Tag Archives: voting

Can Blockchain Help Ensure Fraud-Free Voting?

In Wednesday’s meeting between Donald Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani and Republican senators in the Pennsylvania legislature about potential voter fraud in the state, a state senator suggested blockchain as a potential cure for the kind of voter fraud that is alleged. . A company called VOATZ has the technology to …

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Possibility with blockchain-based voting system and more

Last week “Blockchain This Week” talked about how security risks can persist even with blockchain-based voting systems, as highlighted in a report prepared by MIT researchers However, some researchers continue to argue that blockchain technology could be the answer to many of the concerns raised about voting methods prevalent during …

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Security risks can persist with Blockchain voting systems, MIT says

Security risks may persist on the internet and blockchain-based voting systems, a study by researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology found. Blockchain-based voting systems were believed to be a relatively safer tool for conducting elections, immune to the risks associated with other methods The MIT document is titled “Going …

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Waves Enterprise releases blockchain voting platform to the public

Waves Enterprise, the business-focused spin-off of the Waves project, has announced the public release of its blockchain voting system aimed primarily at corporations and board governance. The Waves system uses the blockchain at every stage of the voting process, as votes are recorded and then counted with full cryptographic guarantees. …

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Blockchain for voting: a warning from MIT

Blockchain and cryptocurrency, fraud management and cybercrime, fraud risk management Researchers say blockchain presents more problems than it solves Jeremy Kirk (jeremy_kirk) • November 17, 2020 Blockchain technology, for all its cryptographic intelligence, has often been derided as the solution it’s looking for a problem. See also: Ignite ’20: a …

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Hoskinson contradicts Harvard, MIT study on blockchain voting

Source: Aleksandra Sova – Shutterstock Research from MIT and Harvard concludes that a blockchain-based voting system would pose more security concerns than the existing system. Cardano’s inventor, Charles Hoskinson, refutes the research findings. IOHK CEO and Cardano inventor Charles Hoskinson has released a video that refutes the findings of a …

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On Blockchain Voting – Security Boulevard

Blockchain voting is an incredibly stupid idea for a variety of reasons. I have generally quoted Matt Blaze: Why is blockchain voting a stupid idea? I’m glad you asked. For beginners: It does not solve any problems that civil elections actually have. It is fundamentally incompatible with “software independence” which …

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