Using the technology doesn’t tackle the problems concerning remote voter identification and management—and there is a risk that malware on computers or a hacked voting app could result in the wrong vote being recorded on a blockchain. There’s no way to audit results relative to voter intent either, and in any case, many blockchain protocols simply aren’t scalable enough to cope with a national election where millions of people vote in a single day.
Polys voting machines bring immutability to polling stations
Cybersecurity firm Kaspersky’s new blockchain-based Polys voting machines marks a different direction in the growing field of blockchain-based voting—into the voting booth.
Iowa primary debacle could boost blockchain-based voting
The first Democratic presidential primary fell flat after reporting problems that might have been avoided with blockchain balloting
A disastrous switchover to an unready-for-primetime app for reporting vote tallies left Iowa's critical, first-in-the-nation caucus results completely unknown amid claims of unspecified “inconsistencies” and chaos.