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Guardtime's Piesse: Blockchain Will Thrive Where Insurance Is Buried in Paper

David Piesse, chief risk officer, Guardtime, said blockchain will become a growing element in the operations of captive, aviation, marine and other types of insurers and reinsurers.

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