Coverage of the 2016 election seems to drag on forever, with allegations of manipulation and voter fraud leading the headlines. In addition to their vulnerability, current methods of voting, such as paper ballots, are slow and costly while not ideal for regions lacking polling stations.
Blockchain smart contracts are finally good for something in the real world
A startup says it has tackled a long-standing problem that has kept smart contracts from responding to actual events.
Blockchain 2019: How crypto will convert cash, property into digital assets
While they're still nascent, new start-ups are launching that allow users to convert cash, property and digital assets into cryptocurrency that can be tracked and kept in a blockchain immutable record. But there are also some tall road blocks.
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