Campaign Privacy Statements Open Voters to Data Sharing
By signing up for one election campaign, you're often consenting to work with others.
We asked CoinDesk readers where they're putting their money in this weird financial period. The answers were surprising.
West Virginia will not continue with its use of blockchain-based mobile voting software Voatz amid security concerns from experts.
Recent election tech foul-ups have people scrambling for paper ballots. But they're not really the future of voting, says Intercoin's Greg Magarshak.
Buying votes is a big no-no in traditional democracies, but on the world’s eighth-largest blockchain it’s become an accepted way of doing business.
With Iowa election results still unconfirmed, Markets Daily is back and digging into the question: Would a blockchain have helped?