Insurtech investment reaches new heights as the pandemic accelerates the take up of new technologies by the insurance industry...
Allfunds Blockchain and ConsenSys partner – Institutional Asset Manager
Allfunds Blockchain, a blockchain technology arm of Allfunds, and ConsenSys, an Ethereum software company, have signed a partnership agreement to further support the streamlining of the fund distribution value chain, and other regulated industries … Read More
JCB and Keychain develop blockchain-based micropayment infrastructure – Finextra
Japanese credit card scheme JCB is collaborating with Singapore’s Keychain to develop a a secure infrastructure for processing credit-based micropayments between IoT devices … Read More
Blockchains’ potential for improving insurance processes – PropertyCasualty360
In the coming years, it is expected that every major company in insurance will be deploying blockchain in some form, as the number of applications the technology can bring to the sector grows every day … Read More
InsurTech investment hits record high – The Actuary
Insurance technology companies attracted a record $7.1bn (£5.15bn) of investment across 377 deals last year, analysis by Willis Towers Watson (WTW) has revealed … Read More
Why Insurtech Startups Will Only Get Stronger After The Pandemic – Forbes
Faced with serious competition from a new breed of tech-savvy startups and mounting consumer expectations for efficient digital experiences, the insurance industry — long seen as slow to embrace innovation — has for years been investing in digital transformation … Read More
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