Curt Dalton and The New Go-To Media Hub for 1 Of The World's Fastest Growing Industries

Curt Dalton and The New Go-To Media Hub for 1 Of The World’s Fastest Growing Industries

Though cannabis was once unfairly stereotyped throughout the United States, new understandings of the plants’ numerous potent applications have caused states to introduce legislation making cannabis legal for recreational purposes. With nineteen states and the District of Columbia all presently allowing recreational cannabis, and building momentum in the federal government to legalize or decriminalize cannabis use nationwide, cannabis has become more popular than ever – a meteoric trajectory only expected to continue, as the cannabis market is forecast to reach a massive $40 billion valuation by 2030.

The burgeoning mass acceptance of cannabis has clearly been embraced by U.S. consumers; nine-in-ten Americans agree and approve that there should be some form of cannabis legalization in the United States, and 16.9 percent of U.S. adults reported that they used cannabis or cannabis-related products in 2021. Younger generations in particular have embraced cannabis at its core, with new reports showing that 38 percent of millennials smoke cannabis products at least once a day.

Between recreational use and medicinal applications – cannabis is well-known for its relief-providing capabilities for issues like anxiety, chronic pain, and PTSD, just to name a few – cannabis’ star is clearly on the rise, though this nascent industry may feel overwhelming or confusing to aspiring amateurs who may not even know where to begin on their personal journey with the plant.

Enter Cannabis.net, a one-stop-shop for cannabis-related information for consumers located across the United States and around the world. Known for its user-friendly interface and all-inclusive experience, Cannabis.net provides users with the latest news and updates on the cannabis market, analyses of the myriad of health benefits cannabis offers, dispensary locators, and even a robust employment search engine for consumers eager to get professionally involved in the field.

Cannabis.net is the brainchild of Curt Dalton, an accomplished computer scientist and entrepreneur who bet big on the cannabis industry when he bought the Cannabis.net domain – one of the four cannabis-related exact match domain names across the entire internet – at auction in 2016. Dalton has meticulously constructed Cannabis.net over the six years since its inception to comprehensively address every end of the cannabis market spectrum, providing an unparalleled user experience that’s made understanding the modern world of cannabis easier than ever.

Rather than specifically appeal to the already cannabis savvy or aspiring newbies, Cannabis.net is intent on providing a platform for everyone interested in the world of cannabis regardless of experience level. The regularly updated blog stays on top of the latest in cannabis news across the country and around the world, keeping site users informed and up to date, as well as provides an inside look at industry expert’s opinions on the continuously evolving cannabis market – insightful perspectives not commonly found throughout mainstream media.

Beyond its robust educational offerings, Cannabis.net goes on to offer its users detailed descriptions of various cannabis strains and extensive maps to help locate nearby dispensaries, services said to surpass competitors Leafy and Weedmaps’ own built-in interfaces. Cannabis.net similarly keeps users informed about local cannabis events happening in their areas and provides streamlined options to purchase CBD, hemp, and cannabis-derived products online.

As cannabis is expected to continue its evolution into a dominant force in both the U.S. economy and its culture, expect Cannabis.net to remain consumers’ go-to source of cannabis information in the years to come.

For more on Cannabis.net, visit its website or download its application from the Apple AppStore and Google Play, or explore Dalton’s InstagramTwitterFacebookYouTube or Vimeo for further information.

John Norwood
John Norwood is best known as a technology journalist, currently at Ziddu where he focuses on tech startups, companies, and products.