Vice President of Operations & Data (Denver)

Vice President of Operations & Data (Denver) PanXchange is looking for a high-energy, over-achieving VP of Operations. The VP will work closely with the CEO on strategy, special projects and performance management. S/he will also assist the business development team and the tech team with other aspects that lay the foundation [...]

Business Development Representative – Entry Level (Downtown Denver)

Business Development Representative - Entry Level (Downtown Denver) PanXchange is an award-winning OTC physical commodity trading platform that facilitates the transfer of natural resources that feed and fuel the world. Designed by a veteran Cargill trader, the software platform allows buyers and sellers to negotiate specific details of a trade, including [...]

Lessons learned from Colorado’s first hemp harvest since legalization

It’s the first harvest season since the 2018 U.S. Farm Bill was signed into law — and hemp farmers, investors and analysts are working the fields and crunching the data, working diligently to better understand the potential of the plant that was federally legalized through its passage.And while those experts are saying that the biggest lessons are yet to be learned, the fundamentals of a fledgling market are beginning to fall into place in the first state to fully regulate the plant and its intoxicating cousin, marijuana.

U.S. hemp harvest brings hope to some farmers, heartbreak to others

DENVER, Oct. 3 (UPI) — A glut of CBD oil on the market, severe weather and a complex harvesting process will make this year’s first mass hemp crop in 80 years in the United States a disappointment for many farmers. As harvest season winds down and winter frosts threaten the northern United States, hemp is proving to be a complicated plant for farmers to harvest and process. Buyers for the crop are tapped out, which is driving prices down, industry observers say.

September 2019 Hemp Market Update

It is officially the start of the harvest period, and the new crop is starting to make its way to the market. The price of biomass through the course of September has traded in the range of $1.95 to $3.50 per percentage point of CBD content per pound (/point). The amount of transactions occurring in the market is slow as the early harvested product is entering the market, albeit a small percentage of the full crop, and many extractors are searching for tolling and revenue split deals rather than large spot purchases.

Emerging Trends Webinar

How to Capitalize on Emerging Trends in the Legal U.S. Hemp Market, led by PanXchange CEO Julie Lerner and PanXchange Director of Hemp Markets RJ Hopp. We hope you learned a bit more about how to watch this new industry develop and how to analyze trends that can benefit your business. If you were unable to attend or would like to re-watch the webinar, you can follow the link below to access the recorded version of the webinar.