Why parametric insurance lends itself to smart contracts

Unlike traditional insurance products, parametric insurance does not typically pay claims based on actual losses incurred by the insured. Rather, it pays a preset, actuarially determined amount upon occurrence of the triggering event.

Smart insurance contracts could dramatically lower insurers’ administrative costs, with at least a portion of that saving potentially passed on to consumers in the form of lower premiums.

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