Blockchain Transparency In Voting And Politics
Commenting with formidable eloquence on the interview with Mayor Brad Pettitt of the City of Fremantle, on transparency in voting and politics at large, is Sophie Amat: Crypto and Blockchain Writer.
Sophie speaks of how voting on the blockchain not only keeps a real record of votes (which cannot be changed or tampered with), she also mentions the importance of politicians being held accountable to both their election promises by having these recorded on the blockchain, and also for people to be able to see what steps are being taken to realise those promises.
Full and transparent accountability, how funds are being spent, what steps have been taken, what’s up next – all sorts of checklists detailing the truth of a given policy and how it’s being enacted.
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