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Panel: Blockchain Already a Presence in Captive Insurance Sector

A panel of captive insurance experts gathered by AM BestTV at the Captive Insurance Companies Association's International Conference in Tucson, Arizona, said blockchain technology is already helping a logistics company manage captive-insured risks.

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