SEATTLE, March 08, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — CFN Media Group (“CannabisFN”), the leading creative agency and media network dedicated to legal cannabis, announces publication of an article discussing Future Farm Technologies Inc. (CSE:FFT) (CNSX:FFT) (FFT.CN) (OTCQB:FFRMF) and their portfolio approach to the Cannabis space.
The nascent cannabis industry is poised to exceed $50 billion in annual revenue over the coming years, according to Cowen & Co., driven by the legalization of adult-use cannabis across several states. In Canada, Deloitte believes that the market could exceed C$22.6 billion following the legalization of adult-use cannabis nationwide. Investors have many options when investing in the market, ranging from licensed producers to ancillary service providers.Future Farm Technologies Inc. (CSE:FFT) (OTCQB:FFRMF) recently moved to uplist to the OTCQX exchange following its joint venture with TCG Investments to acquire an economic interest in five Puerto Rico-based medical dispensary licenses and its acquisition of three licenses from the State of Maine for the cultivation of industrial hemp. These developments translate to a highly transparent company with exposure to both cannabis and hemp markets.Uplisting to the OTCQXFuture Farm recently announced that its board of directors approved its application to uplist from the OTCQB to the OTCQX International, the Premier Tier of the OTC Markets. At the same time, the company engaged a sponsoring brokerage and counsel to serve as its Designated Advisor for Disclosure to meet the listing requirements. These actions should help increase transparency for investors.“Uplisting to the OTCQX is an activity we have planned as part of our corporate strategy for some time,” said Future Farm CEO Bill Gildea in the press release announcing the uplisting. “We are confident that the wider visibility amongst the investment community with strengthen stockholder value and enable us to continue on the path of accomplishing our corporate goals.”Many investors have limitations

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