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site updates and lots of other goodies. (we promise we won’t send out spam or share your e-mail address with anyone else) Enter your email address to receive news & updates about InsurePal. This is a sponsored story. InsurePal, an award-winning next generation, peer-to-peer insurance based on social proof endorsements, has announced a collaborative partnership with the first Internet of Agreements infrastructure platform, Mattereum. This collaboration is one of the strategic steps InsurePal is initiating towards future-proofing the blockchain in the face of increasing calls for regulation. InsurePal aims to disintermediate trust between the crypto community and mainstream market through a decentralized and affordable insurance sector that rewards beneficial behavioral patterns. Every Time a transaction is completed, the network awards Trustscores to endorsers based on feedback. InsurePal will provide insurance of all transactions through its network, while Mattereum will serve as a decentralized court of arbitration for disputed smart contracts. “InsurePal looks like very good, clear thinking on how to model risk in insurance in new ways, and deploy new technology to implement those risk models. That’s how we make progress: new ideas that turn into new experiments. One of the benefits of insurance is peace of mind as possible contingencies are accounted for, but many individuals are not happy with the price they pay for this security. InsurePal brings responsible decision-making and social proof into the 21st century. It works by people taking responsibility by personally vouching for other individuals. If Bob vouches for Dave in regards to auto insurance, Dave gets a lower premium quote for his insurance and Bob receives a number of IPL tokens as a reward. If Dave makes good decisions and is not involved in an at-fault accident, then both parties keep their benefits at the year’s end. One of the most striking features of InsurePal is how it boosts blockchain business transactions. The rise of cryptocurrency has helped fuel the boom in online business blockchain transactions, of which there are 350,000 every day. Yet an element of doubt always remains as both parties can wonder if they can fully trust the other. InsurePal brings in its patented social proof mechanism to create trust through transparency and shared responsibility. An insurance smart contract is created before the business transaction takes place. If one party does not fulfill their end of the deal, they, along with all of those individuals who have vouched for them, will be penalized to cover any losses. The level of engagement that an endorser has with a person will determine the penalty amount. Having blockchain business insurance will serve as a catalyst for a major growth of such transactions due to the self-regulating security and trust that defines the social proof mechanism. Further transparency is evident by the Social Proof Trustscore that each participating endorser has, whether they are directly or indirectly endorsing the contract’s principals. This score is compiled from data collected from every transaction an individual is a part of. Thus, one can see how well one lives up to their agreements as well as those people whom they have endorsed. To provide the best possible ecosystem for decentralized, blockchain-based insurance management, InsurePal has announced its upcoming collaboration with Mattereum. Working with Mattereum, InsurePal will be able to provide certainty about the legal frameworks that manage legal rights over property on the blockchain by means of a synthetic jurisdiction. Mattereum provides natural language contracts, along with corresponding smart contracts, to facilitate common legal tasks. With Mattereum, individuals can manage intellectual property as well as real-world assets, such as real estate or other physical properties. However, Mattereum goes a bit further than just creating a contract for use on the blockchain. Its natural language contracts specifically delegate legal authority to both the smart contract and to an arbitration association. The decisions made by arbitration have full legal weight behind them and are legally binding. As such, Mattereum adds a vital component to the ecosystem of InsurePal, which is now composed of insurance, blockchain ID, and arbitration. This added layer of arbitration and property management dovetails perfectly with InsurePal’s blockchain business transaction insurance. Proponents of decentralized, blockchain technology recognize a winning concept when they see it. This was evident recently when InsurePal won 1st place in the ICO pitch contest at the d10e conferences in both Ljubljana, Slovenia and Bukarest, Romania. The d10e conferences focus on everything that decentralization brings to the modern world, such as the blockchain, Fintech, ICOs, cryptocurrency, and more. Out of a very talented field, InsurePal was singled out to take first place due to the strength of their unique concept. The future of the blockchain is identity without authority, and digital trading will continue to expand along with the use of cryptocurrency. People are already using digital currencies to buy and sell assets, but there’s always a level of doubt involved. InsurePal is providing the trust and transparency that people are looking for through the self-regulating social proof mechanism. Blockchain business transactions will benefit from the insurance offered by InsurePal, causing the field to grow exponentially. InsurePal is making important strategic partnerships, such as with Mattereum, to provide the three basic pillars of future blockchain business: blockchain ID, arbitration, and insurance. Security, trust, and tangible benefits for all parties will make InsurePal a vital component of blockchain business transactions. You can learn more about InsurePal’s proof of concept to see how the decentralized platform will boost confidence in blockchain business transactions by visiting their official crowdsale website. You can also follow them on Twitter and Facebook, read their whitepaper and lightpaper, and talk to the development team on Telegram. What do you think of InsurePal’s concept? Will social proof encourage safer, better behavior among the world’s insured? Let us know in the comments below. Images courtesy of InsurePal, d10e, AdobeStock Bitcoinist does not endorse and is not responsible for or liable for any content, accuracy, quality, advertising, products or other materials on this page. Readers should do their own research before taking any actions related to the company. Mattereum is a synthetic jurisdiction providing certainty about the legal frameworks which will be used to handle issues arising from new technology in business. The first horizon is making possible the legal transfer of property using a smart contract. For the first decade of e-commerce, courts debated jurisdictional issues around the use of the internet in business. Based on the blockchain technology, the new project aims to accelerate trust between members of the crypto community, contributing to the growth of the distributed economy. InsurePal is the first blockchain-based platform addressing the main issues of the insurance industry. InsurePal is challenging the current insurance industry, which fails to deliver transparent pricing model and guarantee fraud protection. Using peer-to-peer endorsements, the platform will reduce premium costs and incentivize users, connecting them in a peer-to-peer insurance relationship. The company believes blockchain is the best architecture for the project implementation. The technology is now rapidly developing, with its potential being recognized by leading investors. It is already forming new foundations for the economic system, given a large number of blockchain related projects appearing today. Still, lack of trust remains to be the main problem impeding wider adoption of the technology. But for the blockchain to work, InsurePal says, individuals have to trust the system. According to the company, providing financial compensation in case of a breached contract will help to solve the problem and significantly expand blockchain usage. Meanwhile, social proof can reduce the insurance premiums to a level where insurance can be included in any smart contract transaction, offering a major public benefit. In addition to the already known segments of insurance, such as motor, life, health, and property, the company wants to improve other areas, including blockchain business transactions. Next month, on January 16, the InsurePal team will begin an ICO campaign, aiming to raise $18 million to finance its UK motor pilot in 2018. The token sale will be divided in three phases and will continue until February 5, 2018. A special 10% bonus will be offered during the first 96 hours of the crowdsale and for contributors investing more than 50 ETH. The partnership will combine InsurePal’s social proof model of shared-risk insurance with Mattereum’s dispute resolution infrastructure, underpinning and accelerating the expansion of the user-managed crypto economy. 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Rather it’s a trickle, like Pocketinns (PINNS), a New York-based operator of vacation rental sites with an idea to take on Uber, Airbnb, GrubHub, Amazon and everyone else. They say they’re launching their ICO as an exempt securities offering under Rule 506c. That means only accredited investors can participate. Good luck against Bee Token, the decentralized Airbnb that’s gathering much buzz. (By the way, BEE closes its pre-registration list on Wednesday.) Regulation hasn’t slowed the rush of coins going to market. Over the next seven days (starting Tuesday, when this post was originally published), there are 37 coins going to presale or crowdsale, according to data from Token Report. Last week, we counted the same number. There’s a threshold of momentum, measurable in participation in online forums and other places where crypto investors congregate, necessary to achieve escape velocity. Of course, just because a token has momentum, doesn’t mean it’s worth your time or money. 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When exchanges pick up the BLZ token, expect to see some fast movement. The bulk of the tokens, about 127.2 million went to private sale investors, who bought at a 22.3 percent discount to the posted public sale price, by my back-of-the-envelope math. They’re under a lockup of only 30 days following the date tokens become transferrable to crowdsale buyers. If the sale closes on Jan. 19, mark Feb. 18 and March 20 on your calendars. Zeepin (ZPT): There’s a category of cryptocurrencies that aim to be a platform for other projects. Ink Protocol (XNK) is based on a great idea, providing a currency that can be used to stake an escrow against transactions in an open marketplace. It could remove the need for a trusted third party, like ebay. There are two problems with this high-momentum project: 1) They want to insert a trusted third party, Listia Marketplace. (Listia is a P2P market startup that raised $9M in 2013, never to be heard from again, until…blockchain!) 2) Another project already had this idea. It is called BitBay and it trades on Bittrex. BitBay’s Dynamic Peg concept for cryptocurrency is about 100 times more interesting than the Ink Protocol white paper. Insurepal (IPL) Here’s a project with actually zero technical roles listed on its team page. Granted, in an insurance tech startup, insurance industry experience may be more important. Even there, they’re a little thin. Their COO, for example, is president of the Slovenian Ice Hockey Federation, with a strong resume in sports management. Mavro (MVR) is multi-level marketing based on the blockchain. But read the white paper closely, or know friends who do. Coinstarter is an interesting project: a decentralized accelerator for blockchain startups. But I think there are already a handful of players making a credible name for themselves incubating and launching such things. 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Convince your friends to join and spend, and you earn. It’s like Groupon, but with 40,000 daily active users. By this same point in its history, Groupon had 3.4 million. Bitcomo (BM) is an affiliate network for smart contracts and ICOs. I’m no expert, but what they’re proposing to do sounds complicated, involving user data, transactions and powerful brand users. I’d like to see a little more substance in the white paper for a project like that. Finally (or maybe first), I look at the team section of the website and on a team of 14 there is one developer. Graft (GRF): Great name for this point-of-sale crypto technology company, but I prefer to see people on the team page who actually list the company on their LinkedIn profiles. Think I missed a good pick? Join our forum to call me out. Token Report is an independent financial information service founded by Galen Moore and Peter Vessenes. Galen is a financial journalist with a background in startups, venture capital and launching news sites. Peter is a co-founder of the Bitcoin Foundation, and launched the first VC-backed Bitcoin company in 2011. Tokens involve risk and are not suitable assets for everyone. The information provided by Token Report is not a substitute for financial, legal and other professional advice. Each individual should always consult his or her own financial, legal or other professional advisors and discuss the facts and circumstances that apply to the individual. The silly season continues. Speculators are piling into the cryptocurrency space in the hopes of–sometimes very literally–making money fast. As I write this Ethereum’s value has halved since June but is still 20x since January. Litecoin is up 12x since then.

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It seems like everyone now has an opinion on, and a position in, cryptocurrencies. And hey, if you want to speculate, and casinos seem too sedate and controlled to you, then more power to you, jump right in. Tezos, which is basically “a more flexible Ethereum” (just as Ethereum was, to vastly oversimplify, “a more flexible Bitcoin”) raised ~$230 million. Bancor, which “enables anyone to create a new type of cryptocurrency,” raised ~$150 million. Status, “an open source messaging platform and mobile browser to interact with decentralized applications that run on the Ethereum Network,” raised $95 million. TenX, “Making Cryptocurrencies Spendable Anytime Anywhere,” raised ~$80 million. Do you notice anything that these massive fundraises have in common? That’s right; they’re projects which benefit cryptocurrencies which manipulate and/or hope to supersede other cryptocurrencies. Much, if not most, of the big-money high-profile ICOs this year have been self-referential Crypto Inception. They’re built on the (often unquestioned) assumption that decentralized blockchain apps will be widespread and enormously valuable, and therefore, blockchain tooling and infrastructure will be as well. When you get beyond Bitcoin, though, and more specialized currencies such as ZCash and Monero, what exactly are blockchains being used for? Where is the colossal value implied by these eye-popping valuations for ICOs for blockchain tools and infrastructure? 35/Bottom line, a cryptocurrency has ZERO fundamental value if the dapp has no value to a human — Adam Ludwin (@adamludwin) July 20, 2017 Well. As we will see, most of these projects are unlikely to be useful. That’s from a pessimistic but trenchant analysis by Lyle Cantor a whopping six weeks ago. It does not seem any less accurate today. Consider the forthcoming Filecoin ICO; then consider “the analysis Filecoin doesn’t want you to read.” Does this still seem like a healthy market to you? Does it really? I’m actually not too concerned about that in the long run. Every new technology is ridden with security flaws early in its lifespan. Think of cryptocurrencies as a technology with massive built-in bug bounties.) As I’ve said before: when it comes to consumer apps, blockchains are the new Linux, not the new Internet. The calls for a glorious fully-tokenized fat-protocol future are stirring. I want to believe. But when the rubber hits the road, and they consider concrete examples, these glorious futures tend to come to a screeching halt. Imagine that Facebook was a decentralized social network that returned fully half of its revenue (not profits, revenue) to its users. That means the average Facebook user would receive … a whole US$1 a month. That is not enough to make people want to use a clumsier, slower Facebook that innovates far less rapidly. It isn’t enough for decentralized networks to be more equitable. They have to be better. Or they have to do something that centralized networks cannot. Note that thus far I’ve been talking about public, permissionless, fully decentralized blockchains. “Private” blockchains are a different story. Their obvious application there is to replace the multiple systems involved in any given type of financial transaction with a single shared blockchain. For instance: any given credit card transaction requires systematic coordination between five different parties, as entertainingly related in this recent videofrom noted cryptocurrency champions Andreessen Horowitz. It would be simpler, more efficient, and presumably cheaper for all concerned, to use a common shared datastore such as–you guessed it–a blockchain. But as for new applications of the technology… — well, thankfully, largely orthogonal to the crypto/ICO bubble, a few have in fact arisen. There is Brave’s Basic Attention Token, which is nothing less than an entirely new business model for online advertising. 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Organisations in the insurance sector and those already involved in blockchain trades are invited to become members of the Identity Insurance Consortium and contribute to its development. For more information: https://identityinsurance.org/#become-member. Vinay Gupta, Matt Peterson and Christopher Wray are available for interview. In order for this to happen they need to trust each other. A system of registering and assuring identities is therefore an important cornerstone of blockchain commerce. The foundation for the global Internet of Agreements, Mattereum constitutes the next generation of digital commerce that will underpinunderlie many companies’ operations. This is not investment, trading, or gambling advice. Always conduct your own independent research. Your request has been sent. We will contact you asap. Please read the disclaimer and risk warning. This offer is based on information provided solely by the offeror and other publicly available information. 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InsurePal, a distributed social proof insurance ecosystem powered by blockchain technology is now just a few weeks out from commencing its initial coin offering of IPL tokens. Make no mistake, this is a serious project and application. With that feature of the platform forefront, the InsurePal team made a major agreement this past week with Matterum, a purveyor of smart contracts for the real world. The two companies signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) on December 18th to collaborate on the effective mass use of blockchain for the InsurePal application. For InsurePal users in the future, it means the use of decentralized arbitration within the scope of smart contracts that is to be built into the platform. One of Mattereum‘s founders is Vinay Gupta, a respected member of the crypto community and a previous release coordinator for Ethereum. Mattereum and InsurePal share a vision of a future blockchain economy with three pillars: 1. Arbitration, and 3. Identity The companies signed a letter of intent to collaborate in using blockchain to empower individual users of the technology. InsurePal will offer insurance of blockchain business transactions while Mattereum will act as a decentralized court of arbitration for disputed smart contracts. Together, insurance and dispute resolution support claims about identity that can be relied upon because those claims can be insured and compensation in case of misidentification can be legally enforced. Andrew and Susan want to make a business transaction, but don’t completely trust each other. They sign a smart contract defining breaching penalty, arbitrage body and arrangement’s due date and insure their business transaction with InsurePal. InsurePal doesn’t support uncapped token crowdsales as the team is able to provide an estimate on how big an investment they need to achieve the stated business goals. Furthermore, the team believes uncapped token crowdsales turned out to be harmful to the tokenized economy as they are often driven by greed, taking advantage of the hype. For that, the InsurePal token crowdsale will be processed automatically and a security measure for the contributors will be included. If the minimum goal is not reached, InsurePal will not be able to access the funds, and participating contributors will get a full refund. This measure adequately protects the contributors and eliminates the need for an escrow. For more technical details on what was discussed in this article and other features of the InsurePal ecosystem, see the InsurePal whitepaper and further links below. A InsurePal lançou uma ICO com o objetivo de coletar 15 milhões de libras esterlinas para financiar sua ICO no Reino Unido em 2018. Recentemente, a empresa assinou uma carta de intenções para colaborar com a Mattereum, uma startup de contratos inteligentes. A ICO se encerrará no dia 18 de janeiro, e todos os recursos arrecadados serão usados ​​para promover o lançamento da oferta de seguros automotivos no Reino Unido. Se a operação for um sucesso, os projetos também serão aplicados a outras formas de seguro, como o seguro de vida, propriedade e acidente.

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Recentemente, a InsurePal anunciou sua parceria com a startup de contratos inteligentes Mattereum.

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