Industry News

  • C4Ever Featured In: Growing Number of Banks & Credit Unions Catering to Cannabis Industry, But Challenges Remain

    The lack of access to traditional banking services is a constant concern in the cannabis world, but the narrative is finally starting to change. An increasing number of banks and credit unions have opened their doors to the industry or are preparing to provide services to medical and recreational shops, growers and other types of cannabis […]

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  • C4EverSystems a Featured Exhibitor at 3rd Annual Marijuana Business Conference & Expo in Las Vegas November 12-14th

    C4EverSystems will be a featured exhibitor at the 3rd Annual Marijuana Business Conference & Expo, America’s oldest and largest cannabis industry trade show, to be held November 12-14 in Las Vegas. The business-only event will draw more than 1,500 industry leaders from more than 30 states and 10 countries. C4EverSystems announced today it will be […]

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  • Kiosk Connects Cannabis Cash to Banks

    Last week, on June 24-25, Denver’s Cannabis Business Summit let “ganjapreneurs” pitch cannabis-related goods and services to investors, cultivators and dispensaries. Some ideas on display were more industrial than others, but one idea in particular had dispensaries and banks in mind so they may “see forever” with a system that tracks cannabis purchases and related financial transactions. […]

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  • C4EverSystems Announces the End to Banking Prohibition

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  • Tie-dyed no more: At Colorado summit, pot industry is serious business

      DENVER — Those expecting to find hippies in tie-dyed T-shirts at the inaugural National Cannabis Industry Association’s Cannabis Business Summit last week were in for a rude awakening. More than 1,000 attendees wearing button-down collars and ties gathered at the Colorado Convention Center for a two-day confab to discuss regulations, banking, product lines, insurance, energy efficiency, […]

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  • Securing cash and drug: the other side of Nevada’s pot business

    Lenny Davis spent much of his 31-year career in law enforcement busting down doors to confiscate illicit marijuana and piles of drug money. Some of the dealers he locked up are still in prison. Phil Gervasi busted drug dealers as an officer with the New York City Police Department, and spent 17 years with the […]

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  • Pot Payment Kiosks Cropping Up Like Weeds

    The continuing push toward legalization of marijuana for both recreational and medicinal purposes is creating new business opportunities for kiosk vendors. Colorado and Washington State recently legalized cannabis for recreational use, after having previously legalilzed medical use, and 18 other states plus Washington D.C. allow medical marijuana prescriptions. Several other states are considering legalizing medical […]

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  • Cannabis Kiosk Enters Beta Testing

    Another marijuana payment kiosk is sprouting up. Free Agrisoft payment kiosks will be beta tested in a limited number of cannabis dispensaries soon, and the company is inviting dispensaries to apply for them now, according to an announcement from Kansas City, Mo.-based Agrisoft Development Group. The company is partnering with C4EverSystems LLC to integrate Agrisoft […]

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  • For Colorado Pot Dealers, Mo’ Money Means Mo’ Problems

    The Obama administration claims they’ve relaxed the rules when it comes to banks doing business with Colorado dispensary owners. But dispensaries aren’t seeing that change yet. Fusion’s Mitchell Williams spoke with industry insiders who say that without a place to stash their cash, dispensary owners could soon become targets.

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  • Kiosks Created For Marijuana Sellers To Use In Lieu Of Banks

    A cash-payment kiosk system for marijuana sales has been developed by Kansas City, Mo.-based software company Agrisoft and C4EverSystems LLC, according to a report in the Kansas City BusinessJournal. The system is meant to address the fact that most banks refuse to do business with marijuana sellers, even in states where it is legal, leaving […]

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