A blockchain is an incorruptible digital ledger of transactions that cannot be controlled by any single entity.
By design, the blockchain is a decentralized technology: storing data across its network, the blockchain eliminates the risks that come with data being held centrally.
Morever blockchain networks lack centralized points of vulnerability that computer hackers can exploit.
Boulé uses the blockchain to record data about people who vote in an election.
Using a blockchain ensures that once your vote has been recorded, nobody will be able to modify or destroy it.
Your vote will be stored on the blockchain using secure encryption algorithms. Only you will be able to read it.
In addition, identity protection is also guaranteed because your vote is not related to any of your personal information.
You (and only you) will be able to verify your vote using your personal receipt that will be issued after participation in an election.
Boulé will host elections for a range of global issues.
As an organisation we want to support groups and associations with community engagement, giving as many people a voice as possible.
Boule enables any person to start an election about political/social issues that are relevant for a community.
If you are ready to create your election click here
No. Boulé elections follow the standard rules of a paper ballot where nobody can change his vote after it has been cast.