Legal & General has turned to Amazon's services to launch what it claims is the first blockchain system for bulk pension deals.
Insurance brokerage Aon has lined up coverage for institutional clients of crypto custody tech provider Metaco.
Insurtech startup Nexus Mutual and wallet provider Argent have teamed up to bring bank account-like protection to ethereum.
Insurance giants State Farm and USAA are in advanced testing of a blockchain to automate claims processing.
Accenture and Italian insurance group Generali have launched a blockchain solution that brings new efficiencies to employee benefits.
Coinbase has revealed the details of its $255 million insurance policy for crypto held on customers' behalf.
ConsenSys-backed Trustology has launched an iPhone-controlled crypto vault service it says is secure enough for financial institutions.
B3i, a blockchain startup owned by some of the world's top insurance firms, raised $16 million last month, Swiss records show.
Co-founder Jesse Edwards is leaving R3, but will remain an investor and continue working with the blockchain firm.
An underwriter of BitGo’s $100 million crypto insurance policy says the custodian described it in a misleading way.