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E-cclesia: a self-tallying e-voting protocol in the UC framework

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In this talk, I will present e-cclesia, a decentralized e-voting protocol that could be implemented on the blockchain. We have formalised e-cclesia in the universal composition (UC) framework and proved that it preserves voter privacy. The protocol is based on the ideas of Zerocoin and built in a hybrid model utilizing ideal functionalities for digital signatures, commitment schemes and secure accumulators, the last of which is new and with proof of its realizability.

This talk is part of the Computer Security Seminars series.

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