last update: december/2023
By making use of the Kanna ecosystem tools, you, as a Client, expressly accept and bind yourself to its terms, conditions, and charges, committing yourself to always verify its content, which will be available on the platform, thus ensuring that you are always aware of its content, which may be modified at any time by Kanna without any prior consent from the Client.
(a) “Kanna” has the meaning attributed to it in the preamble;
(b) “Legal Basis” means the legal hypothesis that authorizes the processing of personal data;
(c) “Controller” is the natural or legal person who is responsible for decisions regarding the processing of personal data;
(d) “Personal Data” means the information related to an identified or identifiable natural person;
(e) “Disclosing Party” means the Party that provides Confidential Information to the other Party;
(f) “Receiving Party” means the Party that receives Confidential Information from the other Party;
(g) “Producers” mean Cannabis or Hemp producers who are registered on the Kanna Platform;
(h) “User” means the Client who purchased KNN tokens on the Kanna platform;
(i) “Software” refers to the proprietary technological platform of Kanna;
(j) “Processing” means any operation carried out with personal data, such as collection, production, reception, classification, use, access, reproduction, transmission, distribution, processing, filing, storage, elimination, evaluation or control of the information, modification, communication, transfer, dissemination, or extraction;
(l) “Tokens” are digital representations of access to the Kanna community;
(m) “Operator” is the natural or legal person who processes personal data on behalf of the controller.
(n) “NFT” means a non-fungible token, which represents a unique digital item, used here to reward members who register early in the audit process.
(o) “Stake Pool” refers to a mechanism for locking KNN tokens, used as a guarantee for the integrity of the audit process.
(p) “Scoring” is the scoring system assigned to members at the end of the audit process, based on the accuracy of their evaluations.
3. Rules for Participation as a Producer
If you are a Cannabis or Hemp producer, you may participate in the Kanna community with the purpose of certifying the ESG compliance level of your cultivation, aiming to expand regenerative agriculture practices.
3.1. The process involves presenting documents related to the project, ranging from fiscal documents and licenses to proofs of consumption, pollution, and damage repair. These are validated by Kanna community members and specialists, especially when it comes to personal and sensitive data. Community members may be rewarded for this activity of validating documents and information sent by the Producers.
3.2. Producers and their cultivations may receive audits from the Kanna community, from companies and market experts, and from the Academic Community.
3.3. The process for registration on the Kanna platform and acquisition of the Seal consists of: (a) Registration on the platform, performed by the Producer (b) Submission of documentation and proofs related to cultivation, by the Producer (c) Verification and evaluation of the submitted documentation, performed by community members (d) Issuance of the operation report via the Kanna platform (e) Display of information about the cultivation and certification on the Kanna platform
3.4. The main information of the cultivation report is recorded on the Blockchain to ensure credibility, trust in the process, and the immutability of the data.
3.5. The deregistration of a Producer can be done at any time, without any penalty.
3.6. The Seal granted to the producer can be classified into the following levels: [Details of the seal levels] 3.7. If the Producer changes any procedure in their cultivation or advances in any aspect of sustainability, they can resubmit documents for analysis to receive an upgrade of their seal.
4. Rules for Participation as a Community Member (Holder)
From the moment an individual or legal entity acquires a KNN token, they automatically become a member of the Kanna community and gain access to the platform.
4.1. Upon accessing the platform, a holder member may:
(a) Interact with projects that they believe deserve to be promoted;
(b) Perform the validation of some documents submitted by the producers;
(c) Receive rewards for the validation of documents at the end of the process;
(d) Indicate cultivations through registration on the platform.
5. User Declarations
The User expressly declares and acknowledges that:
(a) in providing the Services, Kanna will use public or publicly accessible databases, as managed and made available by government authorities. It is expressly reserved that (i) Kanna will not be responsible for any proven and motivated failures in the provision of the Services resulting from failures in the said databases; (ii) Kanna analyzes and interprets the different databases provided by public bodies, highlighting possible divergences and nuances between them, and makes a technical recommendation on which databases it considers most suitable for the User’s purposes. The User must then choose which database will be used and whether to adopt a subsequent procedure to refine the result of each piece of information obtained through the chosen database, based on the expertise and processes developed by Kanna;
(b) reports resulting from the Services will be prepared strictly confidentially, at the request of the Producer due to their specific interest. Their purpose is to provide exclusively to the Producer certain information related to issues of their interest, namely, the Regenerative Cultivation Seal;
(c) the preparation of reports may be based on semi-automated technical analyses when necessary, provided it has already been approved by the Producer, conducted by a qualified technician from Kanna or a member of its community, aiming to confront certain geographic evidence with information compiled in databases available to the public and documents provided by the Producers themselves;