The Fintech Genome was designed as a P2P Knowledge Platform, where people share knowledge and insight. So what better subject to crowdsource than P2P Insurance, heralded by many as the game-changer in an industry that has hardly changed in 300 years. Today I am summarising the key things we know so far. This summary level is appropriate for the 10,900 Daily Fintech subscribers (busy leaders in Fintech and FinServ) who want actionable summaries. Those who want to go deeper and engage with those who are equally passionate on this subject should go to this thread on the Fintech Genome and engage in conversation with their peers and share knowledge.
We crowdsource knowledge by asking questions such as:
- Is this the definitive list of P2P Insurance ventures?
- Is Blockchain the secret sauce in P2P Insurance?
- Is P2P insurance a game changer or a mirage?
Is this the definitive list of P2P Insurance ventures?
We list 12 that we know about. On the Genome, this is a Wiki. You can edit this list directly (as long as you are a Member of Fintech Genome with Level 1 status or higher). If not, please note any missing companies in comments.
Is Blockchain the secret sauce in P2P Insurance?
Blockchain is a disruptive technology that facilitates value exchange between strangers. P2P is a disruptive business model that enables strangers to aggregate to get better insurance terms. Theory says that they should go together like horse and cart. The P2P ventures that are publicly showing that they are using Blockchain are:
Pleas add any that we have missed.
For the theory behind Blockchain and Insurance go here.
Is P2P insurance a game changer or a mirage?
Tell us what you think. Is P2P insurance a game changer or a mirage? The conversation is happening here on the Fintech Genome.
Daily Fintech Advisers provides strategic consulting to organizations with business and investment interests in Fintech & operates the Fintech Genome P2P Knowledge Network. Bernard Lunn is a Fintech thought leader.