Friday, June 23, 2017

Blockchain ballots

How about this for an idea: blockchain software to replace ballots for the general election. Combined with two-factor or even three-factor authentication, all registered voters can be assigned unique identifiers that are by their very nature tamper-proof, as blockchain technology has demonstrated a great deal of security and legitimacy among its users. Then we won't be put on edge every time Raila Odinga says one thing about al Ghurair and the Jubilation loses its freaking minds.

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