Every Vote is (Mostly) Equalby@benjaminbateman
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Every Vote is (Mostly) Equal

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Democracy, a concept derived and named by the earliest Greek philosophers, is, to date, the most widely accepted system for achieving as close to this goal as possible. Democracy is far from perfect, and is inherently troubled by the issues it aims to solve in the first place. Most democracies we know today are actually more akin to systems of representative government. In the internet, and to be a Bitcoin bore, blockchain technology, we have the capabilities for true, trustless transactions from any place on Earth. Anonymity of voters is paramount to most national voting procedures.

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