Blockchain Voting Solutions Emerge, While Democrats Go Postal

Marxist organizers “Shut Down D.C.” staged a protest at Postmaster General Louis DeJoy’s home on Saturday and the Democrats are following their lead by rushing back to Congress to investigate the Trump Administration for allegedly tampering with the Post Office’s ability to deliver on mail-in-voting.

Meanwhile it was revealed the U.S. Post Office filed a patent on Feb. 7, 2020 for more secure blockchain mail-in-voting that was just approved on Aug. 13. (The filing was before the lockdowns and before the Democrats’ big push for mail-in-voting.)

While too late for this year, secure voting is also being worked on by the organization “Follow My Vote” as described above. Their idea is to cast votes as transactions, where a blockchain audit trail makes it impossible to change or remove votes.

More information on how the blockchain works with banks.