Governance & Voting
Blockchain based voting and democratic tools for the 21st century.
Horizon State’s use of blockchain technology addresses the security of the vote. Data stored on the blockchain itself is distributed and tamper-proof - not owned by any individual or institution - there is no way to alter it. Planning and executing geographically centralised votes is long and expensive - and infrequent as a result. Paired with blockchain, Horizon State delivers convenient voting to mobiles and PCs, with immediacy. Traditional methods of voting cost taxpayers upwards of $7 per vote to facilitate- $25 in some cases. Horizon State’s blockchain voting solution is far cheaper, remaining under $0.50.
A secure vote is the most critical component of Horizon State’s technology, which is why it have chosen distributed ledger technology (DLT) to achieve this. Beyond DLT being the technology of choice, the first commercial product sits atop of Ethereum due to its network size and subsequent vote security.
|ICO start date||14 Oct 2017|
|ICO end date||28 Oct 2017|
|Additional Token Emission||No|
Available in token sale: 600,000,000 HST (60%) Horizon State allocation: 400,000,000 HST (40%), where 28% - company reserves; 8% - staff; 2% - advisors; 2% - bounty. Use of funds: Platform Development - 55% Business Operations - 20% Sales & Marketing - 15% Legal & Compliance - 5% Contingency Costs - 5%
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