Blockchain used for CNN GOP presidential debate straw poll


carly fiorina wins blockchain poll

Blockchain Apparatus, a subsidiary of Blockchain Technologies Corporation, scored last night’s CNN Republican presidential debate at New York’s Metropolitan Republican Club in a post-debate party straw poll assessing the night’s winner.

The poll was a follow up to an earlier poll at the club, conducted after the Fox News GOP debate, utilizing the blockchain—the technology underlying the bitcoin cryptocurrency. Among other things, the company can conduct secure elections using the blockchain to ensure votes that are cast are unique and not counterfeit.

Speaking on the earlier straw poll, manager of the Metropolitan Club, Jeff Goolsby said:
“I think what they bring to the voting process is the future of free and open elections.”

The company has filed a non-provisional utility patent titled ‘System and Method For Securely Receiving And Counting Votes In An Election’ – Application number 14820530. Executives with Blockchain Technologies Corporation say the company will continue to show case its voting technology offerings throughout the 2016 election cycle.

Participants in the poll were asked: “who do you think one tonight’s debate?”

Below are the official results from the Metropolitan Republican Club’s 2016 CNN presidential debate straw poll:

Carly Fiorina 29
Donald J. Trump 24
Marco Rubio 11
Ted Cruz 10
Rand Paul 8
John Kasich 7
Chris Christie 6
Jeb Bush 5
Ben Carson 4
Scott Walker 2

Learn more about Blockchain Technologies Corporation here.


  1. The problem with all polls is that they can be and are easily manipulated by taking the polls in areas known to be biased towards the desired political agenda. People should ignore the polls and vote for who they personally think is the best candidate, as opposed to who they are being manipulated into thinking is the winner.

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