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Election Monitors Call Russia's Blockchain Voting a Black Box: Report
The Russian Central Election Commission won't allow observers to look under the hood of its blockchain voting system, experts say.
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Bitcoin News Roundup for Dec. 7, 2020
With the price of bitcoin struggling to break through $20K and a possible rollback of Trump-era crypto rules in the US, CoinDesk's Market's Daily is back with another crypto news roundup.
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New MIT Paper Roundly Rejects Blockchain Voting as Solution to Election Woes
An encryption inventor and the head of MIT’s Digital Currency Initiative are among authors of a new paper that points out why blockchain and voting are a bad pairing.
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Digital Voting Is Coming. Let's Do It Right.
Cryptographic techniques, like zk-SNARKs and blockchains, could ensure online voting is secure and private.
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Overstock Touts Voatz Blockchain Voting App as Solution to US Election Fracas
The comments come days before a ballot count marred in uncertainty.
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Russia's New Blockchain Elections Remain Centralized
There will be two blockchain voting pilots for Russia's off-year election next month.
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US Postal Service Envisions Blockchain-Backed Mail-In Voting
Whether the USPS intends to experiment with its mail-in voting system was unclear Thursday.
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Russian Voters' Data on Sale After Blockchain Poll to Keep Putin in Power: Report
Russians voted electronically, using blockchain tech, to keep Putin in power. Now, hackers may be selling the personal data of over a million of those voters.
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Bug in Moscow’s Blockchain Polling System Can Reveal How Users Voted: Report
The vulnerability allowed users votes in the recent constitutional poll to be decrypted, Russian journalists found.
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Moscow Said to Hire Kaspersky to Build Voting Blockchain With Bitfury Software
Moscow's government is giving voters the option of having their ballots recorded on a blockchain despite transparency concerns.
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