Blockchain Apparatus

Transparent, Secure and Incorruptible

Blockchain Apparatus’ Blockchain-secured Voting Machine

America’s voting machine technology – or lack thereof – is a looming crisis. Many states use voting machines that are over 10 years old that are not only antiquated and failing, they are also becoming increasingly expensive to maintain as parts are no longer manufactured. Election fraud undermines the very fabric of democracy. Our state of the art blockchain-secured voting system solves this problem.

What does the blockchain mean for voting?

  • Verifiable source code for voting machines
  • Prevent voter fraud by eliminating the possibility of more votes than registered voters
  • Instant, transparent and incorruptible voting data
  • Very low cost, easy to implement

“[There are] are reliability and integrity issues with malfunctioning machines that fail to record votes, or record votes improperly… [The old] electronic touchscreen voting machines seemingly “flipping” votes — that is, recording a vote for a different candidate than the one the voter selected onscreen.” – (Wired, 2015)

Blockchain Apparatus Voting System

  • Complete voting system
  • Focused on security: multiple audit trails, including paper and the blockchain
  • Uses innovative techniques that are not present in any other voting system
  • Customizable ballots provide a familiar interface for voters
  • Easy to use admin interface

Read more about the dire need for new voting machine systems: Wired | NY Magazine | Huffington Post

“Protect the integrity of the ballot box”

— Congressman Steve Stockman, Texas 36th Congressional District

Our Team

Team Member

Nick Spanos


With over thirty years of experience in technology and politics, Nick is a pioneer and thought leader in the blockchain industry.

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Eric Dixon

Legal counsel

Eric Dixon is a prominent blockchain regulatory attorney in New York. He has a total of 20 years of legal experience handling business deals, advising businesses, investors and others and handling regulatory compliance, transactions. Mr. Dixon has successfully represented major media organizations in litigation against various governments. Mr. Dixon is a 1994 graduate of Yale Law School, a member of the bar of both New York and New Jersey, and is regularly quoted by the news media on legal and regulatory matters.

Team Member

Allan Stevo

Media relations

Allan Stevo has written extensively on a broad range of topics covering technology and politics.

Team Member

Andrew Martin


Andrew Martin is the CTO of Public Appeal with over 9 years of IT experience.

Team Member

Katherine Obermeyer


Katherine Obermeyer is a digital designer and developer with experience in tangible user interfaces. She is a graduate of Wellesley College where she cross-registered at MIT and conducted research in the MIT Media Laboratory. She is a Bitcoin Activist and runs