No, a Blockchain Wouldn’t Have Prevented the Iowa Caucus Debacle
If anything, blockchains add meaningful complexity, which means more ways things could go wrong under imperfect, or real-life conditions.
Moscow's government is giving voters the option of having their ballots recorded on a blockchain despite transparency concerns.
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The vulnerability allowed users votes in the recent constitutional poll to be decrypted, Russian journalists found.
Ohio lawmakers have proposed the launch of a blockchain voting pilot in spite of security experts' repeated warnings against any internet-based elections system.
Iowa's election mess shows the risks of relying on centralized, digital systems and software that lacks transparency.