CAVE CREEK, Ariz., July 28, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Endexx Corporation (OTC: EDXC) was interviewed and featured in a recent press release by the Orange County Register and its affiliates. For reference see article: http://www.ocregister.com/articles/derobbio-518195-machine-marijuana.html (1)
Endexx Corporation has been interviewed by multiple news agencies over the last several months regarding the Autospense dispensing technology. Each news agency has interviewed the company from unique and diverse angles. This report offers an alternative understanding of the Medical Marijuana Movement and the direction Endexx is going. Both Todd Davis, CEO of Endexx Corporation and Joe DeRobbio, President of Dispense Labs, were interviewed. The article offers unique visions and realities of this new and exciting business opportunity.
By the numbers$3,000: the highest monthly price to lease the Autospense machine 789: number of marijuana compartments in each machine 5: number of machines manufactured so far 1.5 million: lines of code in the Autospense machine's software $5 million: approximate cost of software development In separate coverage the Aliso Viejo Patch reported: http://alisoviejo.patch.com/groups/business-news/p/marijuana-from-a-vending-machine-believe-it-dude (2) "The machines identify patients by scanning their thumbs and medical marijuana cards. Once identified, a customer uses a touch-screen monitor to select a purchase from nearly 800 individual marijuana compartments. Then the machine's custom software tracks what's purchased, who purchased it, when and how often. That creates a paper trail that could help dispensaries stay on the right side of the law," DeRobbio said. "DeRobbio currently has five machines built, and says he has orders coming from California other western states, including Colorado, Washington and Arizona. The machines play into Endexx's plan to become a hub of medical marijuana technology with the end goal of becoming "one of the key companies in the sustainability and growth of the Medical Marijuana Industry." While Endexx CEO Todd Davis acknowledges the legal challenges facing the industry currently, he says he wants his company in the ready position if the federal government reclassifies marijuana." About Endexx: