Voting – Real use case
Now, in this Smart Transaction scenario example, let’s assume that our little village of 1000 inhabitants wants to vote on the opportunity to build a new school. Each person entitled to vote has 1 vote to choose for or against the initiative.
Instead of sending out the paper form to the voters, the voting office will have access a “voting interface”, that can be developed by a 3rd party company, in which the names of the people entitled to vote and their addresses will be uploaded.
The same voting interface will create a print with the “voting web interface” website and the passphrase of the Ardor/Ignis account in order to cast the vote.
On the Ignis child chain, the following controllable MS coin will be created for this election:
As the MS token is controllable, the voting token cannot be transferred to another person.
This is the an example of a voter account after receiving the VOTE MS Token: