For votes that count.

Netvote Beta Coming Soon
Netvote Beta

Empowering Voters

At the current frequency of elections and the available pool of eligible voters, there should be at least 15 billion ballots cast every year.  Everyone who wants to vote should. Every vote should count. Every count should be verified.

Netvote is an open source voting protocol, soon available on multiple blockchain platforms.  Netvote is built on the Citizen Data Network.

By using Netvote’s voting protocol and associated web and mobile applications, governments, corporations and organizations anywhere will be able to find new and better ways to engage voters. Netvote features can help election administrators lower costs, increase trust, and expand participation.

Built by the team at Citizen Data

Netvote will be built on the Citizen Data Network to protect voter anonymity and ensure vote validity.  Every vote will be stored on the blockchain.  Netvote will support leading blockchain platforms including Ethereum, RChain, EOS and NEO.

Enabling Blockchain Election and Voter Applications

Netvote will be open source and designed for easy integration into partner web, mobile and decentralized applications.

The project will provide:

  • Simple integration APIs with client libraries
  • Open source reference example applications
  • Support for leading blockchain platforms
  • Integration with leading identity providers
  • Simple APIs with a variety of client libraries

Blockchain Advisory Board

Lee Carter

Lee Carter

Advisor

Principal at Reflective Venture Partners, founder of Elysian Ventures with a unique view on planning the financial success of early stage technology companies.

Ralf Gerteis

Ralf Gerteis

Advisor

Seasoned entrepreneur, startup / ICO advisor with focus on ICO strategy, business development and global cooperation.

Lukas Sieber

Lukas Sieber

Advisor

Executive Director North America of Greater Zurich Area; co-founder Mindfire Foundation, a blockchain program to decode principles of human intelligence.

Election Advisory Council

Portia Mills

Portia Mills

Advisor

Multilingual business exec with broad security and international experience. BA Cornell University. MA Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Relations.

Jeffrey Phillips

Jeffrey Phillips

Advisor

Over a decade experience as a democracy practitioner in congressional and nonprofit sectors; accredited election observer in Tunisia, Timor Leste, India and Indonesia.

Amy Hamblin

Amy Hamblin

Advisor

Deep experience in civic engagement and advocacy with tenure on World Bank global campaign to end extreme poverty; election observer in Russia, Egypt and Macedonia.

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