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  • Russia's Blockchain Based E-Vote System Suffers Node Attack
    Russia's Blockchain Based E-Vote System Suffers Node Attack
    The Bitfury-powered blockchain for the Russian constitutional amendments was reportedly attacked over the weekend. Russia’s blockchain-based voting system for the constitutional amendments has reportedly been attacked via an election observer’s node.  As reported by state-owned news agency TASS, the attack occurred on June 27 around 8 PM CET.
  • Russia's Blockchain Voting System Malfunctions Soon After Going Live
    Russia's Blockchain Voting System Malfunctions Soon After Going Live
    Russia’s blockchain vote, powered by Bitfury, is off to a shaky start. Russia’s blockchain-based voting system for the Constitutional amendments is off to a rocky start after going live earlier today, according to local media reports.  E-voting, scheduled to take place from June 25 to June 30 for residents of Moscow and Nizhniy Novgorod, is based on the Exonum blockchain platform developed by Bitfury.