South Korea's National Election Commission says it is building a blockchain-based voting platform to be trialed in December.
Betting on elections to the U.S. House has brought over $700,000 onto the platform, pushing the midterms market into the top spot.
Take it from someone who's actually received crypto campaign donations.
Candidates for public office in California may soon be able to accept cryptocurrencies as donations, though the practice has not yet been codified.
Early results from elections on the neo blockchain suggest the world's 12th largest cryptocurrency may be struggling to deliver on promised claims.
The revelation bitcoin may have played a role in one of the biggest U.S. elections scandals has crypto supporters and mainstream pundits talking.
DarkTower director Scott Dueweke said cryptocurrencies are "tailor made" for foreign powers hoping to influence American elections.
The U.S. policymakers will look into potential risks that digital currencies could pose to the American democracy.
Colorado's Secretary of State has proposed allowing political committees to accept contributions in cryptocurrency.
Brian Forde, who is running for the California's 45th district seat in the U.S. House, is pitching himself as the crypto candidate.