Tokio Marine’s largest non-life insurance group We bring services and operations into the metaverse. With more than 39,000 of his employees worldwide, the group allows users to review and purchase insurance products on the Metaverse platform using real employees as office clerks in the virtual world.
Tokio Marine provides insurance in the Metaverse
Games, social and technology companies were the first to adopt the Metaverse as a concept, but others are now using it We are entering a possible metaverse. platform. Tokio Marine, Japan’s largest non-life insurance group, has announced that it will begin offering insurance services in the Metaverse. The company will offer insurance and other types of insurance in the digital world in January, employing real-life salespeople represented as avatars.
reported that interested users interacted with store associates to inquire about details of each product on offer, submit and fill out forms, and sign contracts in the metaverse. You canFrom the Yomiuri Shimbun.
The company will host these services in a virtual Akiba World. This metaverse platform is built as a digital representation of the famous station and town of Akihabara, Japan. As to why it is extending these services into the virtual world, the company said: Insurance consultation and consideration.
In addition, the company will allow users to drive a flying car on a course in the Metaverse, helping consumers determine their preferred driving style and familiarize them with insurance benefits. increase. May result in certain drivers.
Other Japanese Companies in the Metaverse
Asian and Japanese companies are pioneers in the Metaverse space, and several companies are investing in developing virtualization technologies to target this emerging space. there is His one of these companies is his MUFG. MUFG, one of the largest banks in the country, has already announced that it will start offering banking services in the Metaverse by 2023.
announced in November that he would invest $412 million to launch his own Metaverse division, with more than 200 employees dedicated to these tasks.
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