Blockchain News: NSE To Start E-Voting Test On Blockchain To Enhance Compliance

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Blockchain News: NSE To Start E-Voting Test On Blockchain To Enhance Compliance

The National Stock Exchange of India Limited (NSE) announced its plans to use Blockchain technology in e-voting with some companies on the platform built by Elemential labs. This Mumbai based startup plans to ensure improved compliance as well as corporate violence.

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What it involves

As reported by Inc42, the pilot will include setting up a Blockchain platform which connects the company with the regulators as well as the register and transfer agent during the voting process. This pilot will be evaluated on the auditability and the ease of running the entire process on the Blockchain.

The projects CTO of the NSE, Sankarson Banerjee said, “The immutable nature of blockchain will ensure that every action taken by a network participant is transparent to the regulator. Additionally, the smart contract framework enables synchronisation of the vote count process between the company and the regulator in real time.”

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“The clients that we work with are looking to tap these technologies, which is why we are bringing in servers that allow them to optimise on traditional workloads as well as invest into new age workloads such as cloud, artificial intelligence, analytics and blockchain,”

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