Fernando Haddad, a candidate for the presidency of the Brazilian Labor Party, announced his government plan through a block chain on October 14 (local time).
He said he decided to use block-chain technology to provide accurate information about the presidential election after a long battle with fake news coverage. This is because the information stored in the block chain can not be manipulated. Of course, other politicians who participated in the general elections also mentioned the use of the block chain during the campaign. It also suggests a digital government that stores all public data on a distributed platform. Distributed ledger technology is also used to register donations for campaigns. For more information, please click here .