How Votem Makes Elections More Accessible, Trustworthy, and Transparent by Using a Blockchain

In this episode of Blockteq Talk, Jeff Stern of Votem explains the work that Votem does and how they help make elections more accessible, trustworthy and secure by using a blockchain. Jeff also details the problems that exist within the existing voting system, why Votem and blockchain voting is well suited to solve these problems, the difficulties Votem faces, how Votem stands out from other mobile voting platforms, Votem’s open source “Proof of Vote” blockchain system, and much more.

As promised, here are links to definitions of some of the confusing technical terms used within this episode. If you are unsure about anything that is not listed here, you can ask any question you may have here.

Listen below, on Apple Podcasts or Spotify!

3 Replies to “How Votem Makes Elections More Accessible, Trustworthy, and Transparent by Using a Blockchain”

  1. this was really good Walton! Will have to come back for some of the course/explanations, as what I’ve tried to learn re: blockchain, etc…hasn’t sunk in yet.

    1. Hi John!
      I’m glad you liked it! As for the concepts of the blockchain not sinking in yet, that’s pretty normal.
      The courses are a good way to go, but I also recommend the first episode of the podcast as the blockchain gets explained in depth for beginners there.
      If you’re still having trouble, don’t hesitate to ask a question on the “contact” section of the site and I’ll do my best to answer it! Thanks for listening to this!

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