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Colorado's marijuana industry seeks legitimacy with help from tech world




Marijuana is stored in bins for trimming and packaging in preparation to be sold retail at 3D Cannabis Center, in Denver.
Marijuana is stored in bins for trimming and packaging in preparation to be sold retail at 3D Cannabis Center, in Denver.
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It’s been only 10 months since recreational marijuana became legal in Colorado, but there’s already a huge movement to create legitimate businesses involving the drug.

This is no easy task, due to the pot industry being a traditionally underground endeavor. But BBC reporter Kim Gittleson traveled to Colorado to find out how the tech industry can help.

Read the full story: Looking for the Facebook of the pot industry



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