Peer-to-Peer Insurance: Blockchain Implications


Esther Boyle, PhD Student
Arizona State University

Sasha Pesic, PhD Student
Visiting Scholar - Arizona State University
Vizlore/ChainRider Blockchain Architect

Petar Jevtic (PI), PhD
Arizona State University

Dragan Boscovic (Co-PI), PhD
Arizona State University


Peer-to-peer (P2P) insurance is one such business model where individuals or economic agents join together and pool their resources for mutual aid. The aim of this project is to showcase the development of a P2P insurance model and analyze it from both technological and product perspectives.


Peer-to-Peer Insurance: Blockchain Implications


The researchers’ deepest gratitude goes to those without whose efforts this project could not have come to fruition: the Project Oversight Group and others for their diligent work overseeing project development and reviewing and editing this report for accuracy and relevance.

Project Oversight Group members:

Syed Danish Ali
Han (Henry) Chen, FSA, MAAA, FCIA
Carl Ghiselli, FSA, MAAA
Marshall Lin, FSA, MAAA
Tina Yang, FSA, MAAA, CERA
Yi Yue Zhang, ASA, ACIA

At the Society of Actuaries:

Korrel Crawford, Senior Research Administrator
Dale Hall, FSA, MAAA, CERA, Managing Director of Research
Mervyn Kopinsky, FSA, EA, MAAA, Experience Studies Actuary
David Schraub, FSA, MAAA, CERA, Staff Fellow – Risk Management

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