Blockchain Technologies Corp. Releases Web App That Allows Voters To Report Incidents At The Polls

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Blockchain Technologies Corp. releases new web app that allows voters to report suspicious behavior at polling sites on election day.

“Paper ballots are the only way to capture voters’ intent that people have trusted for eons. The patented voting system we have developed uses the blockchain to bring increased transparency and auditability to the counting of ballots." - CEO Nick Spanos

Blockchain Technologies Corp. continues to expand its suite of tamper-resistant blockchain election technology. Their latest addition allows voters to report any suspicious activity or behavior observed in this year’s election. This work is urgent amid news of hackers threatening the upcoming election and at least one candidates’ vocal concerns about possible “rigging” -- justified or otherwise -- undermining the public’s trust in the election process.

The incident reporting system, which is live and can be accessed at VoteWatcher.com/report, will allow voters to report any incidents they suspect of being foul play onto a blockchain database from an easy-to-use website accessible by their mobile phone or computer. By using the blockchain (Florincoin - for its unique ability to store more data) as the means of storage, the reports submitted on the website by voters will become a permanent record that is viewable by anyone and cannot be changed or deleted. The app allows voters to enter contact info if they wish to be contacted for further details about their observations.

Although the company is excited to further public awareness and showcase the capabilities of blockchain technology with their new reporting app, it remains committed to the proven effectiveness of a paper ballot-based system and the integrity of the American electoral process.

“Paper ballots are the only way to capture voters’ intent that people have trusted for eons. The patented voting system we have developed uses the blockchain to bring increased transparency and auditability to the counting of ballots,” says Blockchain Technologies Corp. CEO Nick Spanos.

Blockchain Technologies Corp. is based in New York, NY. They bring sorely-needed technology and increased transparency to the election process. Earlier this year the company live recorded Iowa Caucus results on the blockchain and conducted elections at the Libertarian Party state conventions in Texas and New York. Blockchain Technologies Corp. owns 16.7% of all awarded blockchain patents. For more information visit blockchaintechcorp.com, follow them on Twitter @blocktechcorp, or email info(at)blocktechcorp.com.

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