Newater is an online marketplace for marijuana products and services.
It was founded in February by former Facebook executive Adam Kallenberger and has more than 1.4 million active users.
In an interview with The Verge, Newater cofounder and CEO Sam Hine said the platform was developed by looking at the existing industry.
The site offers a “beautiful” way for sellers and consumers to find the best marijuana products for their needs.
The platform is a bit different than other sites that are geared towards recreational marijuana users, such as 420 Investor, which has a separate marketplace that lets users buy products and service from growers and dispensaries.
Users are encouraged to share their products with one another in a public forum, where they can buy other products and make comments on other users products.
The Newater site also has a section where users can request product recommendations from other users.
“The idea of it is to build an ecosystem around a single marketplace where you can find the product you need and then get it from a trusted supplier,” Hine told The Verge.
The user interface on Newater looks more like the Amazon Web Services platform than a traditional web site, so the platform does not require users to register for any services.
Newater’s new product-recommendation platform, however, does require users sign up for a product manager account to review products.
Users can also sign up to be notified when a product is available in Newater, and can access reviews and product reviews from any Newater user.
For a product review, a user can post a link to the product and then click the link to “recommend” the product.
If a product has been rated high, it will be shared to the user’s profile, and the user can also add other people to the review.
Hine also said that Newater would not charge for product reviews, which would be more costly than other services, because the user-generated reviews would be publicly available.
“It’s not an advertising thing,” he said.
“Our users don’t want us to be paying them to give a product recommendation.
We’re making it very easy to make your product recommendations on Newatest.”
The platform will continue to be a “free” service, Hine added.
The first user to sign up is allowed to add 10 other users to the Newater community and then receive a “premium” discount on their products.
“We want to give people that choice,” Hines said.
The team at Newater was not available to comment on whether Newater plans to expand beyond its initial platform, but Hine pointed out that the platform is still relatively small.
“People are starting to really take off,” he told The Week.
“And we’re getting great feedback.
People are really excited about it.”
Hine noted that he hopes Newater can become a “flagship” of cannabis products, and that the community can build its own product-reviewing tools.
“One thing that people want is to be able to add a review of their own product to the site,” he added.
“You can have people who don’t have anything but a few reviews and we can build a product marketplace for people who want that to happen.”
For a business owner wanting to sell cannabis products online, the Newatist platform will be a great opportunity.
“I think it’s a great fit for cannabis companies,” Hintz said.
He added that the company is also working with dispensaries and growers to help develop the marketplace, including by working with them to improve their product reviews.
“There are a lot of great brands and people selling great products,” Hink said.