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Tuesday, Apr 16, 2024
Mugglehead Magazine
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ADC, Alt Magic partner to launch WebXR cannabis store in the metaverse

Anyone can access the store using their smartphone, tablet or computer

ADC WebXR Shop
ADC has launched the first WebXR cannabis shop in the metaverse. Image via ADC

As the metaverse grows in size and scope, cannabis distribution company ADC has partnered with tech company Alt Magic to launch the first WebXR cannabis store.

The store will allow users to connect with like-minded people in the metaverse using their VR headset. However, anyone can access the store using their smartphone, tablet or computer to enjoy the WebXR experience without a VR headset.

According to ADC, the store’s opening marks the first time that people on all major devices will be able to enter a cannabis store, pick up products, review ingredients and make purchases from the metaverse.

ADC initially launched the WebXR cannabis store to thousands of people during a showcase event on 4/20 and has now enabled anyone to access it and peruse the offerings.

In the future, ADC plans to launch live podcasts with cannabis experts and industry leaders to provide education and connect cannabis users.

Read more: Fire & Flower launches ‘virtual dispensary’ portal for LPs

Read more: Alberta pot shops can now offer delivery and online sales

ADC is a tech-driven distribution company that helps wholesalers, distributors and retailers navigate the cannabis industry.

Founded by Michael Rich, an entrepreneur and cannabis enthusiast for more than 20 years, the company is a manufacturer and distributor of alternative cannabinoid products including CBD, Delta 8, CBN, CBG, THCV, THC-O and HHC.


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