the voter token
The VOTER Token can be obtained by sending Ethereum to the Smart Contract Address below.
Tokens Available: 100,000,000 (100 Million)
10 Percent will be used for product development and marketing.
90 Percent will be staked for Voting.
The Voter Token represents the company and is not used to conduct voting within the app that is coming soon.
WHY BLOCKCHAIN VOTING
Voting is one of the most important ways of ensuring that fair and diplomatic decisions are being made. Without voting, people would not be able to have a say on certain decisions and proposed changes. However, there are certain flaws with the current voting system that blockchain can solve.
People want privacy when voting and don’t always want others to know who or what they voted for. Blockchain allows for anonymity when voting. As with transactions on the blockchain, voters can use their public keys to keep themselves anonymous. They can then vote in the system without the worry of others knowing how they voted. Having the ability to guarantee anonymity might then encourage more people to take part in and use the voting system.
Current voting systems often take time to collate and process answers. Often when voting stations are in different areas and offices are not all together, it can be difficult to gather all the information quickly and efficiently. This then leads to time and cost issues. But blockchain can transform all of this. Instead of having to wait for a large number of people to communicate manually, all organisers will be able to see the outcome instantly on the blockchain. Results can be gathered and processed quickly and straight after the voting has finished.
TRANSPARENCY AND TRUST
As citizens, we can trust the outcome of a Blockchain voting system: voters can check the blockchain to verify that their vote was counted correctly, candidates can trust the vote count and election officials can verify and audit the results. Because the system is decentralized, no government or hacker can change the results without immediate detection.
Using blockchain technology, online voting could boost voter participation and help restore the public’s trust in the electoral process and democracy.
ONE VOTE ONE COUNT
The good news is that building a workable, scalable, and inclusive online voting system is now possible, thanks to blockchain technologies. A blockchain is a peer-to-peer network for exchanging anything of value, from stocks, money, intellectual property, and, yes, votes. In a blockchain-based system, public trust in the voting process is achieved not by faith in one single institution, but through cryptography, code, and collaboration among citizens, government agencies, and other stakeholders.
This Blockchain process is Patent Pending under application number: 63087448