nSure DeFi is a community-based crypto asset insurance ecosystem, where users can insure their crypto-portfolio by buying SURE tokens with fiat and other cryptocurrencies. inSure is designed to distribute crypto ownership risks amongst a liquidity pool, with insurance premiums determined by a Dynamic Pricing Model that leverages Chainlink. Capital required to back the risks at any point in time is based on the market pricing of SURE tokens, as well as community demand for insurance of crypto portfolios. A decentralized support system called the inSure DAO is also used to diligently process all the insurance claims, wherein voters make sure that any fraudulent claims are flagged and only valid claims are fulfilled. inSure DeFi is a Decentralized Insurance Ecosystem, trusted by thousands of community members to protect their crypto portfolios from scams, exchange closures, and drastic devaluations. inSure DeFi provides insurance solutions for the crypto space to stabilize and secure Crypto & DeFi portfolios. Competitive Advantage of inSure A key factor in making a good insurance platform is the health of financial information, such as the usage of funds and whether there are sufficient premium floats to pay potential claims. Since the blockchain is a distributed ledger, each node has the same copy of the data. When the data changes, every insured person can see the synchronized and updated data, making the operation of each fund open and transparent. Therefore, there will be a dedicated module on the homepage of the website to disclose relevant information, and provide an accurate real-time financial status every quarter such as risk factors, minimum capital requirements, historical data on token prices, a summary of claims assessment, and the number of locked and traded tokens. Economic Model - How it works inSure’s Crypto insurance is based on: I. Dynamic Pricing Model, to find the right market price via supply and demand; II. Capital Model, to secure the capital required to back the risks at any points of time; III. inSure DAO voting mechanism, to make sure every claim is handled in a permissionless and transparent manner. Capital Model Insurance is a highly leveraged industry; therefore, the primary concern of the insurance capital model is to calculate the capital required to guarantee the solvency of the risk pool to some arbitrary and high confidence level like 99.9% in the latest EIOPA’s Solvency II framework. The Capital Model is used to calculate the minimum capital the fund needs to hold, which is used to determine: I. The capital locked in the Capital Pool II. The staking power used in the Staking stage. Surplus Pool The surplus pool will accrue whenever an insurance premium is paid. 40% of the premium will be added into the surplus pool. Another 10% will be reserved till the expiration of the contract. If there is no claim, it will add into the surplus pool. The surplus pool will grow over time and will be utilized to cover insurance claims first. When the surplus pool cannot cover all the claims, the capital pool will be used to pay the rest. When the surplus pool grows large enough, the SURE holders will receive % from the staked SURE to better incentivise the increase of the inSure Staked Pool. inSure holders can stake on different DEXs and earn % from each trade in addition to the insurance that inSure plans provide. For the first phase, we will focus on the risk against scams, devaluations and stolen funds. The more less-correlated business will be introduced to deliver higher returns to token holders at the community’s vote.