Experts explain why blockchain-based systems are still more efficient then paper ballots or online voting systems
For the first time ever, the results of a U.S. presidential election have been recorded on a blockchain. But is the data valid?
Analysts make a slew of wild predictions as Bitcoin continues its moon mission in this week’s Bad Crypto podcast
“I haven’t yet seen a blockchain system that I would trust with a county-fair jellybean count, much less a presidential election.”
There is a way to give the voting system greater legitimacy and veracity: backing it with blockchain technology.
The new system will bring blockchain security and immutability to local elections as well as reinforce Tsukuba City’s “smart city” initiative
At the beginning of the year, the trading platform FTX Exchange launched a futures market so people can bet on the U.S. election and created a futures contract token called TRUMP. On Friday, FTX revealed that the exchange is lifting the initial margin requirements to $0.50 for its TRUMP token contracts. Individuals who don’t live […]
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“The vote will be 100% secure,” said Avosvotes CEO Florian Ribière.
On September 16, the Bitcoin Unlimited development team launched a new application called Votepeer. The software is powered by the Bitcoin Cash network and allows anyone to set up a transparent two-option voting process. This week a couple of Bitcoin Unlimited (BU) developers released a new voting protocol called Votepeer. BU software engineers, Dagur and […]
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Has Russia fixed its elections with permissioned blockchain technology from Waves?