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Announcing the report “Possible evolutions of the voting system in Tezos”

Announcing a report on possible evolutions of the voting system in Tezos

Nomadic labs has an ongoing research relationship with INRIA (a French national technology research agency).

In the context of this relationship, Nomadic Labs commissioned a short report to explore what a privacy-preserving amendment procedure might look like on Tezos, authored by three experts in voting protocols and cryptography: Véronique Cortier, Pierrick Gaudry and Stéphane Glondu.

There is no plan to implement the contents of the report for now, but we welcome and encourage feedback on its findings: from regular Tezos users, and from research and industry experts.

The report is here and we encourage you to leave comments in this agora post. Thank you.