City of Denver to Pilot Blockchain Voting App in Coming Elections
The U.S. city of Denver plans to utilize a blockchain system from a firm called Voatz to store and track votes in its May municipal elections.
Utah County is to pilot the mobile voting app from Voatz in its municipal primary election in August.
There are a number of blockchain projects affirming they have a system of on-chain governance that works. But is that true?
A blockchain system that will soon be used to allow Moscow residents to vote in elections is currently easy to hack, according to a researcher.
Blockchain-based mobile voting platform Voatz has raised $7 million in a Series A round led by Overstock's Medici Ventures and Techstars.
A former prime minister of Denmark and secretary-general of NATO has joined blockchain identity startup Concordium as a strategic advisor.