Cannabis coins as said earlier simply refer to special digital currencies put forward by some unique cannabis companies into the crypto world. January 2018 saw the introduction of some of these special digital currencies with a lot of hype on the premise that the weed market has a steady pull of customers. Three years on, some of these currencies have done well while some haven’t reached projected potentials which are bound to always be a reality with digital currencies. Bitcoin is the best example to describe what the world of crypto looks like. The coin hit $20,000 in December 2017 only to plummet down to a little over $3,000 barely 12 months later. Hitting as high as $50,000, Bitcoin as at the time of writing is now around $38,000.