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Vadim Filippov, Chief Science Officer at Coinchange
Decentralized finance, or DeFi, provides an alternative to traditional banks. Instead of having a third party in a financial transaction—a role banks traditionally played—there is no intermediary. Instead, transactions are handled automatically through technology, executed using smart contracts.
“All financial transactions and records are immutable, un-editable, securely stored on the blockchain,” says Vadim Filippov, Chief Science Officer at Coinchange, a FinTech company that generates yield for customers through blockchain-based assets. “This allows trading, lending, borrowing, insurance and other financial transactions to be automated. And with that automation, the fees generated can go to users, instead of intermediaries.”
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Landlord insurance vs. home insurance
Home insurance protects a homeowner, and landlord insurance protects the landlord. While that may seem intuitive enough, it can get more complicated if you rent part of your home or another home.
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Does your home insurance cover you if you rent out part of your home?
Your home insurance policy may be suitable for renting out part of the property where you live (say, a basement apartment). Typical home insurance protects the dwelling, detached structures on your property, personal property (your stuff—not that of tenants) and liability for personal injury or damage to other people’s property caused by you, your family and/or your pets…