This is the first voting machine to implement Blockchain in this class of devices to eliminate the possibility of vote rigging. It is believed that despite the vulnerabilities
in electronic voting machines, they are hard to exploit, as they are not connected to the internet. However, that's not completely true. The voting results are transmitted to the servers of the election commission through SIM cards built into the voting machines. Although the machines are not connected to the internet, they do use radio signals to send data to cell towers and routers owned by telecom operators. Even when stationary modems are installed in the voting machines, where the connection is via telephone lines, data still goes to the cellular routers, because telecom providers have replaced most of their communication equipment with digital systems. Because of this, intruders can penetrate the data transfer channel and intercept preliminary results if the data is not encrypted, install malware, interfere in vote transmission and replace votes among other things.