Berkeley to use blockchain technology to combat homelessness

The city of Berkeley may soon launch an “initial community offering” as part of an effort to use blockchain technology to combat homelessness and housing issues. This would make Berkeley the first city in the United States to sell digital “tokens” as part of a crowdfunding campaign, according to a Tuesday press release.
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This week in Bears: Jan. 31

This week, we saw Cal Men’s Basketball lose its eighth straight game, Cal Varsity Rugby outrun the senior men’s team Olympic Club and Dóra Antal score 15 goals for Cal Women’s Water Polo.

Took photos of products and staff the "Perfect Plants Pantients Group" a cannibus collective at 2840B Sacramento Street.

In this photo: Purple Candy (shown above) is one of the many marijuana strains available from the Perfect Plants Patient Group.

News of the week: Feb. 3

Cannabis business owners are demanding a marijuana tax reduction to maintain competition. Berkeley City Council plans to vote on the ordinance at a later date.