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September 01, 2017, 10:37:18 AM
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I was wondering to use blockchain technology to develop an electronic live election like mayor election,

this idea came about because I had seen a lot of cheating on the mayoral election in my city. and I want to change it using blockchain. can it be done with blockchain ??

please help me Huh
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September 01, 2017, 10:56:48 AM
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Hi,
Let me try to assist you with your concern Smiley
So first of all projects related to voting has been developed already, (I saw some recent ICO's of similar) but this doesn't mean that you can't make one yourself, there are always place for competitors in the market, as long as you can provide some degree of uniqueness and value to your potential audience. Before you continue, please make sure about the specifications of the project, get everything down to the detail, perhaps write a whitepaper and follow it as your blueprint. An idea is worth nothing if not executed !
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September 01, 2017, 11:51:53 AM
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Hi,
Let me try to assist you with your concern Smiley
So first of all projects related to voting has been developed already, (I saw some recent ICO's of similar) but this doesn't mean that you can't make one yourself, there are always place for competitors in the market, as long as you can provide some degree of uniqueness and value to your potential audience. Before you continue, please make sure about the specifications of the project, get everything down to the detail, perhaps write a whitepaper and follow it as your blueprint. An idea is worth nothing if not executed !
thank's for your assistant dude, may you send me link for that ICO??
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September 01, 2017, 12:02:03 PM
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Can't really remember the name of the ones present, I just glanced at the use case on coinschedule.com. However, take a look at https://followmyvote.com they are working with the same niche as you want to.
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September 01, 2017, 12:12:26 PM
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Blockchain might not be needed in this scenario. Maybe for laws, but election itself, I don't see yet why.

You could just let everyone make their public keys and let them be known and verifiable publicly ( a list of all the public keys from all the citizens where you need to download it and you can check offline that you and everyone you know is there, this check could be done even automatically). Later you could use something called ring signatures ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ring_signature) to ensure voters privacy when casting votes signed with their public keys.

Ron Rivest (R in the RSA) is the guy who has been looking into this for quite some time now. He is the genius for these things.

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