17 02, 2018

Vote of Confidence: Countries Looking Forward

By | February 17th, 2018|Ballots, Blockchain, Blockchain Voting, Cost of Voting, Election Reform, Elections, Mobile Voting, Polling|

Vote of Confidence: Countries Looking Forward A few weeks ago, this series focused on two recent voting events in Kenya and Venezuela that demonstrated how the shortcomings of a traditional electoral process cast results into doubt and erode trust between governments and their constituents. The piece illustrated a dire, but nonetheless salient, [...]

2 02, 2018

“Vote of Confidence”: The State of Global Voting

By | February 2nd, 2018|Blockchain, Cost of Voting, Elections, Uncategorized|

"Vote of Confidence": The State of Global Voting

29 01, 2018

Vote of Confidence: Kenya and Venezuela

By | January 29th, 2018|Blockchain, Election Reform, Elections, Security, Uncategorized, Voter Turnout, Voting Rights, Voting Technology|

Vote of Confidence: Kenya and Venezuela 2017 has been as news-heavy as any year in recent memory. Amidst the barrage of stories that streaked across our screens this past year, two, in particular, caught the eye of the staff here at Votem. Contested elections in Kenya and Venezuela led to massive protests and [...]

21 01, 2018

Introducing “Vote of Confidence”

By | January 21st, 2018|Blockchain, Blockchain Voting, Elections, Mobile Voting, Online voting|

  Introducing “Vote of Confidence” At Votem, we are consumed by the mission of creating the most democratic voting system in existence. So, naturally, we spend a lot of our time researching the voting industry. Typical news media, on the other hand, does not cover the topics that really pique our interest. Sure, during election [...]

27 11, 2017

Why Are We Still Hanging Around With Chad?

By | November 27th, 2017|Blockchain, Elections, Mobile Voting, Online voting, Voting Technology|

Why Are We Still Hanging Around With Chad? There is no question that the application of technology to facilitate voting is inevitable. In an age of smartphones and near-ubiquitous internet connectivity, the idea of standing and waiting in line, for hours at a time, in order to cast a vote on a [...]

17 11, 2017

Voting for a Mobile Future

By | November 17th, 2017|Blockchain, Token Sale|

Voting for a Mobile Future How Votem is Improving Trust, Transparency, and Efficiency in Voting Freedom House recently released a report detailing the increased level of ‘meddling’ by foreign entities in national elections. Reports of Russian interference in the U.S. and external influences in at least 17 other countries were highlighted. These findings [...]