Coinbase recently explained their extensive cryptocurrency insurance, giving the world a better understanding of how a professional outfit protects its customers.
Branding China Group is a trading and asset management firm that is known for its technology investments, but has been diversifying into the blockchain sector recently.
Crypto services firm BitGo has been accused of using ‘ambiguous language’ when describing its new insurance coverage.
Custodial assets held by BitGo are covered by the Lloyd’s insurance market up to the value of $100 million, with the firm itself covered by a variety of policy types to its customers.
Lloyd’s of London began underwriting insurance coverage for certain cryptocurrency assets last year when it introduced a plan for Kingdom Trust out of the U.S.
The National Transport Insurance (NTI) has begun a partnership with BeefLedger to create an end-to-end tracking of beef exports in the country.
Sompo, a Japanese insurance company, has partnered with BitPesa, a pan-African digital payment platform, as part of its bid to increase the company’s global presence.
Risk management firm Marsh is expanding its collaboration with tech giant IBM to launch a commercial blockchain solution for proof of insurance to a wider customer.
The Winklevoss twins’ cryptocurrency exchange Gemini Trust Company, LLC now offers insurance coverage for digital assets in its custody.
South Korean insurance firm Hanwha Insurance announced it will begin offering insurance for cryptocurrency exchanges that covers losses from hacks.