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WA cannabis firms may be without seed-to-sale system until 2018

25 Oct WA cannabis firms may be without seed-to-sale system until 2018

Marijuana businesses in Washington state may have to record their business transactions manually for at least two months because the state will lack a working seed-to-sale tracking system, thanks to a delay in getting a new platform online. The Washington State Liquor and Control Board has announced that Leaf Data Systems – Denver-based MJ Freeway’s seed-to-sale tracking program – won’t go live until Jan. 1. That’s two months after BioTrackTHC’s current contract ends with the state. The BioTrackTHC seed-to-sale platform is scheduled to go offline Oct. 31. The potential two-month service gap is partially the result of the ... WA cannabis firms may be without seed-to-sale system until 2018 is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs

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