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Members of the Ohio House of Representatives have proposed a pilot program that would use blockchain technology to allow overseas troops registered to vote in the state to safely do so remotely. So reports Coindesk.

ballot 1294935 640 smallThe bill was introduced by Democrats looking to overhaul election laws in Ohio. The proposal comes as internet-reliant voting has come under heavy scrutiny from security experts and researchers who have argued those systems are impossible to secure fully.

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