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KindPay CASH-FREE, TOUCHLESS PAYMENTS KindPay, powered by Herring Bank. The industry’s first true closed-loop payment system; a compliant, transparent, FDIC-insured platform for cash-free mobile payments with Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and bank/debit cards. KindPay Triple Screenshot Image Redefining Seed to Sale for the Global Cannabis Industry

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April 5th, 2018 We are thrilled that KIND has been included in the intro for HBO's acclaimed show, Silicon Valley, alongside other brands like Intel, Google, Tesla, Twitter, and eBay. …

Stormy Simon and Mark Gelnaw Join KIND Advisory Board

KIND Financial, the leader of end-to-end technology and compliance solutions for the cannabis industry, is proud to announce that two business luminaries from very different fields have joined the company’s…

By Rachelle Gordon June 6th, 2017 The legal cannabis market is exploding, with more and more states legalizing the plant for medical and/or adult-use every year. Since cannabis remains federally…

KIND Hires Dave Peck

Press Release LOS ANGELES, CA - May 15, 2017 - Building on its momentum in bringing greater credibility to a rapidly growing economy, KIND Financial, the leader of end-to-end technology…

By Peter Lawrence Kane for the SF Weekly Wed Apr 19th, 2017 5:58pm   “Just because something’s legalized doesn’t mean it’s a free for all,” says David Dinenberg, CEO of…

By James Rufus Koren for the LA Times Originally Published July 13, 2016   When David Dinenberg decided to get into the marijuana industry, his business plan was based on…


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Pennsylvania continues to advance exposing the true benefits of cannabis through research! ... State Certifies Eight Universities For Medical Marijuana Research

Eight medical schools, including the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, have been approved by the state to do clinical research on medical

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