The video game industry and blockchain and crypto fields seem to be a perfect match. Both communities recognize and appreciate the value of digital objects, lead in cutting-edge technological developments, like to be in full control of their actions, and are addicted to intensive emotions. Non-fungible tokens (NFTs), yield farming, digital scarcity, crowdfunding are just a few examples of common grounds that could bring players, investors, and traders together.
Blockchain voting is certainly an uphill battle. Each of these concerns is a mix of real-world challenges and widely-held misconceptions that need to be teased out from each other and addressed.
But we believe that we have solved the core issues at hand, and what we need now is time, iteration, and testing. Just like paper-ballot voting systems, which initially had to overcome many of the same problems, blockchain voting must evolve and improve over the course of its use.
“Blockchains could certainly help to ensure authenticity of test results, primarily through logistics and equipment audit trails. Specifically, a blockchain can help to verify sample source and handling as well as the specific machines used during a sample’s testing process. Furthermore, blockchain record trails can help to identify testing personnel for increased transparency.”
Democratic election is a serious and critical event for a country. Through voting, citizens have the power to influence the quality of life they want for themselves and future generations, with the election becoming a turning point on the way towards protection and enjoyment of human rights, and the improvement of the well-being of the society.
With the most common way to conduct an election by the use of a paper-based system, the world has witnessed several electoral frauds, where corrupt politicians use illegal and clandestine methods to manipulate election results. Such frauds undermine democratic stability and encourage opponents to discredit election outcomes, resulting in a waste of the country’s resources.