Covid-19: Implementation e-voting Blockchain Concept

International Journal of artificial intelligence research

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Title Covid-19: Implementation e-voting Blockchain Concept
Creator Kamil, Mustofa
Bist, Ankur Singh
Rahardja, Untung
Santoso, Nuke Puji Lestari
Iqbal, Muhammad
Subject Blockchain; Computer Science; Information System; Security System;
Covid-19, E-voting, Blockchain, Cryptography
Description The current situation of the Covid-19 pandemic is currently increasing public concern about the community. The government has especially recommended Stay at Home and the implementation of PSBB in various regions. One of the concerns is when the election of regional leaders to the general chairman. Even though there is already a safeguard regulation, this is not considered safe in the current Covid-19 pandemic. The solution in this research is the use of a blockchain-based E-voting system to help tackle election unrest during Covid-19. Where e-voting with blockchain technology can be carried out anywhere through the device without the need to be present in the voting booth, reducing data fraud, accurate and decentralized voting results that can be accessed by the public in real-time. The use of cryptographic protocols is applied for data transfer between system components as well as valid system security. This research method uses SUS trial analysis in a significant system of the Covid-19 pandemic situation. The implication that the SUS Score analysis shows 90 shows an acceptable E-voting system, meaning that the community can accept it because it brings positive and significant impacts such as effectiveness and efficiency.
Publisher STMIK Dharma Wacana
Contributor Universitas Raharja, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
Date 2021-01-05
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Source International Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research; Vol 5, No 1 (2021): Articles in press
Language en
Rights Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research

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