BLOCKStrain Technology Corp. (TSX-V: SR.H) is “One to Watch”

Tracking global cannabis strain IPs through identification, registration and verification from genome to sale through a secure, proprietary blockchain technology platform Comprehensive, community-driven cannabis genetics archival platform BLOCKStrain combines traditional cannabis culture with modern cryptocurrency technology, compensating and rewarding those who contribute Multiple monetization channels, including strain/genetics registration, ongoing certification, strain marketplace/licensing, tracking/transactions and big data/deep learning Global cannabis market projected to reach $31.4 billion by 2021

BLOCKStrain Technology Corp. (TSX.V: SR.H), a full-service software company headquartered in Vancouver, BC, Canada, has developed the first integrated blockchain platform that registers and tracks cannabis intellectual property (“IP”) from genome to sale. It is proprietary, immutable and cryptographically secure, thereby establishing a single source of truth for cannabis strains and their ownership.

With Canada set to legalize marijuana use for recreational purposes, and other jurisdictions following suit around the world, new challenges will emerge regarding the ability to provide a safe and legal inventory of a product that up until now was largely only available on the…

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