''P2P RISK SHARING" END OF INSURANCE AS WE KNOW IT
Risk sharing without costs 30%, taxes 20% and profits 10%. So at least with 60% lower Premiums
RiskShare is the world's first and only true peer-to-peer (P2P) risk sharing platform. On this platform, participants only pay premiums for each other's claims without the intervention of an insurer or reinsurer, resulting in a savings of 30% in costs, 20% in taxes, and 10% in profits. As a result, premiums are at least 60% lower than with traditional insurance. Participants pay only a monthly variable premium. No payments and refunds before and after. RiskShare represents the sharing of claims paid per day by the new and renewing participants on that day. Despite its similarities to a traditional insurer, RiskShare is an online network without a legal status, and thus has no expensive buildings, directors, or staff, resulting in a lack of bureaucracy. RiskShare offers coverage for death, disability, accidents, healthcare, travel, liability, legal aid, damage or loss to car, house and contents. RiskShare tagline: 'Risk ends where RiskShare begins'.
BIGGER THAN UBER AN AIRBNB
The premium volume in the insurance industry amounts yearly to no less than 7000 billion euros worldwide. Many times larger than the cab industry (200 billion) and the hotel industry (1000 billion) in which Uber and Airbnb disruptively excel. This makes it remarkable that disruption has so far remained absent from the insurance sector. That's why there is now 'RiskShare'. A P2P risk sharing platform with mutually agreed terms and at least 60% lower premiums advised and managed by independent advisors. Every person and every family all over the world needs protection from financial risk. RiskShare puts P2P risk sharing at your fingertips anywhere in the world with nothing more than smartphone and internet. RiskShare will become bigger, more agile and more profitable than Uber and Airbnb with the right man or woman at the top.
|But Car Drivers||But Home Owners||But Risk Advisors|
|For Ride Sharing||
For Room Sharing
|For Risk Sharing|
|Aside to Travelers||Along with Vacationers||Among all Participants|
|At 40% Discount||At 50% Discount||At 60% Discount|
Via the "Uber" Platform
|Via the "Airbnb" Platform||Via the "RiskShare" Platform|
|All over the World||All over the World||All over the World|
ADVISORS ARE THE KEY
Risk sharing is advised and managed by independent financial, tax, legal and medical (Deloitte) advisors. The advisors build their own client base through subscriptions and determine the amount of the subscriptions themselves (e.g. €75,00 p.m.). They are the first and only point of contact for advice and claims and thus client responsible. Advisors represent not only the interests of their individual clients through prompt claims settlement, but also the interests of all their clients for low premiums through fair claims settlement. By doing so, the advisors are the equivalent of the front and back office of a traditional insurer. All this makes RiskShare highly digital and highly personal. In addition, they are the key marketing drivers. The RiskShare advisors partnership sets the requirements and conditions for the entry of new advisors and experts and the forced exit of non-performing advisors and experts.
CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS
RiskShare consists of 5 authority-free entities that are legally independent but economically inseparable. In this way, RiskShare forms a decentralized sustainable ecosystem of holacracy.Network of P2P Risk Sharing
96% of all transactions in the insurance industry involve the collection of premiums. RiskShare has a fully automatic collection process. After in the RiskShare app the premium calculation and closing or cancellation is completed, participant is forwarded to PayPal that automatically handles the direct debit or cancellation. The details of all premium transactions are verifiably stored on the private blockchain. This process offers maximum scalability to grow exponentially to many millions of participants and transactions without the additional deployment of manpower and systems.
4% of all transactions involve payments to claims. In the RiskShare app, participant reports the claim via Artificial Intelligence to his/her advisor. Advisor and expert assess the claim. Expert creates a payment link. Advisor approves the link. Participant activates the link and accepts the claim settlement by crediting to his/her PayPal account. For each specific risk, premiums are automatically (re)calculated daily, to cover the claims paid on that day. In this way, participants, both new and renewing, always pay a balanced share. The details of all claim transactions are verifiable stored on the private blockchain.
PayPal is an essential component of RiskShare's operational processes, as it enables the efficient and secure collection and payment of premiums and claims. The fully automatic collection process allows for maximum scalability, handling millions of transactions without the need for additional manpower and systems. Additionally, the use of a private blockchain ensures that all transaction details are verifiable and secure. Overall, PayPal plays a critical role in the efficient and streamlined operation of the RiskShare platform.
AT LEAST 60% LOWER PREMIUMS
For instance, there are millions of self-employed individuals in the labor market who do not have disability insurance due to the high costs of traditional insurance providers. Typically, absenteeism due to illness among self-employed individuals is below 2%. However, if we assume an average absenteeism rate of 4% and a benefit of €2,000 per disabled person per month, the total monthly claims for 100 risk-sharing participants would be €8,000, or a premium of €80 per participant per month. The premium is age-dependent, starting at €5 per month for an 18-year-old, and increasing by €3 per year, reaching €155 per month for a 67-year-old self-employed individual participating in the risk-sharing scheme. It's worth noting that payments received from P2P risk sharing schemes are not subject to income tax.
The goal within five years is to establish a network of one million clients, form partnerships with 5,000 advisors, and facilitate millions of transactions. The platform is projected to have a market value of one billion euros, based on a valuation of 13 times its profit or an 8% rate of return. Once this is achieved, an exit strategy will be considered. The journey will start with ten million euros in launch capital and aim to reach a market value of one billion euros in five years, with a focus on both growth and profitability.
PROFIT AT 1 MILLION CLIENTS
GOING TO MARKET
STEP 3 NOW
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