Antivirus software development company Kaspersky Lab presented a prototype of a new blockchain platform for online voting Polys.
The system allows voters to safelyConfirm your choice not only at polling stations, but also remotely through a special application. To do this, those who wish can receive a unique QR code or token, with the help of which each voter can only once confirm their will on Polys. Further, the system received automatically encrypts the votes and counts them.
The platform allows you to take part in the elections not only through a PC, but also using a smartphone. However, the blockchain will still not allow double voting, blocking repeated confirmations.
Such a system significantly reduces the possibility of fraud, and also allows to reduce personnel costs and resources for organizing polling stations.
Because blockchain is optimaltechnology to ensure the reliability and reliability of data, it is being actively implemented by government agencies around the world. For example, the UAE recently launched a blockchain platform to store information about the activities of all organizations in the healthcare sector.</p>