Russia’s blockchain-based voting system for the constitutional amendments has reportedly been attacked via an election observer’s node.
As reported by state-owned news agency TASS , the attack occurred on June 27 around 8 PM CET. A government of Moscow representative told TASS that the attack did not cause a system malfunction, meaning that all e-votes will be successfully recorded on the blockchain.
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