Medicine Man Technologies, a Colorado-based cannabis consulting firm tied to the family behind two high-profile marijuana stores, received clearance from the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority on Tuesday to become a publicly traded company.
Its shares will trade on the over-the-counter markets, possibly as soon as mid-January, according to company founder and chief operating officer Brett Roper.
Medicine Man Technologies is majority owned by the founders of Medicine Man, a prominent cannabis shop with locations in Denver and Aurora.
The consulting firm must now receive approval from the Depository Trust Corporation to trade electronically.
This article was originally published on MJBizDaily
Written by Omar Sacirbey