Blockchain Technology Outshines Ballots And Electronic Voting By Cointelegraph

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Voting evolved: Blockchain technology overshadows ballot papers and electronic voting

Voting is a very important part of any democracy, as it gives its citizens the opportunity to participate in the democratic governance process. In a democracy, the goal of the vote is not just the creation of a government, but a collective effort that advances the interests of society and the economy. The ultimate goal of voting around the world is to ensure that it is conducted fairly and transparently. The traditional voting system has been around for years, but it’s safe to say now that it has outlived its time. Challenges such as double voting, false votes, and concerns about ballot privacy have been in the news time and again, showing the inefficiency of the existing system.

Vishnu Priya Mishra is a blockchain enthusiast with six years of advertising and marketing experience, she has worked with brands such as Burger King, Xbox, and Ziff Davis in building brands and communities. He handles marketing and public relations at Uniris.
Nilesh Patankar is an experienced technologist with more than 25 years of experience in the payments domain. He has managed global programs for Mastercard (NYSE 🙂 and Barclays (LON :). He was also the CTO of Payback, India’s largest coalition loyalty program serving more than 100 million users. Nilesh is the co-founder and COO of Uniris.
Akshay Kumar Kandhi is the head of innovation, research and development at Uniris, where he is at the forefront of research in blockchain and biometrics. He has a degree from École Polytechnique in France.

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