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Advancements in Blockchain Based Architecture for E-Voting System

Author(s) Sumit Shevtekar, Radhey Saykar
Country India
Abstract Blockchain based E-voting system can be revolution-
ary in terms of security and tamper proof, transparent elections
and hence empower the democracy. Blockchain E-voting is
already implemented at organisational level. But at state/national
level it faces challenges such as privacy, stability, latency etc. To
counter them we require advanced implementation techniques
from multiple disciplines. These techniques are 2-layer-solution,
sharding for scalability issue, optimizing consensus algorithm and
off-chain transaction for reducing latency, zero knowledge proof,
using multiple protocols for user privacy etc. General architecture
of blockchain is explained in details which combines election
creation, voter registration, voter transaction, tallying the results
and vote verification. We have discussed how integrating E-voting
with blockchain document verification system can be benificial.
It is complicated to implement at state, national level and need
additional research and implementation to make blockchain E-
voting acceptable in elections across the world. Through research
and innovation we can make blockchain voting mainstream.
Keywords E-Voting, Blockchain, Electronic Voting, Architecture, Limitations, Smart Contracts, Applications
Field Computer > Network / Security
Published In Volume 5, Issue 6, November-December 2023
Published On 2023-11-04
Cite This Advancements in Blockchain Based Architecture for E-Voting System - Sumit Shevtekar, Radhey Saykar - IJFMR Volume 5, Issue 6, November-December 2023. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2023.v05i06.8305
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