Crypto Cloud Outage Insurance
Build Trust and Resilience into your Crypto Platform
Crypto is built on trust. Trust in exchanges, in wallets, in traders, DeFi and in technology drive adoption. But sometimes, trust is breached for reasons beyond your control.
45% of crypto users said they experienced a service outage on a crypto platform they use. Of them, 71% said they would switch to another platform, exchange or wallet after an outage.
Crypto outages are an ominous threat to the industry. A human error in a public cloud hundreds of miles away can erode trust in your system and undermine your entire operation. For the first time, there’s insurance against the damages of crypto cloud downtime.
What happens when your crypto platform goes down?
When your customers can’t trade, swap or exchange they stand to lose money. But they’ll also lose trust in your ability to provide dependable real-time service.
Show your customers you’re insuring them against outage-related losses
Safeguard the cash flow to recoup revenue streams that are lost during tech outages
Ensure the resources to keep your customers happy in the event or tech downtime
Crypto Cloud Downtime Insurance is the only way to protect your customers and business from the damages of tech outages
Coverage determined by what you need
Specify the amount of coverage you need for each hour of downtime
Trigger policy by a cloud outage
We continuously monitor your services (you don’t have to install anything!) so we know exactly when downtime begins
Quickly receive your payout, hassle free
You will get the pre-agreed payment within 15 days with no usage restrictions or claims adjustment process
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