Social Life Network Block Chain
The Future of Connecting, Communicating and Social E-Commerce through A.I.

Social Life Network doesn't just build a smarter social networking platform to connect more people together, we connect the right people together using Artificial Intelligence, Block Chaining and E-Commerce.

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SOCIAL NETWORKING
Socially Connecting the right people together online.
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ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
Better Communication done through predicting conversations and content.
Social Networking E-Commerce
SOCIAL E-COMMERCE
Next Gen E-Commerce leveraging social networking behaviors.
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Directors & Legal Counsel

Ken Tapp
Ken Tapp
Chairman, CEO
Ken Tapp is our CEO, CTO and Interim CFO. He was the VP of engineer at HomeBuilder.com & Realtor.com from 1996 through their IPO in 1999 as HomeStore.com (MOVE.com), and then went on to invest in 22 Internet Startups from 1999 through 2017. He has held the following positions over his 25 years in the tech industry: CEO, CFO, CTO, COO, Director, and Chairman.
Tripp Keber
Tripp Keber
Director
Tripp Keber is recognized as a branding expert in the adult use and medical cannabis spaces. He is the co-founder and former CEO of Dixie Brands, Inc., a cannabis centric branding company, known worldwide for its namesake cannabis-infused beverages, Dixie Elixirs, Aceso and Therabis, Dixie’s human and pet CBD wellness brand platforms respectively, as well as hundreds of other cannabis products.
Kenneth Granville
Kenneth Granville
Director
Kenneth Granville is the Cofounder and CEO of MindAptiv. MindAptiv, established in 2011, enables machines to adapt to humans through semantic intelligence, the next generation of machine learning that translates human meanings for generating functional code on-the-fly. He has also held various operations and engineering positions at the USAF, Lockeed Martin and L-3 Communications.
Leslie Bocskor
Leslie Bocskor
Director
Leslie Bocskor is the President and Founder of Electrum Partners. Electrum Partners is known as a pioneer in the cannabis industry as a global cannabis business advisory and services firm. Prior to that, he was the Vice Chairman of GB Science, Inc. Mr. Bocskor has extensive experience working in cannabis space.
D. Scott Karnedy
D. Scott Karnedy
Director, COO
D. Karnedy is our COO, and has served as an officer or Vice President of sales and marketing for digital media and Internet companies since 1998, including: (a) as VP of Sales at AOL; (b), as SVP of Sales and Marketing at SiriusXM; (c) as Chief Revenue Officer at Technicolor Film; (d), as SVP of Global Sales at Myspace.com
Frederick Lehrer
Frederick M. Lehrer, P.A.
Legal Counsel
Mr. Lehrer has specialized in securities and corporate finance matters for 16 years. Prior to entering private practice, Mr. Lehrer spent 15 years with the SEC’s Southeast Regional Office prosecuting violations of the federal securities laws. Mr. Lehrer also served as a Special Assistant United States Attorney for the Southern District of Florida.
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About Social Life Network

Welcome to Social Life Network, the future of niche social networks for industry professionals. Used by over a million monthly users in more than 120 countries worldwide.

Our mission is to: (a) be the most useful social network platform in the world, that operates in the emerging Cannabis industry (b) give entrepreneurs in the Cannabis industry and other niche industries world-wide, the power to bond the strongest business and customer connections online, through the use of our Artificial Intelligence and Block Chain powered E-Commerce Social Network platform.

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CANNABIS / HEMP TECHNOLOGY PLATFORM
the WeedLife ® Network
The WeedLife ® Network is a social network technology platform made up of websites, mobile apps and software programs designed specifically for the Cannabis and Hemp Industry World-Wide.

Our Platform helps Businesses and Consumers connect, share and learn from each other, in order to expedite the growth of this rapidly changing global industry.
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Our license agreement with Sports Social Networks like HuntPost.com and RacketStar.com power sophisticate A.I. Social E-Commerce Networks, that better target-market the products, services and brands that sporting goods manufacturers want to sell to online consumers.
Sports Verticals
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Our license agreement with Real Estate Social Network, Inc. provides business professionals like Realtors, Home Builders and Loan Officers with a social network platform that increases their success in the real estate industry.
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Our WeedLife Social Network provides an online social platform of connected websites and applications that we own and operate, targeting the many consumer and business demographics in the cannabis and hemp industry.
Cannabis & Hemp
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OUR NICHE INDUSTRIES
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Social Life Network, Inc.

Press Releases, Investor Updates, and News Articles.

Cannabis Industry Observers say 2015 Could Be the Breakthrough Year for Mainstream Investors

WeedLife Network of Sites and Apps
Growing consumer demand, changing politics and greater interest from institutional investors are combining to bring new financial scrutiny to the marijuana sector.

Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) January 20, 2015

Some media pundits are already looking ahead to 2016, when a number of states are expected to vote on expanding the legalization of recreational marijuana, as the next major milestone for the cannabis industry.

But a large group of financial analysts beg to differ, and say this year could see a breakthrough event when it comes to mainstream investment in marijuana-related companies.

Earlier this month Founder's Fund, a San Francisco-based venture capital firm, announced it was making a multimillion-dollar investment in Privateer Holdings, a private equity group that owns several cannabis-related companies.

Soon after that announcement, Privateer Holdings CEO Brendan Kennedy noted the Founder's Fund investment signaled "that they, like us, believe that the end of (marijuana) prohibition and the social harms it causes is inevitable."

The momentum towards the national legalization of marijuana also appears to be happening faster than many analysts expected – while bringing with it a new wave of investment.

According to research quoted by the magazine Inc., investors have placed over $104 million in cannabis and cannabis-related companies, while investment in the marijuana industry rose by 941.5 percent in 2014.

And Todd Harrison, former hedge fund manager and founder and CEO of the financial media company Minyanville, told Yahoo Finance that the cannabis industry "will be the single best investment theme for the next ten years, in my view."

"Once we start to see this adopted across more state lines you're going to see it picked up on Wall Street research desks," he said in a 2014 interview, "and that's where I think you see the move into mainstream investment."

In Colorado, where the recreational, adult use of marijuana was legalized last year, there is a sense that the cannabis industry is already in a new phase of its history.

"There's a feeling that we've reached the second chapter," says Ryan Fox, CEO and founder of Kindman, one of Colorado's oldest and most established producers.

"I got into the industry in 2008, when it just medical marijuana, and started the company in 2009," he notes. "This company began with a credit card loan to buy $9,000 worth of equipment. And now, investors are realizing how lean and efficient our operations are, as well as understanding how huge the consumer demand for cannabis actually is."

"2015 is going to be the year that we see mainstream investors enter the cannabis industry, with some of the larger organizations – the ones that have been the innovators in the cannabis industry – being the first to get offers from the institutional investors," says Andy Rodosevich, co-founder of the the WeedLife Social Network – an social network marketplace that works with Kindman and other cannabis-related companies on online marketing and connectivity.

And Rodosevich points to Kindman, with its years of experience and its pioneering, pre-packaged brands of cannabis products that are already in use across Colorado, as "a great example of an organization that sees the future, and is ready for national distribution."

About Weedlife

The WeedLife Social Network Marketplace is a series of free-to-use websites specifically designed for the marijuana industry and its consumers – bringing news, sales information and other important cannabis-related data together, all under one online roof. WeedLife's network of web site apps creates an online social marketplace of ideas, products and connections that work with both cannabis producers, distributors and dispensaries, as well as the tens of thousands of ancillary companies supporting the industry.

WeedLife also allows cannabis consumers and businesses to communicate and learn more about each other in a more rapid timeframe -- helping them to better target their products, services and customer needs -- as the cannabis sector's consumer demographic changes, evolves and matures.

For more information, visit: http://weedlife.com

Tags: cannabis, marijuana, marijuana legalization, cannabis industry, cannabis sales, investment, cannabis industry investment, Ryan Fox, Kindman, Andy Rodosevich, WeedLife


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