Insurance is one of the oldest industries, and can be seen as representing part of the growth of the modern business which has come to define societies all over the world. While insurance in a form we would recognise today began with the first insurance contract in 1347, methods for transferring and distributing risk in a monetary economy have been observed in China in the third millennia BC.One thing that has defined the insurance sector over thousands of years is its ability to adapt its practices to fit with a changing technological landscape. From contracts written on parchment to websites and big data, the industry has changed rapidly.
Blockchain is the latest technological game changer to enter the picture, and many are predicting that distributed ledgers could have profound effects on the way that insurance companies are able to operate. One important issue that blockchain technology seems tailor made to address is the underlying principle of ‘utmost good faith’ in insurance contracts.This principle states that every party entering into an insurance contract has a legal obligation to act with a standard of “honesty greater than that usually required in most commercial contracts”. This means that the insurer is required to trust that they are being told the truth by the person looking to take out insurance. This differs from other contracts, which are usually based on the principle of ‘let the buyer beware’, or the idea that the buyer assumes the risk that the product may fail to meet their expectations.
Applying blockchain to this issue would mean that both the insurance contract and the consumer’s personal data could be stored on a distributed ledger, with the consumer being in control of who has access. The data remains stored on the user’s personal device and this may eliminate the need for brokers and other intermediaries that have emerged as mediators between insurers and consumers. Not only does blockchain offer the promise of cost reduction and efficiency, but it could also enable revenue growth, as insurers attract new business through higher-quality service.
Blockchain technologies can help the wholesale insurance sector fulfill its role in underpinning the global economy more effectively. Just as blockchain is being pursued as a force for positive change in other areas of society – from identification for refugees to better public service delivery – it can also help wholesale insurance to discharge its responsibilities for the common good.
The KNOX project will be the first insurance company that merges the real world with the digital one using Blockchain technology, creating the most efficient and advanced structure in the sector, to find a solution to the problem of certification and anti-forgery of insurance policies. With the smart contract the spread of false insurance policies is avoided because it is the same system that issues them after receiving the payment. With the smart contract the company won’t have delay in collecting credits, as the policy is issued only after receiving the payment. This factor aims to significantly improve the management of the company itself. With the smart contract in the event of accidents the real judge who will decide whether or not to pay them is no longer the company, which could have an opportunistic behavior, but the blockchain system that, in a totally disinterested by the human opinion, will decide if this accident is compliant with the provisions in the policy. This benefit will be the most important as it will increase the transparency of the company towards customers.
Using Blockchain Security
Having undergone several years of re-structuring and adjustment, Inscoin, being a master of experience, has decided to digitalize her work using blockchain technology. Inscoin blockchain tech has been designed in such a way that customers can initiate and process insurance policies through their smart contract. What this entails is the company has created a medium of exchange using cryptocurrency where one can manage their insurance problems.
With the development of the Inscoin ICO, Inscoin project will become infallible in terms of insurance policing.
Everyone knows that security has been a problem since the inception of insurance as a medium of risk management. The attacks on commission agents shipwreck during shipments, loss of files as a result of manual based processes- all had led to the unstable nature of insurance policies in the times past..
Being the first insurance scheme embracing the idea of the ever promising blockchain, it is worthy of note that Inscoin has an infallible security system, incapable of falsifying policies. With the automated system, transactions are sure secured.
Transparency is another feature of the 'almighty' Inscoin. Inscoin is answerable to her customers because of the independence of blockchain. Individuals are made to understand, both the customer and company, that blockchain allows them to make transactions and assess them. But cannot alter any information pertaining to two parties or more without collaboration a very strict form of security worthy of commendation.
Token Information :
Total Supply: 500’000’000 INSC
Tokens for sale: 270’000’000 ISNC
Exchange rate: 1 ETH = 5’000 INSC
Soft Cap: 4’000 ETH
Hard Cap: 39’444 ETH
Unallocated tokens will be burned after the end of the ICO.
Pre-ICO starts: June 23, 2018
Pre-ICO ends: July 7, 2018
Pre-sale Price : 1 INSC = 0.0002 ETH
ICO Price: 1 INSC = 0.0002 ETH
Soft cap: 4000 ETH
Hard cap: 39444 ETH
Bonuses: Up to 30%
ICO starts: July 23, 2018
ICO ends: August 23, 2018
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