Saturday, September 24, 2022

Cannacoin Wallet for iOS and Android

We are pleased to announce that our new mobile wallet is nearly ready for release. The app will be available on iOS and Android, and will have a more robust version for iPad.


The Cannacoin mobile wallet allows you to transact peer-to-peer with your friends list, as well as leave feedback about the people and businesses you deal with. There will also be an easy way to acquire, spend, and hold Cannacoin within the app. You can display your loyalty NFTs there as well.


The merchant app will have added features for businesses including the ability to transfer your Cannacoin at the time of purchase for Tether as well as enhanced reports and analysis utilities

State of the Project

We're so excited to share with you that our mobile wallet is coming soon. It will be available on iOS and Android, and it will have a robust merchant version for iPad. We've been working hard to make sure it's the best way to transact peer-to-peer, earn rewards, and see what businesses are getting into Cannacoin. The app will include features like:


The ability to transfer your Cannacoin at the time of purchase for Tether


Enhanced reporting and analysis utilities for businesses


A ratings system so you can leave feedback about your experiences with any person or store that you deal with


A way to acquire, spend, and hold your Cannacoin very easily within the app as well as display your loyalty NFTs

Sunday, September 18, 2022

What do cannabinoids do to the body?

By: Alexis K. Phillips


The human body naturally produces cannabinoids (or chemical compounds) called endocannabinoids that exist within the brain, muscle, and circulatory system. When the body is out of balance, the cannabinoid receptors (mainly CB1 in the central nervous system and CB2 in the nerve endings) bind to the cannabinoids to regulate the problem. Endocannabinoids maintain homeostasis and control the endocrine system by managing the following: appetite, digestion, sleep, pain, inflammation, mood, adrenals, pituitary gland, learning, memory, and reproduction. 


The cannabis plant is made up of over 100 different cannabinoids, with the most prominent being tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD). THC is psychoactive and known to create euphoria and sedation effects, whereas CBD reduces inflammation and helps with seizures. As THC and CBD react with the body’s cannabinoid receptors, neurotransmitters are released to send messages between cells. 


Combined, both cannabinoids found in marijuana have a wide range of therapeutic benefits beyond the naturally occurring endocannabinoids, treating various conditions such as: posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), epilepsy, anxiety, opioid addiction, pain, glaucoma, HIV/AIDS and cancer symptoms, Tourette Syndrome, sleep problems, nausea, and more.  


References

[1] https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/endocannabinoid#production 

[2] https://adf.org.au/drug-facts/cannabinoids/ 

[3] https://www.healthline.com/health/cbd-vs-thc#psychoactive-components 

[4] https://www.nccih.nih.gov/health/cannabis-marijuana-and-cannabinoids-what-you-need-to-know

Cannacoin Wallet for iOS and Android