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Etherisc
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Etherisc ICO Review
Etherisc ICO
Ticker: DIP
ICO start: 2018-06-25 15:00:00
ICO end: 2018-07-23 15:00:00
Price: 1 ETH = 5,000 DIP
Bonus: 1
Tokens: 300,000,000 DIP
Tokentype: ERC20
Hardcap: 60,000 ETH
Platform: Ethereum
Distributed: 30%
Accepting: ETH

The mission of Etherisc is to build an open protocol for decentralized insurance applications, making it more efficient, enabling lower operational costs, providing greater transparency into the industry compared to traditional operations, and democratize access to reinsurance investments. Three demos have already been developed for three different insurance fields: Flight Delay DAPP, Social Insurance and Crop Insurance. And, especially interesting for the crypto space, Etherisc is also working on a multi-signature crypto wallet that can be insured.

Description[edit]

Etherisc’s journey began when two founders Christoph and Stephan met in July 2016 discussing insurance on the blockchain. From there was born in just a few months our first version of a blockchain insurance application – the Flight Delay Dapp in September 2016.
They also applied the same model of parametric insurance to crop insurance based on weather data. They learned parametric insurance works well here because it originates a pre-established payout based on a triggering event, rather than waiting to evaluate and compensate for a specific loss. Their approach proved that smart contracts can reduce operational costs to a level that enables new markets, potentially bringing the benefits of insurance to millions of farmers in developing countries.
In November the same year, we joined hack.ether.camp, a virtual hackathon, to develop a decentralized market for insurance and reinsurance. They developed a method of using tokens to transfer and trade risks easily, bringing the concept of insurance-linked securities to the blockchain. This is the kind of tokenization of risks we expect companies to create on the platform. They finished the hackathon as the most-funded project, receiving more than 500,000 Hackergold and about 3,000 Ether from early supporters. You can read more about that in our 2016 whitepaper.
At the same time, Etherisc was also awarded as winner in the Blockchain startup contest, sharing the main prize with Status.
In January 2017, we demonstrated a prototype for social insurance on the blockchain as our submission for the Blockchain Virtual GovHack in UAE.
In April 2017, Etherisc won the Blockchain Oscar for “Most Innovative Blockchain Startup”. They also started working with EY to explore the regulatory and legal aspects of setting up and operating an insurance company on blockchain.
In June 2017, Etherisc joined the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance and started the Insurance Working Group there, which Stephan and Christoph chair.
In September 2017, Etherisc won a jury award at ICO Summit in Zürich, Switzerland in the pre-ICO start-up category.
In the final quarter of 2017, we sold more than a hundred flight-delay policies to travelers to the Devcon3 meeting in Cancun, the Blockchain Summit in Zug and the Token Summit in San Francisco.
In December 2017 we founded the Decentralized Insurance Foundation in Zug, Switzerland.

Roadmap[edit]

Commercial entity (TGE+1 month): Found commercial entity, located in Zug, Switzerland, fully or partially owned by the DI Foundation
Commercial insurance entity (TGE+3 months): Found first commercial insurance entity in partnership with existing insurance company, to sell insurance into first target market
First insurance policy sold by own entity (TGE+3 months): DI Foundation owned entity sells first policy, fully licensed, fully regulated. Flight delay, B2C
Mobile app (TGE+3 months): Launch easy-to-use mobile app for flight delay insurance
Ramp up (Starting TGE+3 months): Ramp up primary insurance business in a European jurisdiction (the process usually takes 12-18-months)[1]

Team[edit]

name: title: links: group: photo: iss:
Christoph Mussenbrock Co-founder, Protocol & Architecture https://twitter.com/liesdorn;https://www.linkedin.com/in/christoph-mussenbrock/ Christoph Mussenbrock photo 4.3
Stephan Karpischek Co-founder, Ecosystem & Community https://twitter.com/kpi;https://www.linkedin.com/in/karpischek/ Stephan Karpischek photo 4.3
Renat Khasanshyn Co-Founder, Insurance Products & Revenue https://twitter.com/renatco;https://www.linkedin.com/in/renatco/ Renat Khasanshyn photo 4.3
Marie-Luise Meinhold Insurance specialist https://www.linkedin.com/in/marie-luise-meinhold-0a529717/ Marie-Luise Meinhold photo 4.3
Julia Lange Press relations, Management assistant https://www.linkedin.com/in/julia-lange-191533150/ Julia Lange photo 4.3
Felizitas Mussenbrock-Strauß CFO & Human Resources Felizitas Mussenbrock-Strauß photo 4.3
Elena Travkina Director of Engineering https://www.linkedin.com/in/elena-travkina-00293a3b/ Elena Travkina photo 4.3
Kostya Andryanau Lead Blockchain Engineer for Smart Contracts https://twitter.com/kostigator Kostya Andryanau photo 4.3
Eugene Melnikov Blockchain Engineer for Smart Contracts https://twitter.com/melnikaite;https://www.linkedin.com/in/melnikaite/ Eugene Melnikov photo 4.3
Tatyana Kurinskaya Engineer in Test https://www.linkedin.com/in/tatyana-kurinskaya-07a83a22/ Tatyana Kurinskaya photo 4.3
Alexey Lekontsev Security Infrastructure Engineer https://www.linkedin.com/in/aleksey-lekontsev-2737a636/ Alexey Lekontsev photo 4.3
Andrei Kurochkin UI/UX Designer of Insurance Products Andrei Kurochkin photo 4.3
Natalia Usenia Community and Ecosystem Manager http://twitter.com/NataliaUsenia;https://www.linkedin.com/in/nataliausenia/ Natalia Usenia photo 4.3
Vera Reut Community and Ecosystem Analyst http://twitter.com/vera_reut;https://www.linkedin.com/in/verareut/ Vera Reut photo 4.3
Valentina Pashentseva Developer Content and Thought Leadership https://twitter.com/tiapashentsava;https://www.linkedin.com/in/valentina-pashentsava-9436b453/ Valentina Pashentseva photo 4.3
Siarhei Symanovich DevOps Engineer https://www.linkedin.com/in/symanovich/ Siarhei Symanovich photo 4.3
Ilya Drabenia Researcher of Risk Models and Full-Stack Developer https://www.linkedin.com/in/ilya-drobenya-54999716/ Ilya Drabenia photo 4.3
Alexey Kolesnik Full-Stack Engineer Alexey Kolesnik photo 4.3
Alex Khizhniak Developer Marketing Manager https://twitter.com/alxkh;https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexeykh/ Alex Khizhniak photo 4.3
Alexey Matskevich Full-Stack Engineer https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexey-matskevich-583144a2/ Alexey Matskevich photo 4.3
Saul Hudson Blockchain Communications Specialist https://twitter.com/callsaul42;https://www.linkedin.com/in/saul-hudson-2ab9228/ Saul Hudson photo 15.07
Ron Bernstein Advisor https://twitter.com/ronb7139;https://www.linkedin.com/in/ronbernstein/ Advisors Ron Bernstein photo 4.3
Ralf Glabischnig Advisor https://twitter.com/GLRalf;https://www.linkedin.com/in/ralfglabischnig/ Advisors Ralf Glabischnig photo 4.3
Jake Brukhman Advisor https://twitter.com/jbrukh;https://www.linkedin.com/in/jake-brukhman-6037867/ Advisors Jake Brukhman photo 36.09
William Mougayar Advisor https://twitter.com/wmougayar;https://www.linkedin.com/in/williammougayar/ Advisors William Mougayar photo 46.3
Tobias Noack Advisor https://www.linkedin.com/in/tobias-noack-61074921/ Advisors Tobias Noack photo 4.3
Daniel Zakrisson Advisor https://twitter.com/danielzak;https://www.linkedin.com/in/danielzakrisson/ Advisors Daniel Zakrisson photo 7.3

External links[edit]

Etherisc on Twitter
Etherisc on Telegram
Etherisc on Medium
Etherisc on Bitcointalk
Etherisc on Github
Etherisc on Reddit
Etherisc on Youtube
Etherisc Official Website
Etherisc Whitepaper

Sources[edit]

  1. https://etherisc.com

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