As the U.S. marijuana marketplace has exploded over the course of the last decade, one key issue has been plaguing new cannabis-focused businesses across the country: the inability to pay Growers on time. As acquiring working capital from financial institutions can be extremely difficult for businesses in the cannabis industry, these burgeoning companies oftentimes have to borrow product from farms ahead of making payment, leaving Growers behind and vulnerable in the process. Emerging onto the scene to fix this problem, fintech firm KeefX.co provides working capital solutions for marijuana businesses within days, ensuring Growers get paid on time, every time.

Working closely alongside Growers themselves, KeefX.co offers the unparalleled opportunity for cannabis businesses to obtain necessary quantities of product to get moving quickly, while the company makes payments from as low as $50,000 without delay. Thanks to this innovative method, everybody involved in the process benefits, and a newfound trust is fostered between Growers and businesses, facilitated by KeefX.co’s quick provision of capital.

As the brainchild of Isaac “Yitz” Klein, former managing member and co-founder of New York City’s Family Office Gideon Asset Management, KeefX.co creates a continued sense of security for its clients via its close relationships with insurance and banking partners, protecting all of their assets with the company’s one-of-a-kind crop, equipment, and inventory insurance solutions. Likewise, KeefX.co’s expansion has attracted further banks to partner with the company, looking to take part in the lucrative marijuana industry.

 “As we scale our capabilities and expand our market share, other financial institutions have inquired about placing their capital to work alongside ours, allowing them access to the cannabis market without having to set up their own in-house cannabis divisions, which is something they want to stay away from,” said Yitz.

Now originating nearly a million dollars in funding a month, KeefX.co has already fulfilled its goal of impacting the marijuana industry in only less than a year since its founding, and is set to continue to disrupt the cannabis market.

As the U.S. marijuana marketplace has exploded over the course of the last decade, one key issue has been plaguing new cannabis-focused businesses across the country: the inability to pay Growers on time. As acquiring working capital from financial institutions can be extremely difficult for businesses in the cannabis industry, these burgeoning companies oftentimes have to borrow product from farms ahead of making payment, leaving Growers behind and vulnerable in the process. Emerging onto the scene to fix this problem, fintech firm  KeefX.co  provides working capital solutions for marijuana businesses within days, ensuring Growers get paid on time, every time.

Working closely alongside Growers themselves, KeefX.co offers the unparalleled opportunity for cannabis businesses to obtain necessary quantities of product to get moving quickly, while the company makes payments from as low as $50,000 without delay. Thanks to this innovative method, everybody involved in the process benefits, and a newfound trust is fostered between Growers and businesses, facilitated by KeefX.co’s quick provision of capital.

As the brainchild of Isaac “Yitz” Klein, former managing member and co-founder of New York City’s Family Office  Gideon Asset Management, KeefX.co creates a continued sense of security for its clients via its close relationships with insurance and banking partners, protecting all of their assets with the company’s one-of-a-kind crop, equipment, and inventory insurance solutions. Likewise, KeefX.co’s expansion has attracted further banks to partner with the company, looking to take part in the lucrative marijuana industry. 

 “As we scale our capabilities and expand our market share, other financial institutions have inquired about placing their capital to work alongside ours, allowing them access to the cannabis market without having to set up their own in-house cannabis divisions, which is something they want to stay away from,” said Yitz.

Now originating nearly a million dollars in funding a month, KeefX.co has already fulfilled its goal of impacting the marijuana industry in only less than a year since its founding, and is set to continue to disrupt the cannabis market.