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Author Topic: Blockchain Technology Revolution For Elections, what happens?  (Read 25 times)
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August 27, 2018, 09:25:58 AM

Election is one of the electoral democracy parties to fill certain political positions held every 4 years whether it's presidential elections or 2 years for regional heads in America. As we all know, the elections for the regional level and Preaident will begin in 2020.

The first general election was held in 1955, precisely during the cabinet of Burhanuddin Harahap, source. as we know during this election is done in the traditional way to get the votes of the people, usually someone who wants to make an election must come directly to the Voting Center determined by the election committee as precisely.

Each election participant is required to choose one of the candidates in the ballot. The cabinet will give the time. after that the local committee will calculate the results of the vote which can then be processed to the central Vote and do a recount to get valid results.

I think that there is still a gap to get more votes, because the counters have the mind to do that. well, what happens if Blockchain Technology is implemented in the Election?

 - transparent: With Blockchain election technology will be more transparent and everyone can find out the results of the incoming votes
- Anonymous: A member of the election can choose his candidate without having to know his identity
- Accurate: the calculation will be more accurate because it will directly enter the ledger on the blockchain network
- Can not be changed = The voted entered in the blockchain network ledger cannot be changed by anyone.

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