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The technology promises to be a secure and efficient way of confirming voter ID.
Princeton Computer Science Professor Michael Freedman on why scaling this blockchain-based computing platform will be so difficult.
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Technology stays one step ahead of government.
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"It will impact every aspect of our existence."
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