Privatization and pricing of water resources is likely one of the touchiest subjects today, second maybe to scooters. But we’re doing it.
There’s been a lot in the major news related to uranium recently, most notably last week when a man in Oklahoma was pulled over by police in a stolen car filled with a rattlesnake, an open bottle of whiskey, and a canister of uranium
We at PanXchange will relish the opportunity to ketchup about more serious commodities at a later date.
The end of an era happened last week. LME’s “The Ring” — one of the last remaining face-to face trading floors announced traders will no longer be able to drink alcohol during working hours. The three most notable old school facets of commodity trading are a physical floor trading, suit and tie, and liquid lunches….And this is what the LME took first.
It’s crunch time for planting decisions. Today is the last day for corn prevented planting filings – a range of options on crop insurance that gives payouts for not planting the full, normal crop – for the corn belt. CBOT corn futures rallied this week to break-out levels as corn acres planted as of last week came in well below both last year and the 5-year average. And now the fall army worm could decimate crops in China.
One of our favorite images we’ve used when pitching technology in agriculture is monitors mounted in combines as farmers till and harvest showing board futures prices and basis prices at local elevators. Well 2019 farmers are taking it to a whole new level.
The PanXchange April hemp pricing report is out, you can find the full report here.We will also begin onboarding clients to the physical trading platform in the coming weeks. Interested parties please visit our hemp trading page for more information.
As the PanXchange hemp pricing hubs demonstrate, a number of states are leading the development of industrial hemp production and processing.
Hey All, The PanXchange team attended the sixth annual NoCo Hemp Expo last week in Denver. With over 200 exhibitors, NoCo is the largest gathering of hemp industry professionals from across the supply chain. CEO Julie Lerner had the opportunity to speak on the topic of market evolution during the conference, and we’re excited to grow with the industry as we prepare to on-board members to our hemp trading platform starting next month.
Nothing gets to the heart of decentralized, organic blockchain technology growth like mandated governmental legislation to search for potential use cases.In response to our neighbor and technology powerhouse, Wyoming, pushing through legislation on digital assets focusing on cryptocurrency, the Colorado House refused to be outdone and filed a bipartisan bill to assemble a working group on the use of blockchain in the state’s agriculture: a search for use cases for the nascent technology.