Voters cast their vote anonymously and their identity is protected by cryptography. No private information is stored in servers or made public when voting.
Votes are signed and recorded in a public ledger. They cannot be tampered or modified by anyone. The system ensures that each voter only votes once in any given election.
The public ledger is fully distributed and managed by validator nodes using a democratic consensus protocol. The protocol ensures that the system is secure and fault tolerant.
Votes registered in the public ledger can be audited and checked by anyone. The final results of an election faithfully reflect the will of voters. And everything at zero cost!
Help us to support democracy by installing a Bitagora validator node. At the moment, validator nodes can only be installed in Ubuntu systems. In the future, we plan to offer installation in Windows and Mac computers as well.
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