Replacing Cash with Fintech Will Finally Be Possible for an Unexpected Industry

 

In the past in states where cannabis dispensaries are legal to run consumers would have to bring cash or withdraw cash from an onsite ATM to pay for the product. In 2021, cash isn’t the most common way consumers like to carry their money. But soon these dispensaries if legislation were to pass through Congress could start to work with banks to be able to accept payment aside from cash. We talked with Kevin Hart founder and CEO of Green Check Verified, a cannabis banking fintech company about how these dispensaries could effectively utilize fintech in the future.

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