Blockchain to be Used in West Virginia for Voting in 2020
In 2018, West Virginia used the blockchain to conduct voting for a midterm election, and this made it the first U.S state to replace the ballot with a new technology. The state will go forward with the use of blockchain and distributed ledger technology (DLT) in all voting exercises, as stated by Donald Kersey, elections director in the West Virginia Secretary of State’s Office.
Italian Entrepreneurs Embrace Blockchain and Innovations
Group of young businessmen organize a meeting on the subject of blockchain and its peculiarities at Liuc University, Italy. More and more people have started to feel a need for researching this new financial technology and finding out how to implement it in their businesses.
A New Era of Public Chain: Ultrain Launches its Mainnet
Today Ultrain announced the official launch of its mainnet, marking another step forward for the world's leading commercial public chain. This achievement makes Ultrain the first blockchain 3.0 project to launch an operational mainnet. A milestone of such magnitude represents a major breakthrough, not only for Ultrain as a project, but for the blockchain industry as whole.