Exclusive: First presidential vote cast using blockchain technology

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New York Post writer Jon Levine on how a Democratic operative admitted to fraud. With the 2020 presidential election less than a few weeks away -- encumbered yet again by questions and concerns surrounding ballot security and fraud -- revolutionary blockchain voting technology is being piloted in small pockets of the country. And Tuesday marked the first time a vote has ever been cast for a U.S. president in the general election using such an app on a personal mobile phone, Fox News has learned exclusively. "This is a historic day not only for ballot integrity and election systems but for liberty and the republic itself," Josh Daniels, a Utah resident, told Fox News in a statement. His vote went to former "Mighty Ducks" child actor turned cryptocurrency entrepreneur turned 2020 independent candidate Brock Pierce.