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November 16, 2018, 12:18:19 PM
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it seems to me that the insurance industry is one of the important social aspects in society. A lot of people interact with insurance organizations, many of them every day. I do not understand why it is impossible to automate all processes as far as possible.
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November 16, 2018, 12:23:00 PM
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it seems to me that the insurance industry is one of the important social aspects in society. A lot of people interact with insurance organizations, many of them every day. I do not understand why it is impossible to automate all processes as far as possible.
my friends, think about how old the cryptocurrency market is. Many are afraid to enter it, play on the stock exchanges and take part where there is something new. That is why it is not necessary, I believe, to be sure that this project will bring together a large number of participants.
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November 16, 2018, 12:26:12 PM
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it seems to me that the insurance industry is one of the important social aspects in society. A lot of people interact with insurance organizations, many of them every day. I do not understand why it is impossible to automate all processes as far as possible.
my friends, think about how old the cryptocurrency market is. Many are afraid to enter it, play on the stock exchanges and take part where there is something new. That is why it is not necessary, I believe, to be sure that this project will bring together a large number of participants.
but it seems to me that this is why there will be and there will be a large number of participants, since the existing problems greatly complicate the lives of many people. In addition to the above fraud and paper documentation, you should pay attention to long-term maintenance and a uniform policy that does not provide for individual selection of insurance.
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November 16, 2018, 12:30:28 PM
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I have nothing to add about the individual approach to each client, since this is really true and truly a problem. Perhaps insurance companies believe that all people are one. As a result, there is a very poor service.
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November 16, 2018, 12:34:14 PM
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I have nothing to add about the individual approach to each client, since this is really true and truly a problem. Perhaps insurance companies believe that all people are one. As a result, there is a very poor service.
and what do you think about the fact that prices for poor quality of service are rising? Add to this also the fallacy of the data in the process of filling in the documentation: the consumer pays higher and higher for each error. It is necessary to recognize and fight this introduction of auxiliary resources.
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November 16, 2018, 12:38:47 PM
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I have nothing to add about the individual approach to each client, since this is really true and truly a problem. Perhaps insurance companies believe that all people are one. As a result, there is a very poor service.
and what do you think about the fact that prices for poor quality of service are rising? Add to this also the fallacy of the data in the process of filling in the documentation: the consumer pays higher and higher for each error. It is necessary to recognize and fight this introduction of auxiliary resources.
by assistive resources, do you mean a blockchain? But how will he cope with the whole process? Or is there any other help? But given the scale of its functions, I am sure that the whole process is within its power.
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November 16, 2018, 12:42:23 PM
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I have nothing to add about the individual approach to each client, since this is really true and truly a problem. Perhaps insurance companies believe that all people are one. As a result, there is a very poor service.
and what do you think about the fact that prices for poor quality of service are rising? Add to this also the fallacy of the data in the process of filling in the documentation: the consumer pays higher and higher for each error. It is necessary to recognize and fight this introduction of auxiliary resources.
by assistive resources, do you mean a blockchain? But how will he cope with the whole process? Or is there any other help? But given the scale of its functions, I am sure that the whole process is within its power.
of course, it is. And note: if, on the contrary, to leave everything as it is, then each of the industries may end quietly, since human resources can no longer cope not only with the number of people, but also with the amount of increasing documentation.
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November 16, 2018, 12:46:25 PM
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I have nothing to add about the individual approach to each client, since this is really true and truly a problem. Perhaps insurance companies believe that all people are one. As a result, there is a very poor service.
and what do you think about the fact that prices for poor quality of service are rising? Add to this also the fallacy of the data in the process of filling in the documentation: the consumer pays higher and higher for each error. It is necessary to recognize and fight this introduction of auxiliary resources.
by assistive resources, do you mean a blockchain? But how will he cope with the whole process? Or is there any other help? But given the scale of its functions, I am sure that the whole process is within its power.
of course, it is. And note: if, on the contrary, to leave everything as it is, then each of the industries may end quietly, since human resources can no longer cope not only with the number of people, but also with the amount of increasing documentation.
I agree. I watched this statistics. The developers consider this a problem, since insurance companies, as I understand it, do not have such means to cover all costs and expenses.
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November 16, 2018, 12:50:16 PM
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I have nothing to add about the individual approach to each client, since this is really true and truly a problem. Perhaps insurance companies believe that all people are one. As a result, there is a very poor service.
and what do you think about the fact that prices for poor quality of service are rising? Add to this also the fallacy of the data in the process of filling in the documentation: the consumer pays higher and higher for each error. It is necessary to recognize and fight this introduction of auxiliary resources.
by assistive resources, do you mean a blockchain? But how will he cope with the whole process? Or is there any other help? But given the scale of its functions, I am sure that the whole process is within its power.
of course, it is. And note: if, on the contrary, to leave everything as it is, then each of the industries may end quietly, since human resources can no longer cope not only with the number of people, but also with the amount of increasing documentation.
I agree. I watched this statistics. The developers consider this a problem, since insurance companies, as I understand it, do not have such means to cover all costs and expenses.
it seemed to me the opposite: that analysts perceived SafeInsure as a violation of the existing foundations of the insurance market. The platform appears to be a threat to technology growth prospects. besides, in this regard, changing customer needs. they require better service, which insurance companies cannot offer. I guess it is.
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November 16, 2018, 12:54:27 PM
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I understand why you thought so. Due to the fact that the insurance industry is under pressure from society, cheaper maintenance costs are needed. Adaptation, as I understand it, is quite difficult, because of the availability of failsafe modes.
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November 16, 2018, 12:58:13 PM
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I understand why you thought so. Due to the fact that the insurance industry is under pressure from society, cheaper maintenance costs are needed. Adaptation, as I understand it, is quite difficult, because of the availability of failsafe modes.
that is why one consulting company came to the conclusion that the blockchain is the source of problems and failures. I think this is just a fear of people getting used to the new market and giving a chance to the development of the insurance industry. agree that if people knew about all the advantages of the blockchain, they would be happy to use the opportunity to save their time.
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November 16, 2018, 01:02:23 PM
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let us now turn to the main point: what advantages does the blockchain provide? For example, as a defense against fraud and hacking, it provides a decentralized platform, which describes the history of all actions, all documents, claims and evidence. This platform protects against unauthorized access, representing a kind of blocking from third parties.
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November 16, 2018, 01:06:45 PM
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let us now turn to the main point: what advantages does the blockchain provide? For example, as a defense against fraud and hacking, it provides a decentralized platform, which describes the history of all actions, all documents, claims and evidence. This platform protects against unauthorized access, representing a kind of blocking from third parties.
it looks pretty interesting. in general, I was always interested in the process of this system. But now I do not want to focus on this. As far as I know, at any time you can find out previous operations, request a history, etc. This helps eliminate one of the major drawbacks and lower commissions and fees for users.
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November 16, 2018, 01:10:21 PM
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let us now turn to the main point: what advantages does the blockchain provide? For example, as a defense against fraud and hacking, it provides a decentralized platform, which describes the history of all actions, all documents, claims and evidence. This platform protects against unauthorized access, representing a kind of blocking from third parties.
it looks pretty interesting. in general, I was always interested in the process of this system. But now I do not want to focus on this. As far as I know, at any time you can find out previous operations, request a history, etc. This helps eliminate one of the major drawbacks and lower commissions and fees for users.
it is also important that there is an opportunity to make insurance policies more equitable and, equally important, accessible to all. Agree that it is time to stop using what may be suitable for one user, but not for you.
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November 16, 2018, 01:10:35 PM
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Is this first crypto insurance project on blockchain technology or there similar project? I always thought this field have not been tapped yet but coming across this project makes me realize there is insurance in blockchain. I will have to explore more on this, am kin to understand what this project will offer long-term.

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November 16, 2018, 01:14:15 PM
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this also includes the charm of the blockchain and the SafeInsure policy: the developers provide an individual service for each user. You can compare this service with a shoe store: you come to the place where you are offered only the perfect-sized goods. This platform provides the same thing: you enter your personal account, edit and select insurance for yourself, then it is transferred to suppliers who will offer you the best conditions and the best insurance packages.
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November 16, 2018, 01:18:34 PM
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it looks like now, finally, the service will become one of the most efficient. Well, that's pretty good, given the existing system. In principle, it is possible that this should have happened so that the broadest possible need arises in new technologies.
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November 16, 2018, 01:22:25 PM
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it looks like now, finally, the service will become one of the most efficient. Well, that's pretty good, given the existing system. In principle, it is possible that this should have happened so that the broadest possible need arises in new technologies.
I am sure that the blockchain will be able to restore order in every industry. Tell me, what will happen to the claims system? If earlier it was a difficult, long and too paper-based process, how would the blockchain be able to solve this problem?
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November 16, 2018, 01:26:46 PM
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it looks like now, finally, the service will become one of the most efficient. Well, that's pretty good, given the existing system. In principle, it is possible that this should have happened so that the broadest possible need arises in new technologies.
I am sure that the blockchain will be able to restore order in every industry. Tell me, what will happen to the claims system? If earlier it was a difficult, long and too paper-based process, how would the blockchain be able to solve this problem?
as I understand it, everything will happen in a similar way: the transaction will be recorded in the blockchain, then instantly processed and publicly checked so that both parties will be satisfied with this procedure.
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November 16, 2018, 01:30:09 PM
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what a gorgeous process! No paper, no complicated movements, no outside help from third parties ... SafeInsure can be called autonomous insurance! What do you think? Cool Cool
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