FidentiaX, a Singapore based fintech start-up, has announced the launch of world’s first marketplace based on blockchain technology for tradable insurance policies. As per the recent announcement, the platform is currently in development phase and is …
When it comes to blockchain consortia, it appears most people can only name one or two. The R3 consortium is the best-known name right now, although there is also a consortium of Japanese banks exploring blockchain technology. Over in Europe, there is the B3i consortium, which stands for Blockchain Insurance Industry Initiative. It’s an interesting […]
Blockchain can enable access to traditional financial products without requiring bank account
The B3i blockchain insurance consortium has added 23 new contributors, bringing its total membership to more than three dozen.
Insurance disruption on a big scale via B3i is about to get one step closer.
One of China’s “Big Four” banks is close to launching a blockchain application for the insurance and banking sectors.
CoinDesk’s Noelle Acheson explains how AXA’s blockchain flight delay insurance test could point to the evolution of the insurance sector as a whole.
September 13, 2017, Singapore – The leading blockchain protocol for digital insurance, Aigang has launched its insurance investment platform demo. The new investment platform invites people to contribute their testnet ETH to see the platform from investor’s point of view. Currently, the platform allows claiming daily profits based on the invested amount (ROI). The insurance […]
AXA has unveiled a new flight delay insurance product that uses the public ethereum blockchain to store and process payouts.
Blockchain is only a part of fintech. It’s not a synonym for fintech. Here are some other important innovations of the industry.
How Maersk’s second major Blockchain experiment concluded this year.
A joint venture between shipping giant Maersk, Microsoft and accounting firm EY aims to apply blockchain technology in the field of marine insurance.
In a CoinDesk exclusive, blockchain insurance consortium B3i outlines how its DLT prototype could ultimately eliminate brokers from the equation.
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Japan’s largest IT services firm, NTT Data, has announced a new consortium aimed to investigate use cases for blockchain technology.