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Notes on solving the paradoxical problem of vote integrity and vote anonymity using a probabilistic vote chain.


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According to this Reddit post, apparently what we need are “ZK proofs” - “Voting and Governance: If you want to have privacy in voting you likely want ZK Proofs. If you want to prevent users from being able to retain proof of who they voted for and still prove consistency and correctness of the voting process, you want ZK Proofs.”


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Ridealongs voting series


“Blockchain voting is overrated among uninformed people but underrated among informed people” - Vitalik Buterin

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Gschwend, T., & van der Kolk, H. (2006). Split ticket voting in mixed member proportional systems: The hypothetical case of The Netherlands. Acta Politica, 41(2), 163–179.

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Teifel, J. (2008). Self-voting dual-modular-redundancy circuits for single-event-transient mitigation. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, 55(6), 3435–3439.

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Richards, W., Sebastian Seung, H., & Pickard, G. (2006). Neural voting machines. Neural Networks, 19(8), 1161–1167.

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