Kate Semekhina, Business Development Manager, Polys (Kaspersky Innovation Hub project)
Lockdown measures have moved many aspects of people’s daily routines online, including work, shopping, and social interactions. Now, digital voting can be applied so that balloting is not delayed. And the blockchain-based voting system is the perfect tool for this, as it guarantees that voting is secure, immutable, and anonymous.
However, there are lots of fears and biases. Organizers might think that arranging such sessions will take ages. They are afraid that voters will be confused with all technical details or simply miss the session, that a malicious person will vote instead of legitimate participants, or someone will vote twice, or other voter fraud will occur.
We will debunk all these doubts in our short webinar and show you how to create and launch a voting session quickly and conveniently.