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- Based in Germany
- From Forbes Blockchain 50 (Apr 16, 2019):
The insurance giant has been testing blockchain for a variety of products. For example, a joint venture that sells flight-delay insurance has used a smart contract that initiates a claim as soon as a flight is delayed by a set period of time. The customer gets a notification on his smartphone, enters his bank account details and payment is made. Full profile
- Key leader: Robert Crozier, head of Allianz’s Global Blockchain Centre of Competence