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Jean-Christophe Fromantin, Mayor of Neuilly-sur-Seine and Gilles Mentré, president of Electis

We conducted a few interviews and presentations in preparation for the launch of NeuillyVote. Below are the media references:


Click on the links below for press release documents


As we stand at the nadir of the technological revolution that is Web 3.0, we see the convergence of several emerging technologies that will essentially reshape how we interact as a society. On the one hand, we have the unrivalled potential to cure some of the planet’s most pressing challenges…


The non-profit organisation Electis is supporting academic research on e-voting. One such protocol that we’re supporting is “E-cclesia,” an innovative self-tallying e-voting protocol developed by a team of academics of the University of Edinburgh (UoE).

Today, we’re releasing an interview with Nikolaos Lamprou (UoE), who is working on the provable…


NOTE (from June 2021): Electeez is an e-voting solution based on the E-cclesia protocol, an academic research project supported by Electis. The lessons learned from the experimentation of Electeez were used by Electis to develop its e-voting solution: Electis.app.

At Electis, we are building Electeez, the voting solution powered by…


“Universities for e-voting” is a project creating a voting application for communities called Electeez, based on and powered by the Tezos Blockchain. It relies on a community of students and academics from 25+ universities around the world (more about the project).

The project started at the beginning of 2020 and…


In the context of the “Universities for e-voting” project, Electis is developing and testing the self-tallying e-voting protocol “E-cclesia” together with a network of academics and students from all over the world. The Project is lead by Dr Myrto Arapinis, who invented E-cclesia, and Ivaylo Guenev who is the lead…


The current COVID-19 crisis has reinforced the role of States. On the verge of a possible collapse of sanitary systems in a large number of countries, centralized handling of sanitary resources and citizens’ behaviour have proven critical.

Main train station, Hamburg

Yet at the same time, this increased centralization has raised many questions and…


As the pandemic has shown us the necessity of having a digital infrastructure in place, to keep as much of the everyday life going as possible, it seems that big parts of our democratic system are still fully physical and therefore put on hold for a while. …

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