MIT professor: blockchain is not suitable for voting

According to Cointelegraph, MIT professor and cryptographer Ronald Rivest said that although blockchain can find suitable applications in many other fields, it is not the right technology for voting. He believes that voting is an area that does not require high technology, and anonymous and secret voting only complicates the review process. There are indeed several reasons why blockchain technology is not suitable for voting, one of which is that we have learned that we need software independence.