In a First, Japanese City Deploys Online Blockchain Voting System

The government of the Japanese city of Tsukuba has introduced an online voting system, powered by blockchain, to enable residents to vote for social development programs. The first-of-its-kind digital vote in Japan, Tsukuba will use Japan’s “My Number” system – a 12-digit social security identifier afforded to all Japanese residents – to verify voters’ credentials The post In a First, Japanese City Deploys Online Blockchain Voting System appeared first on CCN

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West Virginia Becomes First state to Implement Blockchain Mobile Voting Solution

West Virginia is testing a secure military mobile voting solution for military service members who can’t vote in person.  It will become the first such state to test mobile voting by blockchain in a federal election . Secretary of State Mac Warner has declared the launch of a secure military mobile voting solution for the The post West Virginia Becomes First state to Implement Blockchain Mobile Voting Solution appeared first on CCN

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