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How a Blockchain Based System Can Help on Election Reliability

This article aims to suggest an alternative to the existing electronic voting system. Fraud cases and dubious electoral processes are recurrent in the recent history of elections. According to a survey, three out of five respondents believe that cyberattacks can manipulate elections in their countries soon. Although experts claim that the electronic voting system is the aptest to promote a safe election, the lack of confidence in the current system puts at risk the legitimacy of the winning candidate.

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Matheus Leal

Matheus Leal

M.Sc at Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro & Applying DevOps culture at Globo

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