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Figure 1 InSurance plans cover all the crypto and DeFi projects (Image adapted from: 101blockchains)

The value and utility in the future world of Web 3.0

We are currently heading into the next generation of “spatial-infused” technology, what is coined nowadays as ‘Web 3.0’.

Web 3.0 is the decentralised, blockchain-backed internet of things of tomorrow, where the borders between the physical world around us and invisible digital data will start to dissolve.

As the digital and physical worlds merge, new value will be created from within this nexus.

In providing this new value to the people, in the hope of true decentralisation, there will no longer be the need for “middle men” or centralised third-party bodies taking a commission for their service.

Crypto currency and decentralised…

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Lucrative Liquidity Mining Program Launches for SURE Token Holders

inSure is building the future of digital asset insurance. An essential element of that future is having a liquid marketplace where the SURE token can trade. Users of the inSure ecosystem need to be able to seamlessly transition between SURE and other digital assets. That’s why inSure is launching a lucrative liquidity program to reward those that allocate capital to the SURE-ETH Uniswap pool.

8 000,000 SURE tokens will be rewarded monthly to liquidity providers. These rewards are available to every liquidity provider who locks both ETH and SURE into the Uniswap pool for at least 30 days. These rewards…

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InSure’s Decentralised Finance (DeFi) and cryptocurrency insurance system is based on four fundamental pillars:

  • Dynamic Pricing Model
  • Capital Model
  • InSureDAO voting mechanism
  • Immutable transactions

1) Dynamic Pricing Model: to find the right market price via supply and demand.

As we venture into 2021 and deeper into the new frontier of the Web 3.0 Space, new ways to personalize and differentiate insurance within digital markets will be increasingly sought after.

Approaches such as “pay as you want” or “freemiums” are evident examples of different approaches utilised by digital markets that may encourage customers to participate in pricing decisions and feel empowered…

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There are various ways of storing cryptocurrencies, regarding which you need to make decisions yourself, given various factors.

The first difference is cold and hot storage. Cold storage (offline) means that only you will have access to your funds and the wallet will not be connected to the network. Hot (online) is the storage of a key on some server. The second criterion follows from the first and implies directly the place where the key will lie. These places are exchanges, multicurrency web wallets, mobile or desktop applications, paper or hardware wallets. The third, less important classification criterion is the…


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