With blockchain baby, AID:Tech partnered with PharmAccess to get donations to pregnant women in Tanzania — and they use the blockchain ledger to track the women's health progress. Sounds great, though the details feel potentially creepy — depending on the implementation, there are valid privacy questions for those on the receiving end of AID:Tech's blockchain benevolence. "Every pregnant woman is provided with a digital ID, which tells anyone that accesses the platform that they need pregnancy vitamins," explained press. "It also records the woman's progress on the blockchain, logging every medical record from the first doctor's appointment to the day the baby is born."
Ontario to sell pot online in fall, in private stores next year
Recreational cannabis will be sold online in Ontario when legalized this fall and in private retail stores across the province early next year, the government announced Monday, reversing the previous administration's plan to distribute cannabis through publicly owned outlets.
Cannabis firms and crypto companies are more intertwined than you probably think
Cannabis companies have been making headlines for hitting record sales almost every month.
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