Elections

South Korea: Blockchain will Make Sure Politicians Fulfill Their Promises
Apr 11, 2020 at 08:16
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South Korea: Blockchain will Make Sure Politicians Fulfill Their Promises
The election to the National Assembly, which is normally held once every four years, is coming on April 15, and it has attracted a lot of people's attention. As previously it has been difficult to track electoral promises, now they will be recorded on the blockchain to make politicians actually fulfil them.
Bitcoin Supporting US Presidential Candidate Drops out of Race Nine Months from Polling Day
Feb 13, 2020 at 13:49
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Bitcoin Supporting US Presidential Candidate Drops out of Race Nine Months from Polling Day
Andrew Yang, the Bitcoin supporter running for US president, dropped out of the presidential race with just nine months left until polling day. Yang who came into the limelight in 2017 after declaring his intentions to run for president is popular for supporting crypto especially bitcoin. Andrew cited small followers as the main reason for dropping out of the competitive upcoming elections.
Italy Uses Blockchain to Protect Elections from Interference
Sep 02, 2019 at 12:25
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Italy Uses Blockchain to Protect Elections from Interference
The influence of a foreign country on elections has brought to the fore the issue of blockchain. The government of Italy is trying to examine in detail what benefits technological innovation could bring, however, there are many problems to be faced with the aim of arriving at a universal digital suffrage.
USA, Italy, and Denmark to Use Blockchain in E-Voting
Aug 13, 2019 at 12:24
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USA, Italy, and Denmark to Use Blockchain in E-Voting
A good number of countries including the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Italy, Estonia, Ukraine, Denmark and Russia are planning to use blockchain or distributed ledger technology (DLT) to conduct their polls via sophisticated electronic processes and in other vital sectors. As the US presidential elections are getting closer, some blockchain-friendly candidates including Andrew Yang are proposing the use of the technology in e-polling, to avoid vote rigging and manipulation of poll results as what happened in the last elections.
Facebook CEO Preserves his Position after Elections
Jun 03, 2019 at 13:05
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Facebook CEO Preserves his Position after Elections
CEO and founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, recently won another leadership election at the company’s yearly general committee meeting. Most of the institutional shareholders of Facebook (FB), a California-based online social media and social networking service firm, wanted Zuckerberg to retire from being chairman of the board so as he can effectively manage other daily operational activities of the firm.
Di Maio & Giarrusso to Boost Blockchain Adoption in Italy
May 30, 2019 at 10:29
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Di Maio & Giarrusso to Boost Blockchain Adoption in Italy
The 2019 European election is finally over and the elected representatives of the Five Star Movement (M5S), a political party in Italy founded in October 2009, will occupy the 14 seats available, however, the results show a drop in preferences for minister Luigi Di Maio, a popular cryptocurrency and blockchain enthusiast. Barred from the cutting-edge policies and stunned by hullabaloo after falling back on a position at the Ministry of Education, Dino Giarrusso becomes the most voted candidate in the M5S. The names of the candidates with vision for the North West, North East, Center, South and Islands districts in Italy are also being picked out.
Georgian Politicians Offer Cryptocurrency Bribe for Votes
Apr 19, 2019 at 10:57
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Georgian Politicians Offer Cryptocurrency Bribe for Votes
A major political scandal has taken place in Georgia. The opposition party called Girchi has promised everyone who votes for its candidate in the next elections, crypto coins worth $50. Such an act has been immediately recognized by opponents as a bribe.
Blockchain to be Used in West Virginia for Voting in 2020
Apr 17, 2019 at 13:47
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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.
EU: Google Discovers Over 6,200 Scam Ad Accounts in Italy
Mar 16, 2019 at 13:39
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EU: Google Discovers Over 6,200 Scam Ad Accounts in Italy
Fake news around the world increase day in day out at a terrible speed. In January this year, Google successfully removed around 6,226 scam advertising accounts in Italy. Meanwhile, the European Union (EU) parliamentary elections will start from May 23-26.
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