Utmost good faith just adopted a whole new meaning.
iXledger is a groundbreaking platform for insurance utilising blockchain technology.
The peer-to-peer ecosystem facilitates improved customer service, fuels new efficient business models, drives faster
transactions and reduces risk through data access and collaboration.
Insurance is often traded manually through several layers of intermediaries. Inefficiencies drive most insurers to look for streamlined options based on innovative technology
Working with some of the largest insurers and reinsurers in the world, we’re well positioned to create a new, groundbreaking alternative to fuel new opportunities
The iXledger platform seamlessly brings together insurers, reinsurers & brokers with richer data to create efficiencies through the immutability & transparency of blockchain technology
iXledger was founded in London 2017, through encouragement of clients interested in efficiencies enabled through blockchain. Our aim is to create an alternative insurance platform using innovative technology.
The iXledger architecture utilises a cutting edge stack consisting of React, NodeJS, Ethereum Blockchain and OrientDB.
iXledger partnered with Helium 10 by providing users 50% Discount & Coupon Code on all Monthly & Annual Plans
Getting insurance for your blockchain business presents various challenges: where to start, how to find the right specialist insurers, and how to ensure you have the right cover. By sourcing your insurance via iXledger you can:
- Manage the risks your blockchain business faces
- Increase the legitimacy of your blockchain venture
- Show potential investors and other interested third parties your insurance contract on the Ethereum blockchain
Commercial Development We made it! iXledger reached a major turning point in its development with the release of a live product, the first of its kind on the market, already pulling in clients. Blockchain Insurance provides blockchain companies an assessment tool with connections to London brokers, making insurance tailored to the risks of this space […]