CannaVerse Technologies and pax.world to develop Cannaland — world’s largest cannabis metaverse

CannaVerse Technologies, the creator of Cannaland, the world’s first cannabis metaverse and pioneer in cannabis product marketing, manufacturing and merchandising, announced today that it has officially partnered with pax.world, a leading blockchain metaverse platform that allows users to build their own digital world , to develop its Web2 and Web3 strategy in creating the world’s largest cannabis community.

The partnership will leverage pax.world’s cutting-edge, innovative technology bridging the best of Web2 and Web3 to create a truly immersive experience serving both the business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-customer (B2C) markets in the world’s first comprehensive cannabis community platform. Using pax.world’s pioneering technology, Cannaland will provide an enhanced user experience offering consumer and e-commerce services including:

  • Virtual retail venues where companies and brands can showcase their products to consumers.
  • Residential and commercial properties within virtual neighborhoods and commercial-zoned areas that are unique to customers and their businesses.
  • A vast selection of business services including legal, marketing, finance, agriculture and testing services.
  • Interactive, immersive experiences that take the audience to a level that far surpasses what’s available in the physical world.
  • Unique curriculums based on the top cannabis science and research from leading universities around the world.
  • Community forums, conferences and numerous other cannabis-related activities.

Matt Morgan, co-founder of CannaVerse Technologies’ Cannaland, said:

“CannaVerse Technologies could not be more thrilled about our new collaboration with pax.world. We both see the same future for Web3 technology, which was a driving factor to work together. Especially as we see a continued rise in interest for immersive technology experiences. “

The partnership will allow CannaVerse Technologies to utilize pax.world’s cutting-edge technology to offer their B2B and B2C community to share, learn, discover and have fun experiencing all things cannabis — regardless of geographic location.

Frank Fitzgerald, founder of pax.world, said:

“We are delighted to be partnering with CannaVerse Technologies to provide innovative technology that will enhance the user experience and enable commerce, education and community to flourish in the metaverse. This partnership presents an opportunity for more businesses to enter Web3 and to build a digital environment that provides seamless real-world experiences that are truly inclusive and accessible.”

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About Cannaland

Cannaland is the world’s first cannabis-focused metaverse with a vibrant community and meta marketplace where all aspects of socially responsible cultivation, extraction, manufacturing, distribution, retail sales and consumption of cannabis and hemp products can be enjoyed by its users. Cannaland uses its expertise in blockchain, crypto and the cannabis industry to create a virtual marketplace and economy, where the Cannaland Token (CNLT) is the primary currency for transactions.

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About pax.world

pax.world is an open multi-purpose metaverse, aiming to provide the widest possible user experience, maximizing opportunities to learn, socialize, play, discover and earn, and connecting communities around the world. pax.world allows users and brands to host and attend educational learning classes, business headquarters, live shows, concerts, team-building events, private functions, gallery exhibitions and so much more.

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