On the Insured Finance platform, people can insure their assets on exchanges, within smart contracts, or in stable tokens, all without the need for an intermediary.

Together with the Insured Finance team, we take care of the design and technological development of the platform, from the early conceptual phase to smart contract development and everything in between.
One of the most intriguing features of the Insured Finance platform is that it fully relies on decentralized technologies. There are no single web2 elements, just smart contracts and interfaces. All insurances are 100% peer-to-peer. Consequently, there is no centralized vault or other single point of failure within the system—decentralization at its best.

Selecting the right tech

One of the challenges with working with upcoming technologies is to select the right stack. This is especially true for Blockchain technology. For Insured Finance, we selected innovative technologies that are ahead of their time but are also ready to be used in production.


We use Polygon as the technical foundation of the platform. Polygon provides an answer to some of the scaling challenges Ethereum faces. This also means that users must first bridge their assets from the Ethereum network to the Polygon network. Other components of the technology stack are Solidity, C++/Rust, the Graph, Ether.js, and Chainlink (as a price oracle and verifiable RNG).

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