Mobile voting effort comes to D.C.
The push for smartphone-enabled voting funded by venture capitalist Bradley Tusk is eying the nation's capital as its next proving ground.
What happened with blockchain in state government?
Very little has happened with blockchain in state government.
Flush with cryptocurrency, Miami wants to give every resident some bitcoin
Miami Mayor Francis Suarez said the city will partner with cryptocurrency exchanges to provide residents with digital wallets.
Miami's crypto 'concierge' explains why he's taking his paycheck in bitcoin
Miami's chief information officer said he signed up for cryptocurrency payments to avoid continuing "to live in the current paradigm.”
Philadelphia unveils 'Blockchain for City Government' project
Philadelphia CIO Mark Wheeler said the city is calling for blockchain and cryptocurrency experts to share their ideas for local government applications of the technologies.
Blockchains backs off 'innovation zones' concept in Nevada
Blockchains founder and CEO Jeffrey Berns said he's pulling out of further talks, citing the absence of "a champion" for the project.
Cities aren't quite ready for blockchain, CIOs say
Technology officials say they're interested in distributed-ledger technology, but that they have a few questions before their cities start investing.
Mobile voting booster Bradley Tusk to spend another $10 million to build new system
Tusk is partnering with some of his former critics to develop a new mobile-voting platform he hopes can be used eventually by "millions of voters."
San Jose launches cryptocurrency pilot to close digital divide
San Jose will deploy 20 hotspots that also mine cryptocurrency throughout the city with the aim of subsidizing internet costs for 1,300 households.
MiamiCoin creator says 'every startup city' will get a coin within two years
CityCoins founder Patrick Stanley said he's planning to expand to new locations.