Web3 E-Voting Solutions

Electis is a flexible and scalable Web3 electronic voting SaaS platform, combining homomorphic encryption and Blockchain technologies. Our solutions are designed to conduct votes and surveys that are confidential and transparent by design, virtually ruling out the contestation of the results post-election. Our focus is to equip private companies with our governance and consultation solutions, but we are also working with clients such as cities, associations, and NGOs.

Our Vision

We believe anonymity should be a right for all. We believe all electronic voting solutions should be open source at their core and verifiable. We believe the world will build collective trust via decentralized voting. We envision a future where Electis will be a beacon of trust for all looking to vote anywhere, anytime, without the need for a central authority.

Our Solutions

We provide flexible and customisable solutions for the e-governance needs of public institutions, private companies and associations around the world.

Our Partners

Core Technology

Homomorphic Encryption

We use Election Guard to carry out homomorphic encryption, which allows the solution to perform calculations on encrypted data without decrypting it.

Web 3 public Blockchain

By utilising Tezos, a blockchain network for decentralised application, our solution increases transparency and security.


Our voting solutions allow users to track ballots and make sure that their votes have not been fiddled with in the system


The source-code of our solutions is open. This is important to us as it provides transparency and accessibility. It allows any external auditor to verify our code.


Our Customers

True and accurate Results

Our Web3 e-voting solutions provide confidentiality and verifiability

Many online election systems used today have technical or procedural gaps that open doors to speculation or risk. End-to-end verifiability closes these by delivering proof that voting results are true and accurate

Distributed trust

Multiple guardians, are sharing the keys to the ballot box and the election results are stored on a public blockchain

Client-side encryption

The ballots are encrypted locally, before they are transmitted to the server

Individual verifiability

Voters can check if their final ballot has been accurately counted in the final tally

Universal verifiability

Users can verify whether a tally represents the ballots as they have been submitted by the voters and allows for recounts

Our Testimonials

What our customers say about us

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