The Sequent Voting Platform is an open-source E2EV internet
voting system currently used in private organisations and non-legally
binding elections of public organisations. The system employs standard
cryptographic techniques following in the steps of well-established voting
schemes proposed in the academic literature.
We demo core cryptographic components that are being developed for the
next generation of Sequent's platform. The main novelty demonstrated is
the execution of (heavyweight) cryptographic operations in the browser,
in a performant way. Potential applications of this technique are listed
and possible bene ts for security, privacy and veri ability are suggested.