officially launches to the public after completing beta testing

Cannabis Daily Post LLC, the primary owner of, announces today that the website has formally been launched to the public after 7 months of beta testing on the software and features.
By: Cannabis Daily Post, LLC
DENVER - April 6, 2015 - PRLog -- The official launch specifically means that all visitors to the site can publish their own articles and blogs under specific categories such as business, politics and stocks.

Cannabis Daily Post encourages it's audience to contribute their views, opinions and facts related to the marijuana debate in the United States. The formal topics that CDP,, publishes are on Business, politics and the OTC stock market pertaining to marijuana and marijuana related companies.

The mission of is simple. To bring the argument behind legal marijuana as an industry to the for front of American conversation. As of April 1st the website is officially open to the public.


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Sample Article:

NEW YORK (MainStreet) — Technological advances in the marijuana industry are ramping up as more states have legalized the adult use of cannabis.

Marijuana companies are adopting more technology such as apps and software not only to meet client and regulatory demands, but to attract more mainstream customers, emerge as leaders from the mom-and-pop shops and generate returns for its investors, especially as more states are set to legalize adult or recreational use.

Customers are seeking more now and are shunning the days of dropping by a dispensary with rusted bars on its windows. Instead, they want the convenience and flexibility of having cannabis delivered to their front door step with the touch of a few buttons like food from a local restaurant and knowing exactly how many milligrams of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and other cannabinoids are in an edible.

Colorado, Washington, Alaska, Oregon and Washington, D.C. have approved adult use of marijuana and at least six states are likely to regulate the adult-use cannabis industry in the next four years, including Massachusetts, Maine, Rhode Island, California, Nevada and Hawaii. The legal marijuana markets are currently generating $1.53 billion in revenue a year and are estimated to reach $10.2 billion in five years, according to The ArcView Group, a cannabis investment and research firm based in San Francisco. Between retail and medical marijuana, Colorado generated more than $60 million in tax and licensing revenue in 2014. - See more at:

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