BLOCKStrain Hits Key Technology Milestones as Legalization Nears

BLOCKStrain Technology displays the interface for their newly developed software solution for cannabis growers and breeders. The BLOCKStrain platform cuts the administrative overhead in half for arranging Quality Control or genetic testing of cannabis, while at the same time creating an immutable database that helps preserve the genetic intellectual property of strains for growers and breeders. (CNW Group/BLOCKStrain Technology Corp.)

With Canada less than 100 days away from legal retail cannabis sales, BLOCKStrain Technology Corp. (“BLOCKStrain”) (TSXV:DNAX) has announced it has completed key technology milestones as it prepares to launch its much-anticipated proprietary enterprise software platform.

BLOCKStrain Technology displays the interface for their newly developed software solution for cannabis growers and breeders. The BLOCKStrain platform cuts the administrative overhead in half for arranging Quality Control or genetic testing of cannabis, while at the same time creating an immutable database that helps preserve the genetic intellectual property of strains for growers and breeders. (CNW Group/BLOCKStrain Technology Corp.)

Earlier this week, as the 100-day legal-cannabis clock officially began counting down to Oct. 17, Tommy Stephenson, BLOCKStrain’s Chief Technology Officer, revealed that his development team has finalized major features, including the “Network & Collaboration” component, which is a central technology for all parties throughout the cannabis chain of custody.

Stephenson also announced that BLOCKStrain’s product team has assembled a concise on-boarding package and documentation to help jumpstart Licensed Producers (LPs) and testing partners to begin implementation of BLOCKStrain’s integrated end-to-end cannabis tracking system.

“Getting the on-boarding process protocols completed was mission critical,” Stephenson said. “This milestone opens the floodgates for the whole ecosystem we have designed. BLOCKStrain’s partners – LPs, testing facilities, labs – can now quickly and efficiently link into our integrated platform without disturbing their core business processes.”

The “Network & Collaboration” feature allows all BLOCKStrain partners throughout the chain of custody to log into one central system, making it easy for everyone to share and collaborate while securing information with different access rights and permissions.

Stephenson also announced technical milestones in these key areas:

The “Strain-Verification Booking” feature which allows cultivators and LPs to use an intuitive process for submitting multiple testing types such as genetic, microbiological and chemistry testing. BLOCKStrain’s integrated system synchs with testing protocols required by government and regulatory bodies.
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