Civic applications built atop the blockchain, a distributed open ledger. Also, 'blockchain for good' efforts.
Recommended listen: "Web3 and blockchain applications for local government" episode of the Govlaunch podcast
Finland’s digital money system for asylum seekers shows what blockchain technology can offer the unbanked.
Villages in the Indonesian province of Aceh that have successfully reduced forest fires are to be rewarded through a clever new scheme that uses blockchain-based smart contracts. Here's how it...
Cash Transfers & Blockchain
A new movement says that crypto-voting can purify democracy—and eventually eliminate the need for governments altogether.
The News Provenance Project seeks to diminish the spread of misinformation by empowering readers to make more informed, confident judgments about the news they see online.
Voatz is on a mission to make voting safer and more accessible. All citizens have a right to vote regardless of their circumstance.
It’s not just for financial institutions; government agencies can use this digital ledger technology to protect trusted records and simplify interactions with citizens.
Raise support for revolutionary leaders.
National Endowment for Democracy