Using Blockchain to Verify Elections

The validity of presidential elections has been in doubt in numerous cases. What’s more, one of the most high-profile cases – the US presidential election – has not yet fully played itself out. Perhaps this is why the election observer organization National Public Monitoring (NOM) has decided to store data on 100 thousand independent observers in a single system during…

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Ahoolee, the world’s first product search engine, launches ICO

After a successful pre-sale in May which saw Ahoolee sell $200,000 tokens in the first 30 minutes, the Russian-based company is hosting their ICO this week. Ahoolee compares online prices worldwide and displays historical product pricing trends, while also facilitating crypto-currency payments for purchases. The company uses a decentralized platform for collecting and indexing information from open sources with confirmation…

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Initial Coin Offerings: Upcoming ICO’s this Week

Initial coin offerings are all the rage right now, if you haven't heard about them yet, buckle in, you will soon.  Here's how Robert Hackett described it to Fortune:  It's sort of like an IPO, except for early stage blockchain projects. It’s effectively a Kickstarter campaign that uses blockchain-based "tokens" (aka app coins, cryptocurrencies, digital assets) to raise money. Here's…

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