Horizon State Launches Token Sale to Modernize Global Voting and Collaborative Decision Making

Melbourne, Australia - October 17th, 2017Horizon State, an Australian-based technology startup focused on building a decentralized engagement and decision platform, has officially launched its token sale. The sale, which lasts from October 16 to October 30, will distribute Decision Tokens (HST) in exchange for Ethereum (ETH) contributions, allowing contributors to take part in Horizon State’s vision of changing how we vote.

Horizon State hopes to revolutionize the way people vote and make decisions by utilizing the blockchain to create a secure digital ballot. This will add security and transparency to the voting process and can be utilized by a wide range of user groups from governments to public and private organizations. The MVP of the product was launched in early 2017 for Australia’s MiVote membership, validating the technology with 4 nationally-inclusive polls that committed thousands of votes to the Ethereum public blockchain.

Horizon State co-founder, Jamie Skella, explains:
“We are excited to share this vision with the world. Currently, we are engaged with global NGOs, multinational enterprises, national governments, and city councils – all of which are extremely positive and encouraging discussions.”

By using a distributed ledger, Horizon State will deliver a digital ballot box that can’t be hacked and will maintain the anonymity of each voter. The end result is a system that is quicker, more convenient, and much cheaper than centralized voting processes. Skella describes the application in Australia as “drastically cheaper”, equating to a cost per eligible voter of less than $1, compared to traditional costs of $7 or more.

Proceeds from the token sale will be used to expand globally and develop a suite of voting apps, bots, and a crowdfunding platform to help drive a new democratic process that is more convenient and relatable.
Skella said:
“The future of e-voting will incorporate the technology we already have at our fingertips to deliver the opportunity to vote conveniently and securely, perhaps without ever having to leave the comfort of your home.”

Governments have an extraordinary opportunity to increase citizen engagement by utilising new technology. The Horizon State platform now provides a means to do so securely, immediately and at a fraction of the cost of current methods, delivering a solution that addresses both barriers to engagement and the voter apathy felt by many.

About Horizon State:
Horizon State has built a platform to power efficient decision making for the modern world. Leveraging blockchain technology, Horizon State has built a secure digital ballot box that directly engages and empowers constituencies, employing mechanisms that enable secure, trusted votes at a fraction of the cost of traditional methods. Horizon State’s team is comprised of smart contract developers, entrepreneurs, technologists, and foresight strategists.

HST Team
Executive Team
  • Jamie Skella, Co-Founder
  • Dan Crane, Co-Founder
  • Nimo Naamani, Co-Founder
  • Daniel Vertes, CFO
  • Jason Theron, Consultant
Advisory Boards
  • Dr Jane Thomason, CEO Abt Australia
  • Adam Grenier, Head of Marketing Innovation at Uber; formerly Head of Growth Marketing at Uber.
  • Dr Marta Poblet, Co-founder, Institute of Law and Technology at the Autonomous University of Barcelona.
  • Daniel Gasteiger, Blockchain advisor to the state of Zurich and United Nations.
  • Professor John Flood, Professor of Law and Society. Inaugural Director of Law Futures Centre at Griffith University.
  • Kalman Gabriel, Published author and co-founder of a private equity backed renewables developer.
  • Brad Yasar, Co-founder, Blockchain Investors Consortium.
  • Mike Costache, Co-founder, Blockchain Investors Consortium.
  • Gabriel Zanko, Founder of MobileyourLife and involved in the AI-Fintech space providing solutions in the B2B space.


  1. HST token to be listed on exchanges for free market trade

  2. Subsidiaries established at strategic international locations including the USA and Australia as well as international sales team expansion underway

  3. SDK and API released for customer use within their existing web and native application interfaces.

  4. Release of suite of voting apps, bots and extensions for key messaging and communications tools. The suite will include integrations to products such as Yammer and Slack.

  5. Release of a crowdfunding platform module which enables users within a customer system (such as political independents) to raise capital to achieve goals such as funding their campaigns.

  6. AI system for information gathering and research analysis released. This technology intends to automatically collate, crossreference, and distribute peer reviwed content to constituens.

    Beyond collation, analysis and delivery, the intent of this AI is to assist in helping constituents consume the information that will be of most value to their decision making process, in formats that best suit them.

Official Link
  Token Salehttps://horizonstate.com/#buy
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