The inhabitants of two increasingly Russian districts will be given the opportunity to make their decisions at the stage controlled by the bloc, when the country will be polling in the parliamentary race next year.
According to the Open Media news source, the Central Election Commission of Russia (CEC) stated that residents of the Kursk and Yaroslavl regions would be able to use the scene, which was done recently.
As it has recently become known, 1.14 million Russians used the scene to cast their vote in a permanent image of the protected changes in the capital of Moscow, as well as in the city of Nizhny Novgorod. The previous decision of the residents of the city to terminate related matters in Moscow also used a similar stage.
However, there were various problems with the scene. The framework was activated shortly after dispatch, initially unable to control the volume of traffic in the system. The voter figured out how to “spoil” his form for voting and send the coded message to the system. Moreover, a news source indicated that the identification information of all 1.14 million voters was inadvertently made publicly available to a public official.
Despite this, the CEC called the voting Blockchain a triumph and said that it expected improvements to the structure over capacity across the country.
The Kursk region contains the city of Kursk, as well as the area, and has approximately 1.12 million inhabitants. Meanwhile, there are about 1.27 million people living in the Yaroslavl region.
CEC stated that the request for voting in two areas with the help of Blockchain was high, with up to 60 per cent of residents qualified. In order to be admitted, residents must make records in local government stations.
The CEC added that it would hope to eliminate potential democratic anomalies by ensuring that residents who had been recruited to use the Blockchain stage would not be allowed to change their views and would prefer to cast their votes at a geodetic station.