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PotNetwork Holding, Inc. (POTN) Enters Partnership with Lawrence Taylor, Legendary NFL Football Star

PotNetwork Holding, Inc. (OTC Pink: POTN) (“Company”) is excited to announce that the Company has entered into a Joint Venture with Lawrence Taylor for the development and launch of the “LT Master Pain” Premium Line of CBD oils, a premium quality selection of products, designed to bring athletes and consumers a beneficial supplement to aid in pain relief, neurological support, and overall well-being.

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The Height of Marijuana Investing

In 2016, sales of marijuana and marijuana related products surged to almost $7 billion. If that seems like a lot, it’s only just beginning. At this point, almost 30 states have some sort of legalization or decriminalization which shouldn’t be surprising regardless of your views. The continuation of this process is inevitable. As states see not only the progress but the profit from taxes that states such as California are making, all states will push for legalization of the green plant.

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Conservatives Move Towards Cannabis Investing

Cannabis is often thought to be a cause backed by only the most liberal, left-wing participants. Recently, dozens of high-profile conservatives have outwardly supported the decriminalization as well as the legalization of cannabis.

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Marijuana Stocks Re-Initiates Coverage On Potnetwork Holdings Inc. (POTN)

PotNetwork Holding, Inc. (POTN) has been a major beneficiary of the legal cannabis movement and could be positioned to
see growth accelerate from here.

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Cannabis is often thought to be a cause backed by only the most liberal, left-wing participants. Recently, dozens of high-profile conservatives have outwardly supported the decriminalization as well as the legalization of cannabis.

The principles behind legalization are generally labelled as conservative issues. The issues of states’ rights, limited government, and personal sovereignty come into play with all cannabis legislation as it is a fight between state and federal government.

One prolific figure in the cannabis fight is none other than David Koch. Koch has advocated for the decriminalization of cannabis since the early 1980s. This is not highly publicized since it seemingly contradicts conservatives usual points, but it is indeed factual.

Koch was once quoted stating, “I have friends who smoke pot… It’s ridiculous to treat them as criminals.”

While many do not agree with David Koch on everything, his thoughts on cannabis seem to be spot on. Koch is not the only high-profile conservative recently associated with the decriminalization and legalization movement.

The founder of Christian Broadcasting Network & Christian Coalition, Pat Robinson was quoted saying, “I really believe we should treat marijuana the way we treat beverage alcohol. I’ve never used marijuana and I don’t intend to, but it’s just one of those things that i think: this was on drugs just hasn’t succeeded.”

Here are a few more quotes from several high profile conservatives in case you didn’t see it already.

“[I]t is our judgment that the war on drugs has failed, that it is diverting intelligent energy away from how to deal with the problem of addiction, that it is wasting our resources, and that it is encouraging civil, judicial, and penal procedures associated with police states. We all agree on movement toward legalization, even though we may differ on just how far.” National Review, Editorial Board
“Yes [marijuana should be legalized federally]. Public opinion has changed… The distinction between marijuana and alcoholic beverages is really not much of a distinction… The prohibition against selling and dispensing alcoholic beverages has I think been generally, there’s a general consensus that it was not worth the cost. And I think really in time that will be the general consensus with respect to this particular drug [marijuana].” John Paul Stevens, Former U.S. Supreme Court Justice
“[If] you want to go somewhere where you can smoke medicinal weed, then you ought to be able to do that.” Rick Perry, Secretary of Energy
“I think it’s about time we legalize marijuana… We either put people who are smoking marijuana behind bars or we legalize it, but this little game we are playing in the middle is not helping us, it is not helping Mexico and it is causing massive violence on our southern border… Fifty percent of the money going to these cartels is coming just from marijuana coming across our border.” Glenn Beck
“I find the way people trivialize this issue to be infuriating. I hold it to be self-evident that people should be allowed to grow plants in their own gardens, regardless of what kind of plants they are… I do think the prohibition on this is outrageous… What we’re living through is a farce.” Andrew Sullivan, Conservative Blogger & Author
What the authorities should do is decriminalize pot use. You wanna do it in your house, not bother anyone? Fine.” Bill O’Reilly
“Someone has got to break the logjam. The fact is that you have the incarceration rate, particularly in African American communities for drug related crimes is off the charts… The old mindset that doesn’t address the current environment, that doesn’t deal with realities of our penal system or our sentencing system… A lot of folks are getting caught in the cross-hairs… We’ve got to reorient our priorities here when it comes to the issue of drugs in our culture.” Michael Steele, Former Chairman of Republican National Committee.
We need to prioritize our law enforcement efforts, and if somebody’s gonna smoke a joint in their house and not do anybody else any harm, then perhaps there are other things that our cops should be looking at to engage in and try to clean up some of the other problems that we have in society that are appropriate for law enforcement to do.” Sarah Palin, Former Governor of Alaska & Republican Vice-Presidential Nominee
Ask the Facebook generation whether we should put a kid in jail for the nonviolent crime of drug use and you’ll hear a resounding ‘no.’” Rand Paul, U.S. Senator
So, if liberals and conservatives see the same on this issue, how long will it take to move forward for decriminalization and legalization?

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Diamond CBD Brings Chill to CHAMPS Summer Show with Popular CBD Edibles and Top-Quality Oils

Showcased at Booth 8076, Diamond CBD Chill Gummies and Premium CBD Oils Make a Splash at the CHAMPS Trade Show and Gets Featured on PublicWire Podcast in Light of Recent Advancements

 PotNetwork Holding Inc. (OTC PINK: POTN) is pleased to announce today that wholly owned subsidiary, Diamond CBD, is presenting at the CHAMPS Trade Show held at the Las Vegas Convention Center this week, July 18-20th. The CHAMPS Trade Shows are widely recognized as the largest and most trusted counter-culture trade show in the world, and have always been particularly fruitful for Diamond CBD, with attendance in the thousands by buyers, enthusiasts and industry pioneers from all over the world.

Bruce Barren of PotNetwork Holdings, Inc. was also featured in an exclusive podcast interview with host Dave Donlin, where he focused on the Company’s record breaking revenues, sales distribution, possible future uplisting to a higher exchange and much more. To hear the interview in its entirety go to:

The Summer Vegas Trade Shows are historically the second largest and second most attended CHAMPS shows of the year. Located at the South Hall #1, off Paradise RD, this Champs show has held to the latest trend of record breaking attendance, following the last two shows that reported the highest attendance to date for each annual event.

The CHAMPS events have been regularly advantageous for Diamond CBD. The first two shows of the year, where the Company’s premium CBD hemp oils, edibles, and other specialty products were featured, yielded the Company valuable publicity, and record sales. Diamond CBD has recently reported that the past six months of trade show, expo, and convention attendance, demonstrating Management’s determined commitment to achieve strong results, had yielded product demand requiring significant expansion of its manufacturing operations, which the Company is managing successfully.

About the CHAMPS Trade Shows: Drawing exhibitors, entrepreneurs, and enthusiasts from across the country, this massive event is designed to enable vendors to unveil and market the industry’s newest cutting-edge products to distributors, wholesalers and retailers. The CHAMPS Trade Shows have been a staple in the counterculture industry for eighteen years, continually experiencing growth as the market continues to evolve. Since 1999, CHAMPS has hosted premier exhibitors in the industry and draws industry leaders, retailers and consumers in the thousands from all over the globe.

About Diamond CBD Inc.: Diamond CBD focuses on the research, development, and multi-national marketing of premium hemp extracts that contain a broad range of cannabinoids and natural hemp derivatives. Diamond CBD’s team consists of hemp industry pioneers and natural product experts, chemists, and scientists, dedicated to producing the finest and purest cannabidiol (CBD) oils. The result is a robust selection considered among the most powerful natural CBD oils and E-Liquids found anywhere. For more information, please visit its website at

About PotNetwork Holding Inc: PotNetwork Holding Inc. (OTC Pink: POTN) is a publicly traded company that acts as a holding company for its subsidiaries, First Capital Venture Co., the owner of Diamond CBD, Inc., the maker of Diamond CBD oils.

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Vermont expanded its medical marijuana program after Governor Phillip Scott signed legislation that adds Crohn’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) to the list of qualifying conditions for the state’s legal market.

While it would have been great if Governor Scott signed the recreational cannabis legislation earlier this year, we are favorable on this development. Analysts have said that Vermont’s legal recreational and medical cannabis market could surpass $100 million.

Legislation to Significantly Expand the State’s Cannabis Market

Vermont has a small medical cannabis program and this development should significantly expand the size of the market. The state only has four medical cannabis dispensary licenses which serve less than 5,000 registered patients.

Current law allows patients to only do one or the other, not both. The legislation also allows dispensaries to operate as a for-profit entity (currently required to operate as a non-profit).

If the legislation was approved, beginning in July 2018, it would legalize the possession of up to an ounce of weed, two mature plants and four immature plants.

Governor Rejects Recreational Marijuana Legislation

Earlier this year, both the Vermont House and Senate passed legislation to legalize recreational cannabis. Although the legislation was vetoed by the governor, he indicated his support if certain conditions were addressed.

According to local news outlets, Governor Scott said, “I’m not philosophically opposed to ending the prohibition on marijuana.”

The legislation would have worked to satisfy some but not all the conditions. The legislation would have created a study commission to look at other state models from a taxation and regulation standpoint. This study would be used to make recommendations for Vermont’s adult use market and would provide guidance regarding other state markets.

A Development to Watch

While we are favorable on this development, it will take time for Vermont’s market to grow to a size where it is attractive from an investment standpoint. We continue to view the Vermont market as attractive from a geographic standpoint due to the proximity to Massachusetts and New York, however, we prefer other markets.

There are only a few companies focused on the Vermont market and we will continue to monitor how the state’s cannabis market advances from here.

Authored by: Jason Spatafora

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InCaseYouMissedIt: What To Know When Investing In Marijuana Stocks


Legal Marijuana is the fastest growing industry in the United States. In 2016, cannabis sales in North America went up 30% from 2015 to reach $6.7 billion.

Here’s a look at 7 fundamental tips that will help you understand the basics to invest in marijuana stocks:



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Investing in Marijuana Stocks?



When it comes to investing in medical marijuana, whether or not to trust in this new market becomes the largest issue among investors. Because of the emerging industries history and connotations, many investors are put off despite the massive potential within the medical marijuana industry. For many years, plant has been associated with illegal ties and stigma’s that lead to misinformation about its benefits.

Now that the plant is legal in more than half of the country, the US as a whole has become more accepting of the plants possibilities.

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Will Marijuana Stocks Be An Issue For Jeff Sessions ?

Marijuana stocks along with the rapidly growing legal marijuana industry has been nearly unstoppable for quite some time. The sales of legal medical and recreational marijuana are expected to expand by about 30% in 2017, 45% in 2018, and peak at just north of $17 billion in 2021, per the “Marijuana Business Factbook 2017,” a newly released report from Marijuana Business Daily. And this growth has meant one thing to businesses and investors: More money.


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Are CBD Companies An Asset To Your Marijuana Stock Portfolio?


A great deal of progress is being made on learning how marijuana’s chemical cannabinoids can be used as medicine, and among the most interesting of these marijuana compounds is cannabidiol their wise known as CBD. It’s one of at least 113 active cannabinoids found in marijuana, it’s not responsible for marijuana’s psychoactive effect, and it accounts for about 40% of the marijuana plant’s extract.



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InCaseYouMissedIt: Marijuana Stocks Could Fly If This Measure Gets Passed


U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is reportedly trying to build support to go after companies that sell marijuana in states that have legalized the drug. However, while the executive branch contemplates fighting marijuana, the legislative branch is taking the opposite approach!


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Could These Marijuana Stocks Command The Market ?

The marijuana market is growing faster than most would believe and that’s creating a lot of interest in owning marijuana stocks. However, those willing to invest their money need to choose what marijuana stocks to buy carefully.


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Mountain High Acquisitions Corp. rolls out Pilot Program aimed at helping Licensed Cannabis Growers overcome a Key Challenge–Financing Startup Infrastructure Costs

To initiate the project, MYHI has acquired two state-of-the-art intermodal containers engineered and designed specifically for growing cannabis.  The opportunity to acquire the grow containers was presented to MYHI by D9 Manufacturing, Inc., an Arizona based company that offers a wide variety of engineering, manufacturing and consulting services to the cannabis sector.  On May 30, MYHI announced the engagement of D9 to assist in the identification, acquisition and development of infrastructure opportunities in the cannabis market.

“We are very enthusiastic about pursuing this opportunity, and appreciate what D9 has brought to the table so quickly. The solutions we intend to provide to the cannabis industry solve real problems faced by licensed growers and producers.  Having a license is not a guarantee of success.  A grower needs infrastructure and equipment that maximizes the quantity and quality of their production—and all of that can be expensive,” said MYHI CEO Alan Smith.

“That’s where we come in.  By providing swift access to affordable turnkey solutions not only do we greatly reduce setup time and costs and help growers get growing, we also help them to minimize risk and optimize their business.”

As a part of this initial pilot, MYHI will lease its first two containers to D9 for use in licensed grow operations in Arizona and California.  Grow operations in the containers are expected to begin within 30 days.  Initial harvests are anticipated to occur 90 days later.

This particular pilot project will allow the company to test both the revenue model—acquiring and leasing infrastructure solutions to licensed growers—and the equipment itself.  In this case the equipment being leased out consists of intermodal containers that can be geared for cultivation or for extraction depending upon how the container is built out.

“This pilot is just the beginning,” said Ferrel Raskin, CEO of D9 Manufacturing, Inc. “We have identified further opportunities for MYHI and D9 to pursue once this revenue model has been vetted and fine-tuned. The reality is that the cannabis industry has now matured enough so that we can identify common problems and challenges and, in turn, provide easier access to meaningful solutions.  We’re excited to be working with a partner like MYHI to ensure that these solutions are backed by sound business expertise and the ability to raise the capital required.”

About Mountain High

Mountain High Acquisitions Corp. (MYHI) is a holding company focused on the acquisition and development of businesses and other assets within the cannabis sector. For additional information please contact Alan Smith at

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Marijuana-related legislation has received more support in Congress this year than ever before. In reference to a report from MassRoots, there are now more federal lawmakers backing marijuana bills, especially those seeking to remedy the banking problem for the marijuana industry, than in past sessions.

One of the proposals, a marijuana banking bill introduced earlier this year by Congressman Ed Perlmutter, has managed to secure 47 co-sponsors in 2017 – that is nearly 10 more backers than when Congress ended the session last year.

The second proposition, which was re-submitted in May by Senator Jeff Merkley, has already attracted more co-sponsors in the past few weeks than it did when it was first introduced back in 2014.

Marijuana bills dealing with federal tax laws are also getting more attention. The report shows that several of these measures have more co-sponsors in 2017 than in times past.

Taylor West, deputy director of the National Cannabis Industry Association, says the increase in political support is largely due to lobbyists for the marijuana trade. He says these policy pushers have been in Washington, D.C. for the past several years, working to educate lawmakers about the importance of making changes to these issues.

“The more Congress gets to know the real, responsible entrepreneurs of the cannabis industry, the more support there is for them to be treated fairly and for state laws to be respected,” West said. “Our members embrace their roles as both business people and advocates, and we’ve seen a real spike in energy and excitement around that advocacy work this year. It’s great to see it paying off.”

Disappointedly, while marijuana banking and tax laws are becoming hot items on Capitol Hill, not much has changed with respect to support for legislation aimed at ending marijuana prohibition. The “Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol Act,” reintroduced this year by Congressman Jared Polis, currently has only 11 co-sponsors, while the “Ending Federal Marijuana Prohibition Act,” submitted months ago by Representative Thomas Garrett, has 12. In years past, similar bills have garnered just over 20 co-sponsors. But none of them were given any consideration.

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ADVANTIS CORPORATION (ADVT ) Connects At Industry Outreach Event

ADVANTIS CORPORATION ( OTC PINK : ADVT ) CEO, Christopher Swartz, attended the Coastal Pacific political action committee’s Southern California Outreach Dinner last Tuesday night. The event was a fundraiser to support cannabis legalization. Swartz was an invited guest of Speedweed CEO, AJ Gentile.

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Hemp, Inc. (HEMP) Powers Up Milling Operation for Industrial Hemp Production

Hemp, Inc. ( OTC PINK : HEMP ) is pleased to announce today that the milling portion of its industrial hemp decorticator is now online for beta testing and debugging. The disconnect switch, which connects the power to feed the 200-horse power motor on the grinder, was the final piece executives were awaiting to power up the mill. With the disconnect switch now installed, the team has powered up its hemp mill to beta test and debug the equipment. So far, the team has encountered some small software communication issues, but according to David Schmitt, COO of Hemp, Inc.’s wholly owned subsidiary, Industrial Hemp Manufacturing, LLC, those types of issues are the norm for the milling machinery and were expected.

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INDUSTRY UPDATE: Biotech and Marijuana

Although researchers are beginning to learn about the medical benefits associated with cannabis, they have not even scratched the surface. The cannabis industry is the fastest growing industry in the world. After spending several years researching cannabis and developing products, companies are just beginning to realize the fruits of their efforts.

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Despite this interesting headline, North Korea has a much stricter policy than its Southern family, however you could be forgiven for believing so due to a group of recent headlines.

Although the news has not become popular in the U.S., the big news in South Korea is a marijuana scandal surround the singer T.O.P. who hails from a popular K-pop band named Big Bang. T.O.P. could face five years in jail after a hair follicle test by the Seoul Metropolitan Police came back positive for marijuana. The singer was forced to take the test after a young woman claimed him as a supplier for “liquid marijuana” following her arrest.

The conflict could see the end of Big Bang whose extremely large fan base makes them one of the largest boy-bands in South Korea currently. T.O.P. was found unconscious in his home from an apparent overdose of tranquilizers leading the public to believe the old myth of marijuana being a gateway drug.

A popular news outlet titled Korea Exposé notes that the hemp plant has in fact been grown on the Korean Peninsula for thousands of years where it has been mostly used to manufacture rope and traditional fabrics. The plant wasn’t outlawed in South Korea until the Narcotics Act in 1957 under pressure from Washington.

The law only mentioned “Indian Marijuana” technically leaving the locally grown product legal. Not until the 1960s did smoking the plant become popular with Korea’s youth.

Its rising popularity prompted a crackdown by then dictator Park Chung-hee, South Korea’s longest ruling military strongman. Chung-hee forced curfews and regulations upon hairstyles as well as clothing aimed at destroying the rising counterculture. The technicality in the law soon became irrelevant as conservative values became more and more emphasized.

Although marijuana users in North Korea would be sent straight to death if they could even find the plant, South Korea’s drug-policy remains extremely tense.

Maybe one day, the people of North Korea and South Korea will be able to pass a blunt across the DMZ, but for now the plant remains strictly illegal on both sides.

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