Utah Becomes First State In Nation To Use Blockchain Voting Technology In Presidential Election
Utah To Utilize Blockchain Voting Technology In 2020 Presidential elections
NEW YORK, NY: The State of Utah has become the first state in the nation to utilize Blockchain voting technology in the 2020 Presidential elections. The mobile vote was cast on Monday using the new voting infrastructure from a registered voter's mobile phone. The new technologies enables Utah voters to cast their ballot using any smart device, and transfer the data to an election county body to be tallied. The first vote ever was cast for independent presidential candidate Brock Pierce, who is also considered a Blockchain pioneer.
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Pierce, an iconic childhood actor who made billions in the tech industry, is available to explain the Blockchain and its historic first use, and discuss whether Blockchain voting is a solution to interference, election counting concerns, and voter turnout.
About Brock Pierce
Born into a middle-class home to a mother who was a preacher and a father who worked in construction, Pierce began his career early as a child-actor, starring in The Mighty Ducks and First Kid. At 16, Pierce’s love for technology and its limitless possibilities inspired him to become an entrepreneur and eventually a leader in blockchain technology--a modern vehicle for the American dream.
Brock Pierce is an entrepreneur, philanthropist, and father. Brock has an extensive track record of founding, advising and investing in innovative businesses and foundations has made him a global thought leader. Pierce is a frequent public speaker and has spoken at Singularity University, Milken Global Conference, Mobile World Congress, Wired, INK, Stanford University, USC, and UCLA.
He has been featured in numerous publications including The New York Times, Forbes, The London Times, Fortune, Wired, and Rolling Stone.