Regulators in the European Union are reportedly struggling to decide how best to regulate Facebook Libra and the wider sector.
With the help of the Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai, the Election Commission (EC) of India is developing a blockchain voting system for 900 million eligible voters in India. This will enable Indians to vote from any corner of the world and increase the voter turnout ratio. The recent Delhi elections had a voter turnout of just over 50%. Many people think that the voting day being a Saturday caused the 17 percentage point deduction from the last year’s turnout. The Chief Election Commissioner of India, Mr. Sunil Arora addressed the issue when he was present at the Times Now Summit
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