ArticlesCyberdemocracy: Blockchain is Not a Miracle but Rather a Salvation
Election processes have ceased to deserve the confidence of voters. Society is starting to implement blockchain elections to avoid social upheaval. There are many advantages to a distributed ledger for voting, but there are also obstacles to implementing it immediately.
What is a distributed ledger election: a utopian technology that will never become mass and successful, or a real way to make the procedure transparent and manageable?

Blockchain election is an independent regulatory technology that confirms that a particular citizen cast his vote for a particular candidate. Each voter can make sure that his vote is accepted exactly at the moment he pressed the button. At the same time, any other user can see the chain of vote recordings and verify its authenticity, not identifying the voters. Decentralization, transparency, and anonymity make elections on the blockchain an attractive idea that can become a new chapter in the history of democracy and freedom of speech. Let us figure out how it works.

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