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The panel will discuss the benefits and obstacles of the Metaverse and Web3 for the cannabis industry

CANNALAND Co-Founder Matt Morgan will be a featured panelist at this year’s MJBizCon. The panel titled “Blast Off to the Metaverse: Your Web 3.0 Cannabis Guide” will take place on Thursday, November 17 at 3:30 pm PT at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Roger Fillion, Editorial Director for MJBiz will be moderating the conversation.

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Cannabis has entered the Metaverse, and Matt’s panel will discuss how this alternative digital reality can be helpful in building cannabis brand awareness, product development and raising capital. Matt will advise on how taking brands into the world of Web3 can be beneficial while highlighting the obstacles, regulations, and guardrails to be cognizant of when first entering the Metaverse. The session will educate current operators on the vocabulary and framework needed to build or expand their brands into the Metaverse and how to build ROI and brand communities.

“It is an honor to be a part of this year’s MJBizCon speaking to the top minds in the industry” said Matthew Morgan, CANNALAND’s Co-Founder. “With this cutting-edge technology growing in acceptance across all industries, I’m excited for the opportunity to discuss the impact of Metaverse integration into the Cannabis industry with top leaders in the field.”

The scheduled panel is for Thursday, November 17 at 3:30 pm PT. The other panelist includes Habeeb Syed, Senior Associate at Vicente Sederberg LLP, Polly Lieberman, Co-Founder at thric3, LLC, and Ryan Hunter, CEO at Crypto Cannabis Club. Following the discussion, the panel will have a brief Q+A with all the panelists.

For more information about the panel, please visit the page linked here.

LAS VEGASNov. 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/

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