French soccer club Paris Saint-Germain is planning to issue its own cryptocurrency as a way to incentivize participation from its international fans.
The Japanese city of Tsukuba has tested a blockchain-based system that lets residents cast votes to decide on local development programs.
After a pilot conducted in May, West Virginia is expanding use of a blockchain voting app to all 55 of the state's counties.
According to researchers at Cornell, blockchains utilizing on-chain voting – such as EOS and Tezos – are vulnerable to certain vote buying…
The blockchain subsidiary of the Russian e-payments firm Qiwi plans to incentivize staff by giving them tokens tied to the firm's net profits.
The Swiss City of Zug is launching a pilot that will allow residents to vote electronically, with both polling system and IDs based on blockchain.
Vitalik Buterin has suggested experimenting with quadratic voting, a governance model furthered by Dr. Glen Weyl, on the ethereum platform.
Banco Santander has completed a blockchain pilot that it says improves the process of proxy voting during annual general meetings.
Australian startup Horizon State is launching a blockchain app pilot in Sumatra that could eventually allow citizens to vote in elections.
In the wake of new growth, developers working on the world's second-largest blockchain are struggling to determine how best to gauge user sentiment.