Voting

Why Cardano Founder Chose Wyoming Over the ‘Giant Egos’ at Harvard

Cardano founder Charles Hoskinson has revealed why the University of Wyoming presented a more attractive choice than Harvard, M...

US Congress Considers Blockchain-Based Voting Amid COVID-19

A staff memo has revealed that the U.S. Congress is considering blockchain technology as a means for the Senate to conduct remo...

This Blockchain Voting App Could Change Elections Forever

There is an effort underway to roll out a blockchain voting app in time for November elections. A voting app is being developed...

Blockchain Voting Systems Could Be the Future, but Current Flaws Persist

As shelter-in-place orders are extended throughout the United States due to the coronavirus pandemic, controversy around online...

Online Voting Not Secure Even With Blockchain, Says US Association

With images from the Wisconsin democratic primary flooding the internet this week showing voters braving hail and cold weather ...

University Students Harness Blockchain for Elections Amid Lockdown

Students enrolled in the University of Malta’s Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies masters program have built a dece...

The Promise and Reality of Blockchain’s Role in Global Elections

As fears of disinformation and election tampering take hold of citizens across the globe, many are left to wonder if there’s a ...

Voatz ‘Blockchain’ App Used in US Elections Has Numerous Security Issues, Says Report

Voatz, the Massachusetts-based company touting a blockchain-enabled mobile voting app, has been met with public criticism for a...
March 14, 2020
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Bad Crypto News of the Week

So, how high is Bitcoin about to go? Analyst Willy Woo thinks it’s going to hit $135,000. It’s a “common-sense prediction” he t...
March 7, 2020
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West Virginia Abandons Blockchain Voting in Favor of Paper

On Feb. 27, West Virginia decided against using blockchain-based platform Voatz for residents with disabilities and citizens re...