Built On Blockchain: Chapter Two - One Block, One Vote

A look on how blockchain can create a more responsive system of governance, and its implementation in entities and communities.

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What's the impact of blockchain technology on individuals, societies, and businesses around the world? Udacity's new Built on Blockchain video series explores the issue, exclusively presented on Entrepreneur Middle East. In the second episode of this six-part series, Chapter Two: One Block, One Vote focuses on how blockchain tech can infuse and rebuilt trust, transparency and efficiency in our daily lives, from improving voting whether in the government or institutions.

Sharing their insights are Voatz co-founder and CEO Nimit Sawhney, Democracy Earth Foundation founder Santiago Siri, Human Rights Foundation Chief Strategy Officer Alex Gladstein, Votem founder and CEO Pete Martin, West Virginia Secretary of State Elections Director Donald Kersey, and venture capitalist Bill Tai, among others, on how blockchain can create a more responsive system of governance, and its implementation in entities and communities. Stay tuned for Built on Blockchain Chapter Three!  

Related: Built On Blockchain: Chapter One - In Trust We Trust

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