A company called solo sciences has announced what it says is the world's first "cryptographically-secure cannabis product authentication system."

In a budding legal weed ecosystem, the system aims to empower distributors to verify the origin of their product.

The authentication system utilizes an app to decipher uniquely encoded labels that identify verified products.

Unlike RFID chips or holograms, the labels are cheap to produce and apply to existing packaging.

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Greg Nichols ~ ZDNet.com

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