The rapper's venture firm took part in raising $10 million for new pot-delivery startup, Eaze, this month, and it should go as no surprise. The surprise, though, lies with the company itself, which is the first of its kind to attract such interest by corporate investors, historically skittish about investing in marijuana.
The on-demand pot delivery service raised the sum during its first significant round of capital investment -- and the event is unprecedented, reports Quartz.com. DCM Ventures led the series A round, with 500 Startups and Snoop Dogg's Casa Verde Capital also investing.
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