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April 25, 2018, 08:06:59 AM
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It would be based on e-democracy. Consensus building by constituents in a State or Nation can effectively use the ballot initiative process where available to create legislation that would enable e-democracy legislation. We could lawfully and legally replace politicians with sophisticated blockchain e-democracy using projects like Horizon State, Democracy Earth (coming soon) Votem (coming soon) and Lunyr to facilitate a new paradigm of governance based on consensus on facts, not necessarily popular opinion. The definition of democracy then will change. I'm working to create IQ, (initiative quorum) for crossing all data between multiple platforms and facilitating actual ballot mechanism funding with crypto technology.

I'm here to share ideas and learn, network and find partners for a dynamic project involving three blockchains for social, political and economic change.

Here is a recent Steemit blog I wrote about the topic. I have far more. I'm not an expert at much but I have worked in activism for 15 years or so now. I know that the ballot mechanisms work and I'm working to be a thought influencer advocating for minarchy and libertarianism to be accomplished more objectively with out a Statist paradigm waiting for politicians at all, but a rather occulted area of education based direct democracy. It's not for socialists that want to destroy the US constitution, it's for the constitutional checks and balances to stop corruption and we should use it. 

https://steemit.com/democratarian/@ripac/anarcho-democracy-defining-democratarianism

I'm looking for more Steemit followers and I will use my 12K in Steem to cross promote and re-steem any work related to e-democracy, ballot mechanisms along with the volunaryist solutions when we can have cross support for each other.

This is my first post, I'm here to meet mentors, make friends and help where I can.

This is my Linkedin. https://www.linkedin.com/in/sifu-guillermo/

My website in production is http://cryptopetitioner.com You can read more about my work here. Cheers!
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This is a really interesting concept. I have took a look at the website and you're doing a great job, congrats!!
About the e-democracy, do you think the blockchain technology can be implemented in the elections, in order to prevent fraudulent results?
And, how would you manage it, in the case of being possible?

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April 28, 2018, 01:50:48 AM
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About the e-democracy, do you think the blockchain technology can be implemented in the elections, in order to prevent fraudulent results?
Blockchain won't resolve election fraud issues. More precisely, it will resolve only primitive carousel voting schemes, dead people voting and so on. But the truth is that most of authoritarian or totalitarian regimes have never relied on such a primitive method. It's simpler and cheaper to control the public figures through blackmailing or manipulate the public opinion using the mass media. And you will get anything whatever you want from your people. Most of them even don't consider this as a fraud, and everything is one hundred percent compatible with blockchain.

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