers, available on the iOS App Store a little over three months after banning the site’s app. MassRoots first became available through the App Read the full article…

Pitching Marijuana Startups Brings New Meaning To High Tech

Since Colorado and Washington first voted to legalize recreational marijuana use in late 2012, the legal cannabis market has grown from $1.5 billion in 2013 to $2.7 billion last year, according to industry estimates. That kind of velocity gets the attention of investors, many of whom focus on tech.

CALIFORNIA: Investing in a social network closely tied to a booming industry sounds great, until Apple kicks the thing you invested in out of the App Store because the platform is all about marijuana. It’s one of the many things that can happen when two of the fastest growing industries in America come together, as is Read the full article…

Marijuana Delivery Startups Are Ready. The U.S. Government Is Not.

With new laws regulating the medical marijuana industry in Washington set to pass on Friday, pot entrepreneurs are re-thinking their business plans.

WASHINGTON: Canary, a new startup that offers on-demand marijuana delivery, recently launched with the tagline “Prohibition is over.” The startup’s webpage advertises 24/7 availability for pot in Colorado and Washington, where state legislatures recently legalized the sale of recreational marijuana. The site teases a sleek, simple app for ordering, available for both iPhone and Android devices; knowledgeable Read the full article…