NetworkNewsBreaks – BLOCKStrain Technology Corp. (TSX.V: DNAX) (OTC: BKKSF) Revolutionizes Visibility, IP Protection in the Cannabis Supply Chain

BLOCKStrain Technology Corp. (TSX.V: DNAX) (OTC: BKKSF), through its easily integrated BLOCKStrain platform, enables cannabis growers to defend their intellectual property rights with an authentic, verifiable chain of evidence embedded in the blockchain from genome to sale. A recent article discussing the company reads: “That’s where BLOCKStrain’s platform comes in by providing a gene-registration defense of intellectual property rights and establishing historical proof of ownership. That’s huge for cannabis growers seeking to develop their own brands for an increasingly astute and knowledgeable base of loyal consumers. The authenticity of a particular cannabis strain is followed from genome to sale, providing reliable, transparent cannabis supply chain tracking via BLOCKStrain’s unique platform.”

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About BLOCKStrain Technology Corp.

BLOCKStrain Technology Corp. has developed the first integrated blockchain platform that registers and tracks intellectual property for the cannabis industry. Strain protection and genetic identification are major issues for growers and breeders, and this new technology allows them to identify and secure rights to their valuable intellectual property. The BLOCKStrain platform also streamlines the administrative process of genetic and mandatory quality-control testing for legal cannabis. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.BLOCKStrain.io.

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