Trees has made cannabis deliveries simple for San Francisco medical marijuana license holders by supporting online, text message, and Bitcoin purchases of six boxed packages which include cannabis, a lighter, and other accessories. The San Francisco-based medicinal delivery company is now planning to support drone deliveries of their assorted boxes.
San Francisco residents won’t be seeing drug-carrying drones anytime soon however, due to Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations holding them back. Despite legal uncertainty, Trees is working with a drone company to be ready when the federal regulations become clearer. “We’re not sure when we’ll be launching yet,” a Trees spokesperson told IBTimes UK.
Many companies in the medical and recreational marijuana space also have issues with bank and payment processor regulations. Trees is no different, choosing to accept Bitcoin as an alternative payment method. Today around 30-percent of Trees customers pay using Bitcoin.
Trees may have contest with San Francisco drone deliveries however, with competing marijuana delivery company Eaze having over $1.5 million in seed funding. While speaking in November of 2014 regarding drones, Eaze founder Keith McCarty said, “If I were to