Blockchain Integrated Voting Technology

Blockchain Voting

Built on consensus-forming protocols, which are used to determine which packaged block of data will be next in line for development.

Delegated Proof of Stake (DPOS)

DPOS implements a layer of technological democracy to offset the negative effects of centralization.


Smart Contracts

Open-source online voting application focused on decentralizing voter data, safeguarding blockchain voting and crowdsourcing the future we choose to experience.

Open Source

Voters can are assigned one unique vote per project, with additional votes available for purchase and used to endorse a resolution.


What’s Our Objective?

Proof of Work
Proof of Stake
Proof of Time
Proof of Ownership

We seek to bring future possibilities into physical experience. Our objective is simply to bring about a sustainable future that operates in balance with nature.

Objective consensus protocol would allow blockchain voting systems to be extended to any computing device for users to participate equally in the creation and validation of blocks.

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Ethereum Transactions Per Second


EOS Transactions Per Second


Crypto Market (in Billions)


Verified Smart Contracts

Integrated Technologies

A group of smart contracts will run what is known as a “decentralized autonomous organization” (DAO) or a “distributed autonomous corporation” (DAC)—in other words, a corporation distilled to its most basic tasks, and operated by little more than code and the logic of if this, then that.

Explore the time and cost benefits of blockchain, as well as increased security, transparency and efficiency that the technology could inject into the process of creation.

By leveraging collective intelligence to crowdsource solutions, we expect to expand exponential growth across every major industry on our planet.

Delegated Proof-of-Stake (DPOS) is the fastest, most flexible, most efficient, and most decentralized, consensus model available, very comparable to a technological democracy.





  • How is Consensus Achieved?

    Consensus can be used by a group of people scattered around the world to create a more equal and fair society.

    A method by which consensus decision-making is achieved is called “consensus mechanism”.

    Delegated Proof of Stake (DPOS) is a new method of securing a crypto-currency’s network. DPOS attempts to solve the problems of both Bitcoin’s traditional Proof of Work system, and the Proof of Stake system of Peercoin and NXT. DPOS implements a layer of technological democracy to offset the negative effects of centralization.

  • How Does it Work?

    Using blockchain technology, we can make sure that those who are voting are who they say they are and are legally allowed to vote. Plus, by using blockchain technology, anyone who knows how to use a cell phone can understand the technology required for voting.

  • Why Use Blockchain Technology?

    By casting votes as transactions, we can create a blockchain which keeps track of the tallies of the votes. This way, everyone can agree on the final count because they can count the votes themselves. Also, because of the blockchain audit trail, they can verify that no votes were changed or removed.

    “The “blockchain” — the engine on which Bitcoin is built — is a new kind of distributed consensus system that allows transactions, or other data, to be securely stored and verified without any centralized authority at all.”

    – Jon Evans



  • How could Blockchain Technology be used for Voting?

    The blockchain protocol is a means of logging and verifying records that is transparent and distributed among users. Usually, votes are recorded, managed, counted and checked by a central authority. Blockchain-enabled e-voting (BEV) would empower voters to do these tasks themselves, by allowing them to hold a copy of the voting record. The historic record was changeable because other voters would see that the record differs from theirs. Illegitimate votes were null because other voters would be able to scrutinize whether votes were compatible with the rules. BEV would shift power and trust away from central actors, such as electoral authorities, and foster the development of a tech-enabled community consensus.