Nasdaq Declares Blockchain Voting Trial a ‘Success’
Exchange operator Nasdaq has come to some positive conclusions about a blockchain e-voting trial it conducted in Estonia last year.
Muscovites can now vote on things like whether to change the building entrance door or hire a new management company using an ethereum-based platform.
Nasdaq has entered into an agreement with South African central securities depository Strate to deliver a blockchain solution for e-voting.
Internet voting tools – including blockchain apps – have fundamental issues, and are not safe for real elections, a multidisciplinary science group told U.S. policy makers.
A legislative proposal to study the use of blockchain technology for elections in Maine has failed, public records show.
In Malta this week, researchers revealed a proposal for secure blockchain voting that involves no third party for privacy or tallying votes.