Insurance Block: An Insurance Data Security Transaction Authentication Scheme Suitable for Blockchain Environment
In order to solve the problems existing in the sensitive data transaction communication in the insurance industry, such as poor security, high management cost of transaction center, regulatory difficulties and easy data tampering, etc. This paper puts forward a kind of insurance data security transaction authentication scheme based on block chain. This paper proposed a insurance data security transaction authentication scheme based on block chain. With the characteristics of insurance distributed authorization management, the data exchange center is reliable, safe and efficient operation. The scheme can share books, design and implement consensus mechanism of insurance data, intelligent contract and special chain storage structure, as well as multi-party co-storage of data and decentralization of business. Experimental results show that, the block chain insurance data security authentication scheme in this paper has high security and practicability.
KeywordsBlockchain Insurance data Consensus mechanism Smart contracts Sharing management
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