Alternate Health announced its CanaPass Blockchain Reporting System will officially launch in Canada targeting the recreational cannabis market, for five potential National Access Cannabis locations in Manitoba.
Alternate Health (CSE:AHG; OTCQB:AHGIF) announced its CanaPass Blockchain Reporting System will officially launch in Canada targeting the recreational cannabis market, for five potential National Access Cannabis (NAC) locations in Manitoba.
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“We are excited to announce our move into Canada’s recreational cannabis market, building on our partnership with National Access Cannabis,” says Dr. Murphy. “Our CanaPass Blockchain system is already Canada’s most advanced medical cannabis regulatory solution and we expect our recreational adaption to be an industry-changing technology as the Canadian government prepares legal cannabis legislation in the summer of 2018.”
Alternate Health launched the CanaPass pilot stage in July 2017 at NAC’s Halifax clinic. During the second phase of rollout in 2017, the CanaPass system launched in every additional NAC location in seven Canadian provinces. Alternate Health and NAC previously signed a Software-as-a-Service agreement whereby the Company’s CanaPass blockchain software is currently powering all NAC clinics and doctor’s offices.