Friday, January 15, 2021
Cannacoin was developed for use in the cannabis industry by grower, processor, retailer, and consumer as a unit of account, a medium of exchange, and a store of value for cannabis. Because cannabis is still illegal on a federal level in the United States, cannabis businesses are unable to open business bank accounts and can only operate on a "cash only" basis. This is very inconvenient and also very dangerous. Cannacoin and more specifically our "CannaPay" system removes the danger of having large amounts of cash on hand and adds a layer of convenience to the process of exchange.
You have probably heard of Bitcoin, right? You probably wouldn't be here if not for Bitcoin. Bitcoin is a new form of digital electronic money called "cryptocurrency" for use by anyone, anywhere, anonymously, and inexpensively over the web. Cannacoin is a cryptocurrency similar to Bitcoin that was deployed in 2014. It is in a class of cryptocurrencies known as "altcoins" which mean "alternative to Bitcoin". Altcoins generally cater to a "niche" market in some way or another and Cannacoin is no different. Someday, Bitcoin will be too precious to spend so we need Cannacoin for liquidity. Cannacoin was designed by hand with love by two twin brothers who were also operating a highly successful online medical cannabis forum here in the Pacific Northwest known as "NWGT.org" or "Northwest Green Thumb". NWGT.org spawned from a simple CL encounter to over 20,000 members at its height. What it spawned is one of the most important contributions to the world of cannabis today. Although it was not received well in the beginning, time has shown us that cryptocurrency is the future and we are proud to be involved in its birth.
My trademark application got approved and I now officially own the term "CANNACOIN". I'm so happy and excited now we can opera...
Here is the download link for the Cannacoin wallet for windows... Click here to download Cannacoin Wallet for Windows.
While cannabis is widely accepted worldwide by most adults, there are still a lot of concerns about incorporating cannabis into our current ...