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To this day, abstention rates continue to rise, largely due to the need to travel to vote. This is why remote e-voting will increase the turnout by allowing everyone to vote without the need to travel. It will also minimize the risks and obtain results in a faster way compared to a traditional vote with paper ballots. In fact, given the high stakes of an election, a remote e-voting solution must meet the highest standards of security, reliability, and transparency to gain the trust of citizens. In literature, several remote e-voting solutions based on blockchain technology have been proposed. Indeed, the blockchain technology is proposed today as a new technical infrastructure for several types of IT applications because it allows to remove the TTP and decentralize transactions while offering a transparent and fully protected data storage. In addition, it allows to implement in its environment the smart-contracts technology which is used to automate and execute agreements between users. In this paper, we are interested in reviewing the most revealing e-voting solutions based on blockchain technology.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Authentication, blockchain, e-voting, privacy, security, smart-contracts, transparency
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Benabdallah, Ali; Audras, Antoine; Coudert, Louis; El Madhoun, Nour; and Badra, Mohamad, "Analysis of Blockchain Solutions for E-Voting: A Systematic Literature Review" (2022). All Works. 5241.
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