Blockchain based Remote Voting Technology

Boulé is a voting technology based on the blockchain.
We now have the ability to bring voting securely online and make elections verifiable.
Our technology is designed to make voting accessible to everyone and allows to express a digital vote for any kind of poll.

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Pre-sale ICO starts August 28th

In order to bootstrap Boulé Technology we are selling a limited number of Boulé Tokens to the public.
Tokens will be used by institutions and associations that adopt the secure new Boulé Voting Technology.

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The most impactful revolution in democratic elections

We believe eGovernment can empowers democracies by increasing Liquid Democracy in order to increase voter turnout.
A decentralised voting system will prevent hacker attacks and reduce fraud risks.

And easier way to vote and to count votes

Technology today is digitizing many aspects of society thus making our lives easier.
Despite this, we are still concerned about digitizing the poll system because technology can be vulnerable and if it is attacked and manipulated it may unfairly influence the outcome of elections.

Boulé Voting Technology is powered by Ethereum, a blockchain global computing platform.

A blockchain is a distributed, append-only database hardened against tampering and revision, that provides a single shared source of cryptographically verified truth.

This will ensure secure elections, even if a government or malicious third party tries to tamper with it.

In Ethereum, the rules that govern the election process are immutable and verifiable by third parties. Votes are not up to individual interpretation nor changes.

Boulé Technology: the eGoverment evolution we are waiting for

The Boulé Technology will be the first DApp (Decentralized application) that makes it extremely easy to vote and avoid any kind of fraud.

Boulé Technology has its own token (BOU), which will be used by election organisers and institutions to run polls through the blockchain.

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