Our aim is to drive the adoption of blockchain
and cryptocurrency across insurance
IXT was founded in 2017 by a team of seasoned entrepreneurs and technologists with experience in fintech and insurtech. Collectively they spent decades successfully building global solutions, marketplaces and businesses in various industries.
IXT delivers products that focus on the usage and adoption of blockchain and cryptocurrency in the insurance industry.
IXT Protect Membership
Stake and receive unique benefits, bonus rewards, voting authority and an opportunity to support the growth of a self powering ecosystem.
Mobile cryptocurrency payment and transfer app with the aim of driving mass adoption of cryptocurrency through quick, easy and secure navigation.
Compass underwriting agency facilitates our insurance services and is authorised and regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority.
IXT is an utility token based on the Ethereum Blockchain (ERC20).
The token has primarily found its use in reward, commission and staking programs so far. Further use cases are being explored. Read more…
We provide solutions that use blockchain technology. We are agnostic in our blockchain implementation and use Ethereum, Stellar, Corda and others depending on the needs. We complement blockchain with React and Node to provide a full stack capable of meeting the most demanding of environments.
We favour lightweight and cost-effective hosting and all our deployments utilise the Lambda framework and Serverless on AWS.
IXT update We have made great progress and our focus is on the development of our B2C offering. We are in the process of arranging service and insurance products which will form the basis for the value proposition. Also, the Ethereum smart contracts are designed and...read more
IXT update We continue to explore the possibilities of using IXT in a range of use cases and we are pleased to report that we believe we’ve got some exciting news in the pipeline, with positive feedback on a new application. There are a few final hurdles to cross, but...read more