For Bryan Daugherty, regardless of who will dominate the midterm polls, the Congress and the Senate will likely push regulators to be more involved and focused on the digital asset industry.
Verifiable electronic voting using Merkle trees could be the foundation of a silver bullet that remedies the complaints of both sides in the election integrity debate, Unbounded Capital’s Dave Mullen-Muhr writes.
Hoping to improve elections in the first world and third world, Kaspersky’s Polys system promises easier and more transparent voting.
Andrew Yang thinks the current voting system is too hard, but mobile voting saved to a blockchain is the key to success.
Utah joined a small handful of other states in the U.S. when it announced that it was ready to fully embrace the use of blockchain technology.
In its advisory opinion, the U.S. Federal Election Commission determined that the OMR tokens don’t constitute compensation.
At a recent blockchain summit, several European leaders discussed the development of blockchain technology, and suggested regulations will only hold it back.
United Russia, the ruling party of Russia, has launched a blockchain-based electronic voting system for preliminary voting.
Denver will look to make overseas and absentee voting much easier and more reliable by introducing blockchain technology.
A few states have elected governors and other legislators that have built their platforms on the promise of expanding cryptocurrency adoption.