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Development of Software for Electronic Voting based on Blockchain Technology

ФИО студента: Savva Poliakov

Руководитель: Nadejda Konstantinovna Trubochkina

Кампус/факультет: HSE Tikhonov Moscow Institute of Electronics and Mathematics (MIEM HSE)

Программа: Information Science and Computation Technology (Bachelor)

Год защиты: 2018

Blockchain is nowadays offering new capabilities to develop new types of digital services. While the significance of the issue is emerging, it has mostly focused on the technical and legal challenges instead of taking advantage of this novel concept and creating advanced digital services. The research looks at present day deployment of digital voting and the issue they face. Blockchain technology provides new methods for electronic voting which secures the electorate and transparency making the process reliable and anonymous if needed. The new voting system enables governments to draw more citizens into their orbit and increase the number of voters as well as the trust of people in their administrations.

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