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Blockchain technology is applied to voting for increased transparency

Implications - While blockchain technology is still in its infancy, its application in voting means that we can almost guarantee security while allowing for increased participation for remote legally registered voters. With electoral fraud being highly scrutinized as of late, blockchain technology has the potential to provide a foundation where institutions can work to restore faith in electoral systems, and could contribute to more accessible voting processes.

Workshop Question - How might the guaranteed security of blockchain technology impact your industry?
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Remote Voting Systems - Blockchain Technology Increases Shareholder Participation in Estonia
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Untested 170 Clicks Pub: Jul 28, 16
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Blockchain Technology Increases Shareholder Participation in Estonia
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Blockchain Voting Apps - The State of West Virginia is Trialing a Blockchain-Secured Voting App
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The State of West Virginia is Trialing a Blockchain-Secured Voting App
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This Year and Mild 239 Clicks Pub: Mar 26, 18
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The Agora Digital Voting System Uses Blockchain Technology
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'Polys' Uses Blockchain Technology to Encrypt Voting and Polling
Considering that so many of daily life’s activities are carried out online, Polys is a new platform that’s looking to expand another part of society into the digital realm: voting. The... [More]
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