According to the developer webpage detailing the way to access its AP Elections API, results are being immutably written to the blockchain by Everipedia’s OraQle software.
While the results are naturally also being published on the AP website, using the blockchain-based Everipedia offers an unhackable and permanent record of the involves each state as they are available.
AP has also published the Ethereum smart contract address, permitting readers to use block explorers like Etherscan to follow results as they are available.
However, a more accessible version of the results, collating the results from all called states thus far, is out there via the AP’s EOS account on Bloks.io.
The 2020 United States election is one among the foremost controversial in decades with results taking place to the wire in key battleground states. Almost 100 Mln votes were cast early, either by mail or face to face, due to the COVID-19 outbreak, much to the chagrin of incumbent President Donald Trump.
The crypto world is keen to find out who will become subsequent U.S. president and therefore the effect that it’ll wear onto the markets.
However, it might be days or maybe weeks before a final verdict is given, with Trump already making baseless claims of fraud and threatening to launch a Supreme Court challenge, despite there being several votes still to count.