Ex-executive of digital retail store Overstock has called for using Blockchain in the United States Voting system.
Even though this week Trump spoke about how he considers BTC as a façade that hinders US Dollars prestige, the Trump fundraiser spoke positively of the technology as he stated that the United States voting framework should opt for paper ballots or blockchain and further addressed how BTC represents the future.
In an interview with Patrick, who was labeled as mad king of Overstock by Forbes, he spoke about how blockchain and bitcoin can improve Wall Street, form global wealth and move the power back to the consumers.
The technology, Blockchain, constitutes the foundation of BTC and other digital currencies that allows transactions to be recorded without any centralized authority.
Other prominent digital currency community members like the executive of Binance exchange and co-founder of Ethereum, Vitalik, have said before that blockchain technology can improve the US voting system. But, according to an MIT University report last year, a voting system based on blockchain could add further problems rather than solving them in the first place.
Patrick, who came out as an advisor to Trump last year, has created a non-profit project to fund an audit of last year’s election; Byrne added that blockchain is backed by mathematics, and because of that, it is not possible to cheat in a blockchain-based voting system.
Patrick thinks society should move ahead with a Blockchain-based voting system otherwise migrate back to common paper, as the millionaire former chief executive spoke on a right-wing channel on Youtube.
According to Byrne, the United States election of 2020 was compromised, and based on that. He has also written a conspiracy book deemed The Deep Rig. The book follows a speculative and conspiracy theory of how fraud in election cost Trump the Presidency of the United States.
The former President of the US has seemed to have adopted a lot of Patrick’s theories regarding the 2020 election. As a reporter at New York Times, Maggie revealed this month that Trump thinks he will be in the White House in August, and presently, only has the audits on his mind.
Not long ago in the previous month, Patrick helped to arrange pro-Trump gatherings across Texas and Florida. The rallies included Roger and Michael Flynn. However, Patrick didn’t respond to comment via the America Project website or email.