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Helix TCS Inc (OTC: HLIX ) announced this week it has launched a integrated hemp tracking module in the state of Delaware. The company worked with the state to build out a plug-in to the state traceability ...
"At Helix TCS, we have always focused on providing fully compliant, transparent infrastructure solutions to the cannabis industry,” Helix TCS CEO and Executive Chairman Zachary Venegas said in a statement.
Helix TCS Inc (OTC: HLIX) has brought on Garvis Toler III, former Global Head of Capital Markets for the NYSE Group, as its new President of Data Services. Toler's experience and leadership in data services, risk management and capital markets will help Helix expand into new sectors and deliver the most complete suite of products to cannabis businesses. "As we realize our comprehensive data strategy, Garvis' experience and network will be critical in bringing it to fruition. We have previously outlined our full corporate strategy, and will continue to systematically onboard leaders who will drive those initiatives and bring greater scope of critical services to our clients,” Zachary Venegas, Executive Chairman and CEO of Helix TCS, told Benzinga.
Helix TCS Inc. (OTC: HLIX) announced second-quarter results after Wednesday's closing bell. For the first half of its fiscal year, Helix TCS reported revenue of $7.27 million, a 142% increase compared to the first half of 2018. The company added nearly 500 new licensed customers via its software subsidiary, BioTrackTHC.
The Supreme Cannabis Co. (TSX: FIRE) (OTCQX: SPRWF) (FRA: 53S1) and Blissco Cannabis (CSE: BLIS) (OTCQB: HSTRF) (FRA: GQ4B:GR) have entered into an arrangement agreement under which Supreme Cannabis will acquire all of the issued and outstanding common shares of Blissco not already owned by the company by way of a court-approved plan of arrangement under […]The post Cannabis Stock News Daily Roundup May 17 appeared first on Market Exclusive.
In February, the Department of Financial and Administrative Services notified the public of their intent to enter into a contract with one of BioTrackTHC’s competitors without a competitive solicitation process. BioTrackTHC now holds nine government cannabis tracking contracts across eight U.S. states and Puerto Rico.
The legalization of hemp as a result of the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill has turned the product into a good old commodity. With that comes futures and options trades so that farmers can better manage their crops and producers can control their raw costs. A new report from Bank of America Merrill Lynch estimated the potential average annual spend on CBD in the U.S. at $1.9 billion today, but growing to $11.5 billion by 2032.
More than 40 international companies applied to address the assembled investors and industry experts at the Benzinga Cannabis Capital Conference, from major industry players to rapidly growing startups looking to scale in new markets. Targeting the side-effects and complications of pharmaceutical injury treatment, Copeland Biosciences produces CBD and THC topical formulations developed to provide targeted pain management and injury treatment. Founder and CEO Dr. Glenn Copeland said he experienced these side effects firsthand in his career as a sports medicine doctor.
The week brought big cannabis news, with the FDA setting its first hearing regarding CBD's legality in food and drinks for May, and the STATES Act, which aims to protect cannabis businesses and users in legal states from federal intervention, being introduced in Congress. “Many of these combined companies feel they can be stronger competitors if they are bigger players.
Colorado-based Helix TCS (OTCQB: HLIX) announced that its subsidiary BioTrackTHC has extended its cannabis tracking contract with the State of Hawaii. Under the one-year extended contract, BioTrackTHC will continue providing the state with its medical cannabis traceability system. The contract will expire June 30, 2020 – the state might extend the contract next year. BioTrackTHC […]The post Helix TCS Gets Cannabis Tracking Contract Extension with Hawaii appeared first on Market Exclusive.
The illegality of cannabis on a federal level creates many issues for cannabis businesses that prevent them from developing and forces them to incur higher operating costs that are then are carried over to consumers through higher prices. A central issue is the inability of cannabis companies to work with banks. Thousands of businesses are forced to operate with cash only, resulting in many unnecessary difficulties, such as the necessity for enhanced security at dispensaries and hiring specialized businesses to move cash around.
It was another news-filled week in the weed world... Nelson Peltz joined Aurora Cannabis Inc (NYSE: ACB ) as a strategic advisor ; Harvest Health & Recreation Inc (OTC: HRVSF ) acquired Chicago-based Verano ...
Colorado-based Helix TCS (OTCQB: HLIX) has announced that it has installed a medical cannabis traceability system in North Dakota. Tracing Medical Cannabis BioTrackTHC, a Helix TCS cannabis seed-to-sale tracking and point-of-sale subsidiary, worked to set up the medical cannabis traceability system for the North Dakota's state government. The system is designed to track and trace the state's entire medical cannabis supply […]The post Helix TCS Installs Cannabis Traceability Software in North Dakota appeared first on Market Exclusive.
Aurora Cannabis (NYSE: ACB) (TSX: ACB) issued an update on its investment in Choom Holdings (CSE: CHOO), a consumer cannabis company having one of the largest retail networks in Canada. "Choom has demonstrated a strong commitment to rapidly executing its strategic growth plans by developing a sophisticated retail channel across Western Canada while diversifying their […]The post Cannabis Stock News Daily Roundup March 7 appeared first on Market Exclusive.