Tally Zero is a completely decentralized voting application that uses React and IPFS via thirdweb. This app allows you to connect to any governor address and vote on a proposal in a completely decentralized way.
What is Tally Zero?
Tally Zero is a completely decentralized voting application designed to facilitate onchain voting via the InterPlanetary File System (IPFS) through thirdweb. It serves as a fundamental tool to ensure that people can always vote onchain, even if all the more complex front ends, such as Tally and Boardroom, are down.
Tally Zero is built using React and IPFS via ThirdWeb, which ensures that the application is completely decentralized. This means that it does not rely on any central authority or single point of failure, making it resilient and secure.
Onchain Voting The application allows users to connect to any governor address and vote on a proposal in a completely decentralized manner. This ensures that the voting process is transparent, secure, and tamper-proof.
Tally Zero is designed to be a zero-dependency application. This means that it does not rely on any external services or applications to function. Even if other front ends are down, Tally Zero will still be operational, ensuring that people can always vote onchain.
The application is deployed on IPFS, a peer-to-peer hypermedia protocol designed to make the web faster, safer, and more open. This ensures that the application is accessible from anywhere in the world and is resistant to censorship.
How to use Tally Zero
In June 2023, AWS had a compute outage that affected Tally during a big vote in Aribtrum DAO. Voting through the outage was made possible by Tally Zero.