A blockchain system that will soon be used to allow Moscow residents to vote in elections is currently easy to hack, according to a researcher.
Russia's capital is seeking a contractor to build an ethereum-based system to host some of the city's administrative services.
Muscovites can now vote on things like whether to change the building entrance door or hire a new management company using an ethereum-based platform.
Russia may not be known as a defender of democracy, but the capital city of Moscow is using an ethereum-based voting platform to change that.
The government of Moscow is pushing ahead with plans to test blockchain for use in its municipal elections.
The Russian Federation is launching a blockchain land-registration pilot project in 2018, according to the Ministry of Economic Development.
Government officials in Moscow today revealed plans to investigate applications of blockchain technology.