Tagged: voting

Cornell Researchers: Blockchain Will Make Online Voting Worse, Not Better

Incorporation of blockchain tech would give a false sense of security to Internet voting, which is a fundamentally insecure proposal, say researchers from Cornell University’s Initiative for Cryptocurrencies and Contracts. Blockchain has been touted as an excellent way to diminish fraud in supply chains and… Read More

Catching Waves: New System Protocol for Blockchain, Launches SIMDAQ on Tidex

SIMDAQ 

The Waves Platform, a decentralized global platform offering an ecosystem for blockchain developers, has begun its process of activating Smart Contracts on the platform’s MainNet. According to the platform, Waves released a new system protocol for its blockchain, the first stage of the launch of Smart… Read More

Votem Plans Public Token Pre-Sale for Mobile Blockchain Voting App: Restoring Trust & Access to Voting

It’s no secret that the mobile voting sector is ripe for much-needed innovation and disruption. Votem, a Cleveland-based blockchain-based voting platform, saw this niche when the startup launched in 2016. Now Votem has put a public presale of Simple Agreements for Future Tokens (SAFT) for… Read More

Waves Platform Utilizes Blockchain for New “Liquid Democracy” Voting System

Earlier this year Crowdfund Insider spoke to CEO Pete Martin about Votem and its own securing public, private and proxy global election systems, which builds on a blockchain-based solution giving democracy back to the people with a swift, safe and secure electoral process. As expected, other platforms… Read More

Votem CEO Pete Martin: Leveraging Blockchain to Secure Global Mobile Voting & Rocking the Vote

“We can do online voting on blockchain in a highly scalable way, and that’s what we did.” Focusing on solving the problem of securing public, private and proxy global election systems, Votem offers a blockchain-based solution which aims to give democracy back to the people by allowing… Read More

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