A perfect storm of new tech including blockchain, the internet of things and big data analytics is changing the outlook for microinsurance.
ANZ bank has partnered with IBM to build a blockchain solution for transparent, secure transfer of data and premiums in the insurance sector.
A decentralized insurance policy built with blockchain and smart contract technology will provide cover for natural disasters in Puerto Rico.
Giving progress reports on their blockchain projects, bankers come across browbeaten and anxious, while their cousins in insurance sound spritely.
Huawei has become the latest Chinese tech giant to launch its own blockchain-as-a-service platform, following on the heels of Tencent and Baidu.
Cognizant has partnered with a group of Indian insurance firms to develop a blockchain solution for cross-company data sharing.
Global insurance company Marsh is piloting a proof of insurance platform on a blockchain with IBM's help.
A financial industry self-regulator in Hong Kong is developing a blockchain powered platform for the city's motor insurance sector.
Blockchain could boost efficiency and cut costs in a housing sector that's due for a digital overhaul, says Moody's.