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Eurovision-2019 voting can take place on the Ethereum or EOS blockchain

Eurovision-2019: voting on the EOS or Ethereum blockchain
Eurovision-2019: voting on the EOS or Ethereum blockchain

Eurovision-2019 voting can take place on the blockchainBlockchain
is a continuous and sequential block chain of information (digital linked list). When building a blockchain, copies of related blocks are simultaneously stored on multiple computers.Details
of Ethereum or EOS platforms. This was told by the representative of the blockchain community in Belarus, Alexander Lozben on his Twitter account.


Blockchain for Eurovision-2019

Alexander Lozben said that the Eurovision-2019 voting can be made honest, modern and gain the confidence of the audience. Such a result, in his opinion, can be achieved thanks to the blockchain technology and the Ethereum or EOS platforms.

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“Every year, Eurovision faces mistrust. I represent a crypto-community in Belarus, and we can offer a blockchain solution that will be transparent to all. Hi jonolasand – let's make Eurovision modern and trustworthy together” – Alexander Lozben, Twitter.

As you know, voting at Eurovision has repeatedly faced harsh criticism and doubts about the collection of votes. Therefore, Alexander Lozben, who, by the way, is the founder of the Cryptocode company and a member of the board of the Belarusian Blockchain Association, appealed to the founder of the contest, Jon Ola Sand, with a proposal to count and fix votes on the blockchain.

Eurovision-2019 voting can take place on the Ethereum or EOS blockchain. Recall that the SWIFT payment system also began using the blockchain for transparent voting on the board of directors.

Editor: Yulia Krasnaya

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