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Proverum: A Hybrid Public Verifiability and Decentralized Identity Management

@article{Killer2020ProverumAH,
  title={Proverum: A Hybrid Public Verifiability and Decentralized Identity Management},
  author={Christian Killer and Lucas Thorbecke and Bruno Bastos Rodrigues and Eder John Scheid and Muriel Figueredo Franco and Burkhard Stiller},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2008.09841}
}
Trust in electoral processes is fundamental for democracies. Further, the identity management of citizen data is crucial, because final tallies cannot be guaranteed without the assurance that every final vote was cast by an eligible voter. In order to establish a basis for a hybrid public verifiability of voting, this work (1) introduces Proverum, an approach combining a private environment based on private permissioned Distributed Ledgers with a public environment based on public Blockchains… 

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