A decentralised insurance platform based on Ethereum smart contracts.
Smart contract blockchain
Dmitry Lazarichev - Founder
Sergey Primatchik - Founder
Richard Kastelein - PR/marketing partner
Andrey Zamovskiy - blockchain architect
Oleksii Matiiasevych - smart contracts engineer
Aleksei Shakhov - Frontend developer
InChain ICO has been closed, however it's worth to note that they refunded all the donations through escrows and were rather transparent during the whole process.
User ReviewWrite review 3 reviews
One of the founders for this project has had a successful project beforehand. The problem with this one is that they had a lot of problems building the infrastructure. Insurance platforms tend to be very complicated and it is just so hard to get it running properly. I suggest that you spend your money investing in other projects.
Yeah, the project probably won't ever see the light because of these developers, and that's very good. This situation saved a lot of people from loss of money as I doubt they would be able to help in any way or raise sufficient funds. There are investors that already give them some money and there were some information that they had problem getting the funds back.
I think it's already dead coin, allegedly maybe was just a scam.
Their site doesn't seem to be working. From the invormation I've found they aimed to do create an insurance platform that would help in case of hacked or lost cryptoassets. Yet they haven't been able to raise enough funds and even had problems to give money back to investors. Pretty shady, if they ever come back I would advice to stay away from them.
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