A blockchain service for voting has the potential for major impact on corporate governance. The tool facilitates transparent surveys, corporate votes and referendums, with built-in fraud resistance.
You can try blockchain voting right now, the service is open for public beta testing. Go through the registration process and organize your poll.
You can use the service for free during the testing phase, and there are no restrictions on its functionality.
Voting results recorded to the blockchain cannot be altered. The service also enables anonymous use of evidence with zero disclosure of recorded votes, and every user can make sure their vote has been counted.
An administrator creates a new poll and adds users
Users receive email notifications about the new poll, follow a link and find out further details of the poll
On the appointed day, users vote
Each ballot is encrypted and stored in a smart contract, waiting for further processing
Upon completion of voting, the process of vote counting and decryption of final results begins
The smart contract publishes unencrypted final results
Attracts more voters due to high throughput of the decentralized network
Creation of transparent and trusted voting procedures
Reducing overheads by eliminating printing and processing of physical ballots
Municipal and federal elections