More people are more wiling to try online voting these days. But experts say it isn’t safe, and – despite what you might have heard – blockchain doesn’t help much. Not yet, at least.
Ohio lawmakers have proposed the launch of a blockchain voting pilot in spite of security experts’ repeated warnings against any internet-based elections system.
Bug bounty platform HackerOne severed ties with Medici Ventures-backed Voatz, the blockchain-based mobile voting app for breach of partnership standards.
New audit of Voatz echoes an earlier MIT report, finding numerous issues with the platform
West Virginia will not continue with its use of blockchain-based mobile voting software Voatz amid security concerns from experts.
Overstock CEO and Medici Ventures President Jonathan Johnson believes crypto investments are finally ready to enter the real world.
Voatz, a mobile-focused voting and citizen engagement platform, announced today that it participated in the U.S. Census Bureau’s technology Demo Day. The company, which raised $7 million this past summer, demonstrated how the U.S. Census Bureau c…