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Last Week’s Top Cannabis Stock Winners And May’s Stocks To Watch

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Medicinal and recreational cannabis continues to spur investment in marijuana-based pharmaceuticals.

Several publicly traded cannabis stocks gained more than 5% this past week, some of which have market capitalizations exceeding $50 million, according to Investopedia. The Solactive North American Medical Marijuana Index, which tracks the medical marijuana sector, gained 1.5% for the week.

Cannabis stocks also trade on other exchanges, such as the New York Stock Exchange, Nasdaq and over the counter.

Following are last week’s five top performers, followed by a list of four cannabis stocks to watch for the month of May.

Insys Therapeutics Inc., Nasdaq: INSY

Insys Therapeutics, a Chandler, Arizona-based specialty pharmaceutical company, was one of the week’s top performers, gaining more than 11%. The stock was boosted by Wednesday’s announcement that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the Syndros product label. Syndros, the company’s lead product, is a liquid, oral dronabinol (synthetic THC) solution for treating nausea that is chemotherapy induced, and for treating anorexia related to AIDS. The approval means the company can now market the product commercially.

Insys Therapeutics, Inc. also markets Subsys, a sublingual fentanyl spray for cancer pain in opioid-tolerant cancer patients in the U.S.

The company is also developing Cannabidiol Oral Solution, a synthetic cannabidiol for catastrophic epilepsy syndromes in children. It is also developing other products, such as dronabinol line extensions and sublingual spray products.

Insys has posted flat revenues for the last three years, but its operating income fell at the end of 2016 as the company invested more in research. Gross profit has improved over the last three years.

Insys did not post the biggest gain in the past week, but it is the only one of this week’s top five winners that is also listed on Investopedia’s cannabis stocks to watch for March.

Marapharm Ventures Inc., OTC: MRPHF

Marapharm Ventures Inc., a Kelowna, Canada-based medical marijuana company, gained more than 40% this week after the company announced on Tuesday it will apply for a recreational marijuana license in Nevada. The following day, the company received approval for building permits for modular structures. On Thursday, the company announced that Nevada gave final approval to grow and sell cannabis.

Formerly known as Capital Auction Market Inc., the company serves the medical and recreational marijuana industry in Canada and the U.S.

Marapharm applied to Health Canada for a production and sales license three years ago and has passed the necessary security clearances, according to the Daily Marijuana Observer. The application is currently in the screening process. Health Canada advised the company in September it seeks to amend its application to allow for new regulations.

Marapharm’s common shares are traded in Canada under the MDM symbol and in the U.S. and on the Canadian Securities Exchange under the symbol MRPHF on the OTC. In Europe, it trades under the symbol 2M0 on the FSE.

MMJ Phytotech Ltd., ASX: MMJ

MMJ Phytotech Ltd., trading on the Australian Stock Exchange, gained more than 5% for the week, closing at $0.365 AUD Friday. Australia is developing its own medical marijuana program after legalizing it in November of 2016. MMJ is one of several ASX listed cannabis companies.

Shares of Australian companies involved in the production and research of medicinal marijuana have soared more than 130 percent on average in Sydney this year, exceeding the growth rate of peers in the U.S. and Canada by six times, according to Bloomberg. The surge was also sparked by the country easing restrictions on cannabis imports to treat illnesses from cancer to epilepsy.

MMJ Phytotech has focused on becoming a direct supplier to the growing Canadian recreational and medical and markets, which are estimated to have a combined value of C$8 to C$9 billion by 2024.

MMJ holds one of 41 licenses issued by Health Canada.

The company controls operations across the complete medicinal cannabis value chain through three business units.

Tetra Bio-Pharma Inc., OTC: TBPMF

Tetra Bio-Pharma saw shares jump more than 20% for the week. One factor was an agreement signed Wednesday with Panag Pharma to develop and commercialize a pair of cannabinoid based formulations for treating pain and inflammation.

The filing of a patent in ocular disease combined with the patents from Panag in the ocular space indicates strong revenue potential, according to the company.

Tetra Bio-Pharma will have exclusive access to sell the topical and ocular drug in North America with the right of first negotiation outside the U.S. and Canada. The company will also have the right of first negotiation for future cannabinoid-based products.

Tetra Bio-Pharma will work with Panag to ensure a successful development leading to marketing authorization. Panag will continue to focus on the development of new products for unmet medical needs while Tetra will take the lead in commercializing the products.

Zynerba Pharmaceuticals Inc., Nasdaq: ZYNE

Zynerba Pharmaceuticals Inc., another player in the cannabinoid space, finished the week with about a 5% gain.

The company develops and markets synthetic cannabinoid therapeutics for transdermal delivery. The products address the symptoms of patients with fibromyalgia, epilepsy, peripheral neuropathic pain, osteoarthritis and Fragile X syndrome.

Zynerba is developing ZYN001 and ZYN002, the first being a THC pro-drug patch that provides transdermal THC delivery for fibromyalgia and peripheral neuropathic pain, the second being a synthetic CBD gel that provides transdermal, non-psychoactive CBD delivery for osteoarthritis, epilepsy and Fragile X syndrome.

Top four cannabis stocks to watch in May.

1. AbbVie Inc. (ABBV)

AbbVIe is a pharmaceutical company that already has a cannabis-based drug on the market. The FDA approved Marinol, a drug that helps alleviate vomiting or nausea for chemotherapy patients. It also helps AIDS patients who have lost their desire to eat.

ABBV has increased revenues for the past four years. Its operating income has also steadily increased.

AbbVie concentrates almost exclusively on U.S. markets, which represents some degree of risk. Most pharmaceuticals market globally. Should the domestic market falter, ABBV could see a drop in value.

2. Scott’s Miracle-Gro Company, SMG

Known for its lawn and garden products, Scotts Miracle-Gro is developing products for cannabis growers, including pesticides for use on marijuana plants. The products can be used to grow medicinal marijuana.

The stock has experienced a sideways pattern since December 2016. Should the stock find support at its 200-day moving average, recovery is possible.

Revenues surged in the quarter ended April 1, 2017, as did the company’s income. But given the drop in price recently, this could be a stock to watch rather than buy for the time being.

3. Corbus Pharmaceuticals, CRBP

Corbus Pharmaceuticals stock has been up and down over the past year. The company’s marijuana-based drugs are in clinical trials. Resunab, designed to treat sclerosis, has shown promising trials.

The stock tends to dip right before trial results are announced, then rally when results are positive. The company is currently testing Resunab for treating cystic fibrosis. The pessimism/optimism pattern will continue as this drug is tested yet again.

The company has posted negative operating income, with revenues close to zero. It relies on the success of a single drug.

4. Insys Therapeutics Inc. Nasdaq, INSY

Insys Therapeutics is the only one of the cannabis stocks to watch that was listed among last week’s top gainers.

As investors sober up about the marijuana craze, the reality of using it in medicines will set in. Like other sources for drugs, cannabis offers positive prospects and some failures.

The drop in share price for some cannabis stocks indicates the companies have to deliver soon on the promise of medical cannabis.

Investors are advised not to act based on enthusiasm for marijuana, and to pay attention to drug trial results.

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  1. jolly648

    May 29, 2017 at 4:01 pm

    Lester, what do you think of Aphira and Aurora Cannabis?

  2. Sfinance1966

    June 7, 2017 at 11:10 am

    Are these stock recommendations to be traded within the month or are they also long term holds? Differentiating the trade type would be useful.
    These seem great for inclusion into my pension if they are suitable to hold for the long term.

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The Internet of Shopping: Blockchain Solutions to Consumer-Retail Challenges

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It’s possible that blockchain, as a disruptive tool for innovation, will successfully shake-up and improve upon the existing hegemony seen in consumer retail. We have already seen this happen in many other areas, like traditional finance.

Projects such as Ethereum stand testament to the fact that blockchain has far surpassed its original use-case (as a decentralized payment solution).

Furthermore, developments around the nascent technology are proceeding at remarkable speeds for the consumer market – at varying levels of accomplishment.

We would like to take this opportunity to further explore some of the more prominent examples, what their goals are, and how their teams seek to achieve them to give you an enhanced perspective on what we can expect in the future.

BC / AD: Before Cryptocurrency / Anno Decentralization (A Prologue)


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Consumerism and retail shopping have long been a cornerstone of modern civilization: with tangible benefits that apply to society, politics and the economy.

One of the greatest epitomes of this growth was reached in tandem with the growth of early commercial internet technology, through to Web 2.0.

Many new market leaders rose from the ashes of the burst dot-com bubble, as well as the Western economic recession of the early 2000s. All under the banner of ‘e-commerce’

Since then, we have arguably seen a stagnation in the traditional retail shopping sector. Brick-and-mortar stores are in constant decline in many areas of the Western world, as well as shopping malls closing down throughout the USA (dubbed by some the ‘Western Retail Apocalypse’).

Amazon currently possess 41% of US e-commerce retail sales, according to Statista. A number which is projected to increase to 50% by the year 2021.

1. Blockchain for the Unbanked and Borderless Payments

According to the data from The World Bank’s Financial Inclusion Database (or ‘Findex’) 1.7 billion adults were recorded to have been ‘unbanked’.

‘Unbanked’ denotes individuals who do not have access to traditional financial services, for the most part living in developing countries. The largest of these is China (225 Million), closely followed by India (190 Million).

Banking institutions have demarcated the differences of opportunity and accessibility between classes – both domestically and between the ‘first’ and ‘third’ worlds. They have also acted as gatekeepers to a broad range of valuable services and functions: such as international payment transactions, and currency conversions.

Being without a traditional centralized bank doesn’t have to mean you are ‘unbanked’ however, as blockchain and digital banking providers are proving. These populations alone provide a massive use case.

Shops, service providers, and many other possibilities have been left wide open, and we’ve already seen some examples of organizations attempting to resolve this issue….

Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin for example are a cheap and fast means to send money and furthermore, allows for those ‘unbanked’ to access digital consumer markets with ease.

IBM is another organization responsible for a unique solution to the issues of the ‘unbanked’ seeking to send cross-border payments by using peer-to-peer (P2P) blockchain technology.

Travelers and migrants are a great example of the potential beneficiaries for this type of project. This is because making international payments in developing countries can often be error-prone, costly with transactions in different currencies – requiring multiple-intermediaries to process them over days or sometimes even weeks

2. Shopping Loyalty Programs, by way of Blockchain.

Loyalty rewards programs have existed for a long time as a means of attracting a greater level of sales and custom in a repeat manner, as well as for the gathering and interpretation of shopping data to provide insights and historical data analytics.


Image Source: Deloitte Center for Financial Services – ‘Making blockchain real for customer loyalty rewards programs’. 2016.

Their age is telling however, as the lack of development on this front regarding the benefits offered to both users and program providers has remained somewhat static for a long time now, with little in the way of improvement or progress.

It has become a burgeoning issue, that these types of programs are perceived as unfulfilling to many, with a high level of market penetration when considering the percentage of households enrolled – however a low number of overall utilization of the points or cards by said households.

There are a number of interesting platforms which claim to provide a solution to this issue, which include some which we have covered ourselves in great detail before (see our review of Eligma for example), as well as others we would like to discuss more in the near future.

One of the latest of these is Gabrotech, which positions itself as a 6-in-1 solution. Its user-centric and comes with a multi-currency crypto wallet that offers seamless P2P transfers, and loyalty redemption capabilities among others.

The platform has a multi-currency conversion engine (MCCE) that allows for borderless payments in any place that accepts MasterCard. It utilizes a liquidity pool that converts ‘any supported blockchain asset to the appropriate fiat currency at market value in real-time’.

This brings empowerment to the swathes of unbanked peoples, representing a breakthrough moment for a gigantic population of the world.


Source: Presentation by Pani Baruri, ‘Blockchain Powered Financial Inclusion’

Gabro’s core strength lies within its token Gabro (GBO). It’s a utility token solely designed to work within its ecosystem. Users are rewarded with GBO through spending, conversion or friend referrals.

Through its Loyalty Central feature, it removes the requirement for multiple accounts to manage multiple loyalty programs and allows for the simple swapping and consolidation of loyalty points. This will allow for idle and / or lower credited programs to be topped up and utilized to their fullest.

Blockchain technologies are already disrupting the financial industries; unbanked and cashless societies are tipped to benefit the most from the technology. Interestingly, the loyalty market, worth approximately $500 billion USD, is also to have its full potential realized.

3. Account Data, Personalized Customer Experiences, and Product Recommendations

Research within the retail sector has long existed as a practice. The dawn of big data and other new technologies such as automated data processing, however, have led us into a new era of insights (best known as customer analytics).

Shopin is a token-based platform which seeks to use blockchain technology in order to create user data profiles / accounts which are transferable and inter-operable between different participating merchants across the web.

In addition to providing absolute security and empowering users through control over their data and its security, merchants are incentivized by having access to powerful on-boarding tools and deferred liability regarding data protection.

The platform also incorporates machine learning / AI systems and data relationship protocols to provide product recommendations to its users on the customer / consumer side.

If you are interested in learning more about this solution in particular, check out our ICO review from April this year.

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Bitmain Becomes Biggest Blockchain Company Ever Following Series B Funding

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China’s dominant bitcoin mining manufacturer has become the largest crypto conglomerate in the world after securing a new round of Series B funding, according to Caixin news agency.

Bitmain Expands Influence

Caixin reported last week that Bitmain has secured between $300 million and $400 million in new funding from Sequoia China, U.S. hedge fund Coatue and Singapore-based EDBI, effectively becoming the largest cryptocurrency company in the world. With the latest round, Bitmain’s total value has swelled to $12 billion.

Bitmain is making waves across the blockchain industry, having recently announced plans to purchase roughly 43% of Opera Ltd., a Norway-based internet browser that has filed for an initial public offering with Nasdaq.

Back in May, the company led a $110 million financing round for Circle, an influential cryptocurrency company with backing from Goldman Sachs and others. In an official announcement, Circle said Bitmain’s stake in the company will allow it to expand critical infrastructure needed to power the crypto economy:

“Bitmain Co-founder and CEO Jihan Wu is well known for espousing a vision similar to ours regarding the creation and adoption of a new global economy powered by cryptographic assets, distributed contracts, and open source blockchain technology. We are excited to be working directly with Bitmain on realizing our shared vision.”

Earlier this year, Circle purchased digital currency exchange Poloniex for $400 million.

Race for Blockchain Dominance

Bitmain is considered one of China’s ‘big three’ crypto mining manufacturers, and its sphere of influence is growing by the day. The company controls the lion’s share of bitcoin’s hashrate through mining pools BTC.com and Antpool. As CCN reported last month, the company is coming dangerously close to controlling 51% of the bitcoin hashrate, a mark that would theoretically allow it to carry out a 51% attack against the network. It has also been estimated that Bitmain accounts for up to 80% of the market for bitcoin mining hardware.

Ebang and Canaan Creative – Bitmain’s main competitors – have announced aggressive IPO plans this year. Each company is looking to raise at least $1 billion for various growth initiatives. In both cases, diversification appears to be a main objective as blockchain companies look to expand their influence in the market.

Bitmain has also stated it is “open” to conducting an IPO in Hong Kong but has yet to announce definitive plans to that effect.

In terms of profitability, Bitmain dwarfs its competitors. The company reported $4 billion in earnings last year, leapfrogging tech powerhouse Nvidia, which took 24 years to secure $3 billion in profit.

Disclaimer: The author owns bitcoin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies. He holds investment positions in the coins, but does not engage in short-term or day-trading.

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What Is Civic? Blockchain for Digital Identities

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There are now so many alt-coins out there that it’s almost impossible to keep track of which projects are legitimate and which are garbage.

This article is the second entry in a series I will write for Hacked which will give summaries and context around a specific crypto project.

The topic of today’s summary is Civic.

So, what is Civic?

Essentially, Civic is a personal identity verification tool that leverages distributed ledger technology to manage digital identities more effectively.

Civic, in a nutshell, is a platform that envisions a safer, cheaper, and more efficient identity verification method for individuals and industries around the globe.

A perfect use case of Civic’s platform is everyday KYC requirements. In most cases, when someone applies for a new job, opens a bank account, or even participates in an ICO, they have to submit some valid proof of their identity and then wait for it to be verified. Depending on the service utilized, this could take days or even weeks.

Typically, this sluggish pace is due to the fact that organizations have to spend the time and resources authenticating this information with outdated systems.

Civic contends it has a modern solution to this problem, where a single input of your personal identity data allows any organization or service to cross-check it on the blockchain without asking you to provide the same data twice. That is, Civic wants to provide personal identity verification that is easily transferable from one service to another. They do this by leveraging their own token, which is built on the Ethereum blockchain.

Civic Network

Civic’s network accommodates three different but interwoven individuals/entities: users, validators, and service providers.

The users are defined as anyone who wishes to use the protocol to register an identity. Civic provides their own “secure identity” app expressly for this purpose.

Validators meanwhile are responsible for verifying an identity’s authenticity on the blockchain’s distributed ledger. They can then choose to sell this information to service providers who in turn need to verify their customer’s identities, in exchange for CVC token. Civic uses smart contracts to oversee data attestation and payout for this work.
Secure Identity App

As previously mentioned, getting started with civic requires the secure identity app, either in its or mobile or web version.

To set up the application, you need to enter a variety of personal identity information. This includes your name, address, social security or tax identification number, passport number, driver’s license, etc.

Without utilizing usernames and password, multi-factor biometrics, such as fingerprint scan, secures the application to keep it-and your data-fully in your control.

The application also encrypts personal information with a private key issued by a third party wallet; this provides a buffer between Civic and its users, in theory providing peace of mind that Civic won’t access personal identity info without consent.

As a matter of fact, Civic doesn’t store any personal information on the blockchain directly. Instead, it stores attestations of this information for reference. Storing references to the data instead of the data itself ensures that you are always in control of your own sensitive identity information, while also providing proof that the validators have confirmed the authenticity of your data.

The Civic ecosystem, therefore, functions with the app accommodating users on the front-end, and validators and providers supplying the back-end services, including identity attestation and KYC confirmation for users.

Validators are also responsible for verifying identities for the network, both on the blockchain and for service providers. If a user wants to submit personal identifying data to a service provider (e.g., an exchange, a bank, or other service), they could submit the relevant info from their Civic app to a validation contract.

These smart contracts act as escrow services for the transaction and provide validators with the identity data. After attesting that the information is authentic, the validators hash it into the network.

It’s relevant to mention that in theory a validator could be the service provider itself, and for a user identity’s first commit to the network, it likely would be.

Additionally, in order to confirm a user’s identity, validators need to crosscheck their information with some other source (e.g., public records, financial records). A government, for instance, could provide a wealth of information as an identity authenticator.

Once a validator has verified the identity data, other service providers can buy access rights to this information on behalf of a user with CVC, Civic’s utility token.

Validators can also sell rights to the information, (with the user’s consent), on the Civic Marketplace.

When a service provider pays for identity data, the CVC tokens are placed in the validation contract.

Once the validator provides proof of the identity data, both it and the user receive CVC in return. This service is flexible, too, since validators can pick and choose which information to verify per a service provider’s request.

Say a service provider, like a credit score company, needs access to a client’s credit history and bank account information. After communicating with the user, the service provider would submit a data request to a prior validator, maybe a credit card company, bank, or other financial institution. This validator would then be able to retrieve the hash for the requested information from the blockchain to attest it with the information that the client currently provides. If everything checked out, the validator is paid for these services (as is the user) and the service provider approves the client’s identity.

The Civic team is loaded with experienced entrepreneurs.

For instance, Co-founder and CEO Vinny Lingham has over ten years of e-commerce experience and is a member of the Bitcoin Foundation. He’s also one of the “sharks” on Shark Tank South Africa.

In addition, Jonathan Smith, the project’s CTO and co-founder, has more than 15 years of experience with development, technical analytics, and management work for blue-chip entities like Deloitte and RBS.

With Civic, reusable KYC and personal identity information could streamline identity verification for any relevant service. Service providers no longer would have to expend the effort and money to verify a user’s identity; as long as a validator on the network has done the legwork for them, they need only pay a fee in Civic tokens to have the information processed in real time.

Users would never have to recommit the same information to different organizations in tireless succession–saving time and effort.

At the core of this vision is the promise of greater identity security and integrity. The Civic app’s encryption and biometric locking mechanisms give users complete control over their identities, while the blockchain’s own encryption and distributed nature keep this information free from theft and exposure without user consent.

It’s important to note that Civic is not the only company attempting to provide moderns identity solutions. Some notable competitors include Bloom, SelfKey, Blockpass, and Peer Mountain.

As the competition heats up, it will be interesting to see whether the fragmentation of identity data makes centralization a necessary evil. The premise of services like this is that self-sovereign identity can give users more control of their data AND be more convenient. It’s the second part that remains to be seen.

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