electronic voting

Voatz Looks to Make Mobile Voting More Accessible Through NACM Partnership

Voatz Looks to Make Mobile Voting More Accessible Through NACM Partnership

The election startup Voatz is looking to make its platform more accessible through a new partnership with the National Center for Accessible Media (NCAM). The NCAM will essentially be evaluating the utility of the app, which is available for Android and iOS and will theoretically make it easier for people with disabilities to participate in…

Electronic Voting Company Neuvote Partners with FaceTec for Biometric Authentication

Electronic Voting Company Neuvote Partners with FaceTec for Biometric Authentication

“The integration of FaceTec’s ZoOm, shown to be the most secure biometric authentication method available, provides a solid foundation of trust for the rest of our solution.” – Matthew Heuman, CEO, Neuvote Having developed one of the most sophisticated mobile biometric authentication solutions in play, FaceTec is now taking a big step into the world…

Voatz Brings Mobile Voting to  Oregon and Expands to Utah’s Disabled Community

Voatz Brings Mobile Voting to Oregon and Expands to Utah’s Disabled Community

Voatz is launching mobile voting pilot programs in two new US jurisdictions. The Oregon counties of Jackson and Umatilla will allow overseas voters and active duty military personnel to vote with their smartphones during special elections in November. Those interested in participating can request an absentee ballot and then use the Voatz app to confirm their identity and…

E-Voting Company Agora Picks Onfido for Identity Verification

E-Voting Company Agora Picks Onfido for Identity Verification

Onfido will be providing secure identity verification for the blockchain e-voting company Agora. Through the new partnership, citizens will be asked to provide a selfie and an official government ID when using the Agora app or a dedicated voting machine. Onfido’s technology will then compare the selfie to the photo on that ID, only allowing…

Denver Municipal Election Gets Mobile Voting Courtesy of Voatz

Denver Municipal Election Gets Mobile Voting Courtesy of Voatz

Active-duty military and overseas voters will be able to use their mobile phones to vote in Denver’s upcoming municipal election. The pilot program will utilize a blockchain-based voting platform designed by Voatz, which previously provided blockchain technology for mobile voting in municipal and general elections in West Virginia. The Denver news comes courtesy of Tusk…