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Block.one has issued its own set of criteria to use when voting for EOS block producers, perhaps controversially including where they are based.
Ohio lawmakers have proposed the launch of a blockchain voting pilot in spite of security experts' repeated warnings against any internet-based elections system.
A hacker has attempted to disrupt a blockchain voting system currently being used to help decide constitutional changes in the Russian Federation.
U.S. Senate staffers, hunting for tech to keep their chamber legislating through crises, floated blockchain voting in an April 30 continuity of Senate memo.
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.