Payments processor Square is making its services available to more businesses that sell cannabidiol (CBD) products, according toForbes.

Square said in a blog post: “We believe everyone should be able to participate and thrive in the economy. Today, we’re thrilled to launch our CBD early-access program, which allows businesses in the U.S. to sell CBD products on Square quickly, easily, and securely.”

Square said that products sold through its platform must be hemp-derived and contain less than 0.3% THC.
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This is part of an ongoing issue of banks and credit card processors refusing to service companies that sell hemp products: Back in June,Thrive Market was forced to stop selling CBDby their credit card processor. TheHouse recently votedto allow financial institutions the opportunity to provide services to CBD-related businesses, however, marking a turning tide for providers of CBD products.

Get more details from Squarehere.