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Title: In event of your death
Post by: CryptosapienZA on June 24, 2017, 01:05:38 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: haroldtee on June 24, 2017, 01:16:07 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
I would have asked why you would be thinking of death when you are apparently just starting your life, then it dawned on me that death is inevitable. I still wanna live very long so death is the last thing on my mind right now and I know God's gat my back but if I am to do what you wanna do, I would just write a will with my lawyer then open a safe with a good bank to keep all my wallet details which are to be disclosed to my lawyer in the presence of my named nephews and nieces and all beneficiaries only when I am deceased. In that way, you should be able to share your profit with no kwams.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: GreenBits on June 24, 2017, 01:33:33 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

Get a key man. I have an arrangement where if I should come up missing for a while, one of my close friends will reconcile my estate, that is, liquidate my positions, consolidate the funds, and pass them to the Miss.. He's a fail-safe, the Miss has all of the privilege keys, key phrases and such she needs to turn our digital value into physical value. I implicitly trust this friend and my wife with my life; I would suggest you pick someone that is financially stable, a well known, long time friend, and have someone check up on him ;)

You would trust a lawyer. Trust a blood relative, sexual partner or close friend ;) but be careful.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: vh on June 24, 2017, 01:55:35 PM
Head over to the marketplace auction area.   There are a few creative folks over there thank make physical coins with security holograms protecting the private key.   You have to destroy the coin and hologram to get to the key.   It's a good way to pass bitcoins on as a legacy item without simply revealing the private key to the handler.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Red-Apple on June 24, 2017, 02:02:56 PM
Head over to the marketplace auction area.   There are a few creative folks over there thank make physical coins with security holograms protecting the private key.   You have to destroy the coin and hologram to get to the key.   It's a good way to pass bitcoins on as a legacy item without simply revealing the private key to the handler.

that thing is going to cost a lot, it is best if you invest that money in buying more bitcoins instead. the physical coins are only good for those who are collectors.
in this case OP can write a will and in that he can simply add his private keys or the password to his wallet for example. or better yet go to a lawyer and do all this.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: FasTroy on June 24, 2017, 02:10:01 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
You should don't think for death, because your life is just started when you begin to save your bitcoins. :D. Don't thinking in bad things. Anyways, if you want me to tell you what you want when dead, I would tell you, If you don't have anyone who trust so die in piece with your bitcoin, else you should give your privates keys to someone who love too much and trust it.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Palmerson on June 24, 2017, 02:11:12 PM
It seems to me that you can buy property in their name, paying them a study in a prestigious College or University or can create on them the name of some business. To leave a legacy bitcoins to people far removed from crypto is not a good idea.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: YOYOY on June 24, 2017, 02:31:38 PM
Just give your private keys to your nephews and nieces we don't even know one of them will be interested in earning bitcoins in the future. Bitcoin gain some names in the media right now if they find it out, maybe they'll engage to it. I heard that some schools accept bitcoins for tuition fees maybe you can help your nephews and nieces with that if they are studying right now or even your siblings that needs good education for them in the future, in that way you can help if that happens to you, but, I hope it will not don't afford to die in that way. Keep Living mate!


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Raven91 on June 24, 2017, 02:39:03 PM
In event of my death I consider all the people that I laugh with ,work with and love with. I will surely appreciate people that will come on my funeral and reminisce the moments that I am with them.I will surely remember them.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: MetalGear on June 24, 2017, 02:47:48 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
In event of my death wherever and whenever it would be as long as it is according to the Lord Jesus Christ who created me I would rather accept it and I will surely appreciate those people whom I enjoyed my life with.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Amph on June 24, 2017, 02:50:42 PM
i trust my family, they have access to my coin, so i'm not worried, they would use those if needed, they know they can't use them now without my permission of course, we have rules

also my brother is tech savy, programmers, so he would have no problem understanding bitcoin


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Yakamoto on June 24, 2017, 02:51:11 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
I haven't really made any kind of plans in regards to something like that, but I guess I might as well set up something so that the rest of my family is able to get their hands on my Bitcoin in the event that I die. I don't know if the small amount of money they would get from something like this would be worth the time since there would be far large payouts from life insurance, assuming I die from something covered by that, but you never know.

I'll probably have a usb or two with text files with a ton of different keys, with IDs like A-1 or whatever, and on my will I'll have the correct private key listed.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: HabBear on June 24, 2017, 02:55:44 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

Your siblings may not care about Bitcoin, but they likely do care about money. And if your wealth can help them or their kids or a charity i'm sure they'll be keen to figure it out.

Do you have a will? You should start with a will. And you don't need a lawyer for most of it, a lawyer will just have to deliver it to the Executor or Administrator (that you choose, someone you trust) to carry out your wishes.

Open a safe deposit box, put your private keys in it with instructions on how to use them and any passwords to online wallets you may have (where you don't have private keys). Then leave instructions on how to access the safe deposit box in the will (no need to state that there is Bitcoin inside).

In the mean time you should talk to your siblings or a close friend about your interest in Bitcoin and that if you die someone may need to cash a few in. Don't allude to how much you have, just say it was a little curiosity so you bought one or two.

For me personally - I haven't made these plans yet, but I probably should. I need to start by talking to family about how this whole thing works and where they can find resources - like this forum!


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Gunawan82 on June 24, 2017, 04:25:26 PM
I believe with my son and wife
So what to fear with death
They will receive everything..


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Qartersa on June 24, 2017, 04:47:30 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

Yeah don't trust those lawyers. For me what I did was store my private keys in paper wallets. Which means I printed out my private keys in documents and left it in security deposit box in the bank. This safety deposit box is written in my diary and in the event I die, my heirs will get it. Though it's nothing too much, but it could be something in the far future.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: clardalan on June 24, 2017, 05:13:49 PM
I am also wondering how to do this. My cryptosavings are 90% of all savings I have, enough to sustain my family 5 years.
So if I would die and they do not know what to do they have a problem.

Key issue I have is with the 2FA on my mobile. I fly a lot, imagine the plane crashes.
They can not enter any of the exchanges to withdraw the funds.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: 2double0 on June 24, 2017, 05:16:12 PM
To be very clever here, I would say that you should give those private keys to their parents in a way that they won't be able to care much about it, like putting those keys in a locker and give the keys to either the parents or the niece or nephew themselves if any of them have complete sense and knowledge about what they are getting, and take a promise from them that they will only take it after you die. Still, trust is the most important factor here.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Kotone on June 24, 2017, 05:17:22 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
If you will die then give your wealth to the needed. They are the most good benificiaries of it. If we will die we doesnt have it in the grave so therefore as long as you living now, help others people to spend you money just to provide feeding program for them and i think it is the best idea so far. Share you blesssing to everyone.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: aysg76 on June 24, 2017, 05:18:11 PM
Just explains to your nephew where they can find " a special piece" of paper, with all instructions, how about using btc, and private key.
sound good as solution? :D


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: IGNation on June 24, 2017, 05:33:12 PM
Thinking about it makes my heart ache but we cant avoid it, but im not thingking about it yet because I still wanted to achieve something in my life and be proud of it and make sure to give my children a better life than I had. if you think or feel like dying soon maybe you should start arranging everything actually you should do that even without thinking that you'll die soon, you should write a will? That what ill probably do if I become successful.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: TeamSnapshot on June 24, 2017, 05:53:26 PM
Currently, I work with a great team of people and we share bitcoin as  business capital. We use a method that requires 3 out of 5 signatures to be accessed. So in the event of my death they would proceed as normal.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: bitbunnny on June 24, 2017, 05:58:32 PM
You can arrange the same procedure like with any other property, make the last will, lawers don't have to necessary be involved. You can put the private keys in and the provision that only your nieces and nephews can access it. But before that make sure that they are well educated and informed about Bitcoin so they would know what to do with it.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Slark on June 24, 2017, 06:20:12 PM
Why most of the people here think that lawyers are some kind of evil thieves who will steal your money or bitcoins?
Just hire a legit Testament Attorney, it doesn't matter whether you want to deal with Bitcoin, altcoin, or physical goods.
Verified last will and testament lawyers are more than capable of finalising your last wish.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: skyline247 on June 24, 2017, 06:29:24 PM
This is actually a great question which I hadn't thought much about. Personally, I have no clue how my family would access my BTC if I were to die. I also do't know how I would access my family's btc either... better figure it out. Thanks for the reminder, by the way!


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Ethan_Locke on June 24, 2017, 06:32:15 PM
Get a couple of safety deposit boxes, keep the keys in them. Alternatively, teach them the private keys without them understanding why or what it exactly is.

And yes its possible, I know mine.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: squatz1 on June 24, 2017, 07:06:26 PM
Well, one of the biggest things when it comes to Bitcoin and the owner dying with it as that you're going to have to establish something in writing with all your private keys and such, in your will with a LAWYER to ensure that everything is taken care of in an appropriate legal manner. Cause the last thing you want in the horrid event of your death (may god forbid) is that your family is going to miss out on money due to you not being competent enough while alive to establish all of this legal matter.

If this isn't done, they could miss out on money and not be able to do certain things later in life. Hopefully, everyone with a substantial amount of money already has all of this stuff done.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: eaLiTy on June 24, 2017, 07:40:54 PM
All you have to do is to make a will ,which means a witness document you make in case you die so that your assets will be distributed according to the will you made or according to your choice. You have to check with your local lawyer on how things should be done because it has to be made according to the local rules and regulations. I am sure there will be provision for sharing of digital assets.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Kemarit on June 24, 2017, 08:12:44 PM
Personally, I don't think I need a lawyer to be able to transfer my bitcoin to my wife or kids. My wife is already aware of my bitcoin involvement and she is technically inclined, so I don't see any problems transferring my bitcoin to her in case of this event would have happen. But for others, specially who has huge amount of bitcoin in their wallet, hiring a testament lawyer would be a better option. You don't want your bitcoin lost together with you. Just managed it properly when you are still alive so your love ones will get the benefit from your bitcoin hard work and earnings.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: btctousd81 on June 24, 2017, 08:27:49 PM
the thing you are looking for is called digital locker.., eg : https://www.passwordbox.com/legacylocker

you upload your documents, or passwords to it and set nominee or heir and then after you die, they can access that account which contains all the accounts and their passwords and digital copies of your documents.,

there is another site where you can upload scanned documents too, i cant recall its name , but i hope you get the idea.




Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Bakemat on June 25, 2017, 03:22:16 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

If ever I die, I would want to have my relative or at least have a friend have access to my account. I also would like to think that a notarized will or a last will and testament can suffice to all the profits that I could make and be able to have my earnings be shared to my family or loved one.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Mometaskers on June 25, 2017, 04:54:10 PM
How about you print out paper wallets and then keep them in a safe? When you draft you will, maybe you can have the password in it and it would be given to your heirs when you die. I think this is better than having your bitcoin in exchanges which might ask for email logins and 2-step auth to access the fund.

the thing you are looking for is called digital locker.., eg : https://www.passwordbox.com/legacylocker

you upload your documents, or passwords to it and set nominee or heir and then after you die, they can access that account which contains all the accounts and their passwords and digital copies of your documents.,

there is another site where you can upload scanned documents too, i cant recall its name , but i hope you get the idea.




First time I heard about this. Might look into it.

I would have asked why you would be thinking of death when you are apparently just starting your life, then it dawned on me that death is inevitable. I still wanna live very long so death is the last thing on my mind right now and I know God's gat my back but if I am to do what you wanna do, I would just write a will with my lawyer then open a safe with a good bank to keep all my wallet details which are to be disclosed to my lawyer in the presence of my named nephews and nieces and all beneficiaries only when I am deceased. In that way, you should be able to share your profit with no kwams.

True. You could end up saving the best for last, toiling so that you'd have a good life and then you die and did not enjoy the fruits of your labor.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Xavofat on June 26, 2017, 12:05:41 PM
-Make a paper wallet
-Put it in a bank deposit box
-In your will, leave an explanation and say that they can access the box.

You're done.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: machinek20 on June 26, 2017, 12:46:49 PM
If you dont trust anyone then the best answer is the deposit box, you can write your private key and put the instruction on how to used or withdraw the coin and put it in deposit box, the other way is to store all of your password in your laptop and when you die just inherit it to your niece and nephew


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: nightxglow on June 26, 2017, 01:36:36 PM
Why are you thinking about death :/.
Hmm maybe you can put your key, or wallet password etc in your email? And send it to your other account, or just save it to the draft?
Then write a testament about your email and tell your niece or nephew to open it when you died?
okay this is such an absurd idea but people won't imagine that you put something valuable in your email, right?


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: MingLee on June 26, 2017, 01:46:57 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
I never thought about it like this to be completely honest, I don't really have any plans for who I can give my Bitcoin to in the event that I die. Maybe I should get that figured out before I do end up kicking the bucket to be honest.
I don't really have anyone to leave it to, but I would probably just include the private keys in my will. Nothing fancy, just keep it simple in a document most won't read till I die.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: skorupi17 on June 26, 2017, 06:38:33 PM
If you do not trust your lawyer then do not give your private key to him/her, maybe just a piece of paper that contains the location to where you hid your private key (a vault or something with key or passcode). Or you can give it to your siblings even they do not care about Bitcoin, tell them that it is for your nephew/niece. And they can just touch your wallet after you die.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Xavofat on June 26, 2017, 06:43:48 PM
If you do not trust your lawyer then do not give your private key to him/her, maybe just a piece of paper that contains the location to where you hid your private key (a vault or something with key or passcode). Or you can give it to your siblings even they do not care about Bitcoin, tell them that it is for your nephew/niece. And they can just touch your wallet after you die.
You don't do that either.  Giving them the location and the means to get in means that they can enter it at any time, which is almost exactly the same thing as just giving them the private key except it requires the lawyer going for a walk.

I mean, it's not like lawyers could be bastards or anything  ;).


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Silberman on June 27, 2017, 01:24:50 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
I have not taken any steps to make sure my family gets my bitcoin but I have been thinking about it, it is a difficult thing to do, you do not want to give your private keys because then if they lose that, someone could steal your bitcoin, what I have been thinking is giving them an USB that has the private keys but the USB is going to be encrypted, and I will put the password in my will that way no one can get my bitcoin until I passed away.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: ocid on June 27, 2017, 02:25:31 AM
Head over to the marketplace auction area.   There are a few creative folks over there thank make physical coins with security holograms protecting the private key.   You have to destroy the coin and hologram to get to the key.   It's a good way to pass bitcoins on as a legacy item without simply revealing the private key to the handler.

that thing is going to cost a lot, it is best if you invest that money in buying more bitcoins instead. the physical coins are only good for those who are collectors.
in this case OP can write a will and in that he can simply add his private keys or the password to his wallet for example. or better yet go to a lawyer and do all this.
Yes it sounds better by writing a will and handing it to a lawyer by doing so then we fully trust the lawyer.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: vh on June 27, 2017, 02:48:50 AM
Head over to the marketplace auction area.   There are a few creative folks over there thank make physical coins with security holograms protecting the private key.   You have to destroy the coin and hologram to get to the key.   It's a good way to pass bitcoins on as a legacy item without simply revealing the private key to the handler.

that thing is going to cost a lot, it is best if you invest that money in buying more bitcoins instead. the physical coins are only good for those who are collectors.
in this case OP can write a will and in that he can simply add his private keys or the password to his wallet for example. or better yet go to a lawyer and do all this.

I'm emphasizing legacy over profit.   One of the point is that it is a collectors item.   If I had a wealthy uncle that left me bitcoins, it would be awesome receiving a physical coin.  Like getting a rare valuable 1960 rookie card.  You can't decide if you should keep it or cash it out.   It's an effective way to be remembered.



Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: deepcolderwallet on June 27, 2017, 03:44:49 AM
Write down your wallet's seed hidden in a book. Show the book cover and those twelve words to your siblings, explain them how to re-create a wallet with these words. Show them how to find the book in your shelf. Don't involve lawyers or anybody strange to your family.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Netnox on June 27, 2017, 03:52:37 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

I am also facing the same situation. I am not married, and my parents are not tech savvy enough to understand the technology behind Bitcoin. I haven't shared my private keys or wallet backups with anyone, as I am afraid that they will double-cross me and steal my coins. What should I do to make sure that my coins don't go waste?


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: hovrah on June 27, 2017, 03:58:59 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

I am also facing the same situation. I am not married, and my parents are not tech savvy enough to understand the technology behind Bitcoin. I haven't shared my private keys or wallet backups with anyone, as I am afraid that they will double-cross me and steal my coins. What should I do to make sure that my coins don't go waste?
This is a very difficult situation and just can not cope with it. If no one trusts anyone, it will not work. You put yourself in a bad position with your distrust. Inheritance must be made unambiguously. And teach the heirs in advance.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: itsallpc on June 27, 2017, 06:04:50 AM
You could write down your private keys in a paper and store it in a locker and inform them to take it and access your account after your death.If your health is at critical stage and you want to take immediate action,then you could just sell your bitcoins since bitcoin price is good now and buy a property in their name and give it to them.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Rahar02 on June 27, 2017, 06:29:23 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

The problem is, you're single, alone. Get married man, and share your wealth with your descendants.
I'm sorry if you can't do that, and the best option is share to nieces and nephews, do you think your life can't last long, like 5-10 years later? You should tell to your nephews and nieces at the right time which they could understand about it. Make some deposit boxes and give the keys to them, make it like a treasure.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Sled on June 27, 2017, 06:36:20 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
I think the best thing to do is to just give your private keys to your uncle or any adult that you have in your family so you can have an assurance that they will keep your bitcoin or the private keys for at least more years. You just need to have a small presentation to them that is discussing about how they can keep it safe and also how they can use it when they really need money and i think that is enough for them to secure your bitcoins.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: pearlmen on June 27, 2017, 06:41:03 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

Right now, the best is just to stop thinking about the eventuality of death and start living life to the fullest whether we like it or not, death will come at its time and there won't be anything to do to stop it while some come with notice in other to put the house in order, other comes without any notification. For me, I plan to live off my investment to the extent I can afford at the moment and those coming afterwards will always survive on their own.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: BCTBF on June 27, 2017, 06:41:24 AM
Maybe you can make all your private keys as the inheritance you have stored in a place, then you tell your nephew to open them after you die. This may be a way you can do to a nephew who you have believed to receive.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: xypos on June 27, 2017, 06:46:43 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

If you are planning ahead, then I would say that an nlocktime transaction would work for you.

This is a decentralized means of essentially letting your relatives have access to your bitcoin. All you need to do is to generate the nlocktime transaction in bitcoin core, tell whoever you trust/want to have your belongings after you die the transaction, conduct all incoming transactions on the address on which the transaction was generated, and you're set to go.

So they can only access your coins when it's at a certain block number, for example, block 900,000. The transaction isn't valid before that time. If you spend the coins, then obviously the transaction will not work.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: cafucafucafu on June 27, 2017, 07:26:05 AM
Write down your wallet's seed hidden in a book. Show the book cover and those twelve words to your siblings, explain them how to re-create a wallet with these words. Show them how to find the book in your shelf. Don't involve lawyers or anybody strange to your family.

Bad idea, obviously the odds of someone finding this seed in your book is extremely small, but it simply cannot be ignored especially if you are planning on giving massive amounts of bitcoin in your will. And in a situation where there are no backups, even if something minor like a house fire occurs, you are at risk of losing the seed to recover the wallet.

I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

If you are planning ahead, then I would say that an nlocktime transaction would work for you.

This is a decentralized means of essentially letting your relatives have access to your bitcoin. All you need to do is to generate the nlocktime transaction in bitcoin core, tell whoever you trust/want to have your belongings after you die the transaction, conduct all incoming transactions on the address on which the transaction was generated, and you're set to go.

So they can only access your coins when it's at a certain block number, for example, block 900,000. The transaction isn't valid before that time. If you spend the coins, then obviously the transaction will not work.

That's a good idea. nlocktime as a dead man's switch is extremely useful as you cannot manipulate the output address, meaning that nobody but your intended receiver can ever get the coins. Or, you could have a deadman's switch service host your private keys and send it to your relative's email address, although you'll be trusting the service to keep your keys secure.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: SaShiRaJaVu on June 27, 2017, 07:46:41 AM
One thing i know is that,i do not hold that much amount of coins and i am not planning to stock bitcoin but i will be holding a few from time to time,i am not thinking about death,i am having medical check ups every six months and i am fine and healthy ,never had any diseases and doing yoga and eating healthy.If i hold an insane amount of money then i will plan accordingly.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: susila_bai on June 27, 2017, 07:57:48 AM
I have full records written in a book with full details of my login accounts of all my working sites with full details. Even the desktop wallet details are also their , so if any day i am having problem or suddenly i die then my family can get help through this book. But even i dont have problem because most of the bitcoin what i am earning are mostly converted to fiat currency. only i am holding the altcoins which i believe that in future their value will be 10x time then now.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: xypos on June 27, 2017, 08:44:39 AM
I have full records written in a book with full details of my login accounts of all my working sites with full details. Even the desktop wallet details are also their , so if any day i am having problem or suddenly i die then my family can get help through this book. But even i dont have problem because most of the bitcoin what i am earning are mostly converted to fiat currency. only i am holding the altcoins which i believe that in future their value will be 10x time then now.

Bad idea. Sharing your password with anyone is not a good idea, even though they might seem trustworthy right now. The whole notion behind bitcoin is that you don't need to trust anyone for your bitcoin to be stored, as opposed to a bank account. Of course this offers complications such as when you die, nobody has access to your coins, but this is a necessary sacrifice to make to get the anonymity of bitcoin.

As I said, nlocktime is an extremely good way of letting your loved ones have access to your coin when you do die. Obviously it's not something that everyone wants to confront but it does need to be addressed eventually. All they need is a bitcoin address, and the raw tx, unsubmitted. They can submit it once the block height is over a certain number.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: aesma on June 27, 2017, 08:51:57 AM
With nlocktime, don't you run into the risk that the fee might be insufficient ? I guess you could use a huge fee to be certain it will go.

If I die today my coins will be lost, but it's not that big an amount. I will consider what to do when/if I hold more crypto than other assets like stocks/real estate.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Vishnu.Reang on June 27, 2017, 09:29:25 AM
I had already mentioned this in another thread:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1984456.msg19797383#msg19797383

But it is scary. Imagine some Bitcoin millionaire with thousands of coins suddenly passing away. No one else knows about the private keys and all the coins will be lost for ever. It is tragic, as that money could have been used to educate thousands of children, or to provide food for hungry people.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Duzter on June 27, 2017, 09:51:38 AM
In the event of my death this will be a loss, because I haven't educated my parents and my family members with the operating of the wallet. Also they won't be getting high, because the entire funds that I have in the wallet is the one that I got is from the campaign participation.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: costina on June 27, 2017, 10:18:02 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
Are you old person or have incurable disease? If not have that I think you can waiting your nieces and nephews enough age know Bitcoin and use your private keys. But if you scared can died any time, I think you can find a person you trustest and ask them to help keep your grandchild until they grow up, maybe be best friend


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: warrior333 on June 27, 2017, 10:28:20 AM
Unfortunately when it comes to money even the best friend can betray you and usurp your money. Maybe there's a point you begin to mine coins and to teach this to my nephews. It is not difficult and will bring them a steady income.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Zadicar on June 27, 2017, 10:51:28 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
Why would you care soo much that its like you are going to die tommorow? Its not really bad to think off on passing out your bitcoin into your loved ones since you are single its much better to spend those bitcoins and granting all the things you do want while you are still living since you are thinking about death then better to live your life to its fullest using those bitcoin.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Shenzou on June 27, 2017, 10:58:10 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
Why would you care soo much that its like you are going to die tommorow? Its not really bad to think off on passing out your bitcoin into your loved ones since you are single its much better to spend those bitcoins and granting all the things you do want while you are still living since you are thinking about death then better to live your life to its fullest using those bitcoin.
Death is somthing inevitable and we are all going toward, but we can't just sit ideal and do nothing and just think about it, we need to make the best of our lives since we only live once we might as well enjoy it to the most, so just keeping money and not spending it is the wrong thing to do here, go out and enjoy while you can


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Rinder on June 27, 2017, 11:24:27 AM
Its a hard decision but you  will need to trust someone, otherwise you should exchange your bitcoins to fiat, i do believe the easy way is to print your account details as well recovery keys, and maybe let those into paper as well a dvd, this way i do believe your money will be safe.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: aesma on June 27, 2017, 11:29:12 AM
I had already mentioned this in another thread:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1984456.msg19797383#msg19797383

But it is scary. Imagine some Bitcoin millionaire with thousands of coins suddenly passing away. No one else knows about the private keys and all the coins will be lost for ever. It is tragic, as that money could have been used to educate thousands of children, or to provide food for hungry people.

Lost coins decrease supply so that could help increase the price, on the other hand. Depends if they're considered temporarily lost or forever lost.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: UCHCHILD on June 27, 2017, 11:41:24 AM
In that case I guess you better make a last will testament which is so powerful but I guess it is consulted with the lawyer. But it is more secure if you do it that way. But if you really do not want it is better if you just put in memo or diary you details of your accounts your password, private keys since you do not trust anyone who is more powerful than your relatives.
But better not think about that much we need to look for good future and we need to see how bitcoin will grow in the future we do not to die so soon.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: buwaytress on June 27, 2017, 11:46:40 AM
I'm emphasizing legacy over profit.   One of the point is that it is a collectors item.   If I had a wealthy uncle that left me bitcoins, it would be awesome receiving a physical coin.  Like getting a rare valuable 1960 rookie card.  You can't decide if you should keep it or cash it out.   It's an effective way to be remembered.

And this is the emphasis many fail to understand about Bitcoin, sometimes. Legacy... leaving something meaningful behind for future generations. That is a concept I strongly believe in, and one I would like to think even Bitcoin creators possibly had. Perhaps all they wanted was to be remembered. And yeah, I'd like to be remembered nicely by a few people after my death:)


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: passwordnow on June 27, 2017, 11:56:30 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

What you can do? Just teach them about bitcoins, let them have the access to your private keys and web wallet accounts. And tell them the reality that in case you will be gone too long, they can use the money stored there for their studies and other important things.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: LastKiss on June 27, 2017, 12:53:54 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

Get some trusted friends if your siblings didn't care at all and save all your private keys on external disk such like FD or HD and then give them trust to tell your nieces and nephews if they already reach good age to understand bitcoin along with the external disk.

Above method only success at very low rate chance because to much shit people in this world.
Of course you can tell them(your nieces and nephews) directly when they're grow enough and you're still alive.   


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Hutalar on June 27, 2017, 09:22:30 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
Maybe Bitcoin is getting famous something discover in bitcoin is like that after your death trusted friends like Facebook to access your bitcoins after you.It will make bitcoin even more powerful.Because bitcoin is getting more famous day by day or if it is not discover then we should allowed our private key to our trust one's.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: John Wick on June 27, 2017, 09:54:43 PM
I see some of you point out lawyers but how can I trust a lawyer when the subject is bitcoin? I can't trust a damn lawyer for my bitcoin.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: swogerino on June 27, 2017, 09:59:05 PM
I haven't thought about this but I never would trust my bitcoins to some lawyer. The greed level of the majority of the persons is at the highest nowadays. I will only let know about my bitcoins to my family and nothing else so they would know what to do if I were to die. Really a good reminder as death can cheat us all.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: freeyourmind on June 28, 2017, 12:45:53 AM
This is actually something important to think about.  I'd assume that as the cryptocurrency market matures, there will be options for beneficiaries in some way or another.

For now, you can make a video and put it on a usb stick, on how to recover and utilize your Bitcoin account, and have that usb stick in a safe, with it listed as your niece or nephew on your will.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Faiyz on June 28, 2017, 12:51:42 AM
This is actually something important to think about.  I'd assume that as the cryptocurrency market matures, there will be options for beneficiaries in some way or another.

For now, you can make a video and put it on a usb stick, on how to recover and utilize your Bitcoin account, and have that usb stick in a safe, with it listed as your niece or nephew on your will.

Or just accept the fact that you are the only one who knows your keys. And if it is offline its really hard to teach just anyone who is new to btc to entrust your keys. I would agree on a video but it is just better to write passwords on a piece of paper then hide it a place where it is not hidden but also not a place where everyone will be looking for it like the ceiling fan. Because there is a good chance that people you trust will find it because it is in an unconventional ways.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: pitham1 on June 28, 2017, 01:12:44 AM
I haven't thought about this but I never would trust my bitcoins to some lawyer. The greed level of the majority of the persons is at the highest nowadays. I will only let know about my bitcoins to my family and nothing else so they would know what to do if I were to die. Really a good reminder as death can cheat us all.

Bitcoin is about removing the middleman; removing the need for a trusted third-party? So why would you depend on a lawyer to make sure that your bitcoins get to your loved ones? Just find a way to safely transfer your private keys.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: xianbits on June 28, 2017, 01:18:58 AM
For me this topic is like me having a life insurance that I need to have a beneficiary who I can truly trust. I think it's not hard to disclose all the information to my family because I truly trust and believe in them. Maybe I just need to explain what are cryptocurrencies first so they could really understand that it must be valued and kept secure.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: v0rtecxz on June 28, 2017, 01:45:55 AM
I think what you should do if something worst happens to you, all you have to do is tell all you do and what you have for your family or family so that everything that is done is not in vain. And useful For your family, and you should tell how to access your source of income or your property source, tell how to use it and melt it in its original form, it may be something that has to be done to prevent the worst thing happening to you


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Windpower on June 28, 2017, 09:43:47 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
I currently have no provisions set in the case of my death. I am relatively young but anything can happen at anytime, so it is always smart to have a plan if anything does happen. I plan on making some kind of provision soon and I will be doing it with my lawyer. I am happy to do it with my lawyer as there will be legal documentation to go with the whole process which means that they lawyer can't run off with your money unless he wants to get caught by the police. It is similar to making a will. I really don't see why you are not willing to do it with your lawyer as that is the safest option you have, friends can always turn against you and you won't be able to do anything about it.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Flyyyy on June 28, 2017, 10:29:02 AM
This is actually something important to think about.  I'd assume that as the cryptocurrency market matures, there will be options for beneficiaries in some way or another.

For now, you can make a video and put it on a usb stick, on how to recover and utilize your Bitcoin account, and have that usb stick in a safe, with it listed as your niece or nephew on your will.

In case of death, you must make a will. And in the will to write a password and all other identification data. I think this is the most reliable option.
The problem is that people do not think about death. And death happens suddenly


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Xester on June 28, 2017, 11:25:43 AM
How young was your niece and nephew?  And how young are you?  You are actually thinking about your death when you are actually starting your life.  But penny wise, yes, we will die and we will lost all the possession we have.  Maybe if your niece and nephew already studying maybe you can teach them how to earn bitcoin or what bitcoin is.  Then tell them that you will give them some inheritance.  Or if you are not really sure about bitcoin, maybe encashed it and transfer to a bank. 


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Sled on June 28, 2017, 11:40:36 AM
How young was your niece and nephew?  And how young are you?  You are actually thinking about your death when you are actually starting your life.  But penny wise, yes, we will die and we will lost all the possession we have.  Maybe if your niece and nephew already studying maybe you can teach them how to earn bitcoin or what bitcoin is.  Then tell them that you will give them some inheritance.  Or if you are not really sure about bitcoin, maybe encashed it and transfer to a bank. 
I don't think that converting it into fiat is a good idea because the possibility of earning more money in the long term will get lose because the possibility of price increase in bitcoin is still high for these incoming years and i think that just converting it into fiat will unable them to earn and have a great asset on their young investment portfolio. I think it is better if he will just explain it to his niece and nephew on what is bitcoin first and try to find out if they are worth it to give inheritance to them.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Hafas Rama on June 28, 2017, 04:42:00 PM
I think if your niece is young and not yet understand about bitcoin.
You have to write a will for your nephew that contains what you want to teach your nephew.
And that will your nephew will understand about your relics for himself


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: aesma on June 29, 2017, 03:12:02 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
I currently have no provisions set in the case of my death. I am relatively young but anything can happen at anytime, so it is always smart to have a plan if anything does happen. I plan on making some kind of provision soon and I will be doing it with my lawyer. I am happy to do it with my lawyer as there will be legal documentation to go with the whole process which means that they lawyer can't run off with your money unless he wants to get caught by the police. It is similar to making a will. I really don't see why you are not willing to do it with your lawyer as that is the safest option you have, friends can always turn against you and you won't be able to do anything about it.

Well it really depends on the amount of BTC we're talking about. If you give your lawyer access to 100BTC, he will look it up and see it's currently a nice amount of money. Maybe not enough to screw you, but he will not forget. Then in some years BTC is at 10000$ or more, the lawyer is tired of his job, he might think he can retire in a South American country with your BTC...


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: gabmen on June 29, 2017, 12:10:58 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

LOL such a gloomy thought dude though reasonable. I think you should teach them already about btc. You really wouldn't have much choice but to teach them about it. Or you can make recordings where you can explain to them how to have access to your btcs and how to use it if they're still too young to understand.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Xester on June 29, 2017, 12:16:17 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

LOL such a gloomy thought dude though reasonable. I think you should teach them already about btc. You really wouldn't have much choice but to teach them about it. Or you can make recordings where you can explain to them how to have access to your btcs and how to use it if they're still too young to understand.

Yes, I agree but why would he have to do some recording to teach them.  They could always watch it online on youtube.  More accurate and more understandable. ;D  But anyways, yes, he should teach them already about bitcoins while they are still young.  But kids were not really interested into it as they are more interested on cartoons and games.  Maybe you could write some links, addresses so that when you die they can access it.  Or better yet, exchange it and have open their accounts.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: camelson on June 29, 2017, 12:25:32 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

Don't think about the death if you have Bitcoin in your account just enjoy it and cash it out  ;)
Also search for a person on whom you can trust. I have my family and a friend who know about my private key and I can trust them completely.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Chanock on June 30, 2017, 05:39:11 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

If you are worrying who will benefit on your bitcoin when you die, Evaluate your love ones first, think whose needed your help most  then, as soon as today, educate him/her regarding bitcoin.  If he or she shows no interest, then he/she losses his/her chance to benefit on your bitcoin.  Look for somebody in your family who will show interest and I am sure that one of them will show interest and maybe they will invest on bitcoin when he/she found out how you earn using bitcoin even you are still alive.  Then, both of you will benefits on bitcoin. But if ever nobody in the family shows no interest, you can donate your bitcoin in  social welfare through educating the person in-charge how bitcoin works.  There is no need to worry about what will happen to your bitcoin when you die.  Right now, Just live your life up to the fullest  and enjoy your bitcoin earnings.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: mariahh on June 30, 2017, 08:20:37 PM
The fact that you couldn't afford money to die is dramatic (but this is not our theme).
Personally I have never thought what would I do my bitcoin account if i would been dead.This because  I've just started the account and I am only 19 years old.However people generally don't think that they are going to die because they do not want to die, and this means that we should all make sure that if we die this kind of investmen (bitcoin) somebody else would gain the value of "money" instead of get lost.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: doomloop on June 30, 2017, 10:04:17 PM

I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

death is the compulsory thing and no one knows about the date and time, i think you are good at this point that you think about this matter, well in my opinion you do not need to give your personal keys to lawyers but you need to write all your personal keys in your dairy or whatever and simply tell about it to your siblings and tell them to get profit after him.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: JL421 on June 30, 2017, 11:35:07 PM
Now that's a really bad situation for you why don't you just store it in a usb and tell you neice to keep it safe. You can create like a document file in it explaining everything and how to restore. Or I'm assuming you are pretty old so why don't you just sell those coins and enjoy your life as you said you have no one with you


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: batang_bitcoin on June 30, 2017, 11:56:30 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

Don't trust some lawyers as they are only for the money. But still there are some lawyers that has commitment to their jobs and contract so it's good also if you will have your last will to your nieces and nephews when you die, just give him some instruction and he's the one to explain it when you passed away.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Sled on July 01, 2017, 10:08:45 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

Don't trust some lawyers as they are only for the money. But still there are some lawyers that has commitment to their jobs and contract so it's good also if you will have your last will to your nieces and nephews when you die, just give him some instruction and he's the one to explain it when you passed away.
It is still better and safe to just teach those kids about bitcoin instead of trusting a lawyer because you can't be sure if he will do his job in bitcoin, if he will turn over the bitcoins after of your death. Teaching children or teens is not that time consuming and it just need a few hours to make them understand what are you really saying and it will not cost you a lot of money because hiring a lawyer costs at least a few hundred bucks or even higher than that.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: senyap101 on July 01, 2017, 10:16:58 AM
It's really awkward you could have even a slight thought in your head about dying... But just in case you could get your best man or mate to hold on to your assets for you


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: bitcoinisbest on July 01, 2017, 10:19:45 AM
It's really awkward you could have even a slight thought in your head about dying... But just in case you could get your best man or mate to hold on to your assets for you

Its essential to even think on this line because nobody has seen tomorrow. SO you need to plan out things in such a manner that other should be aware about your investment done in any form in financial markets or others and can take it forward from their in case of uncertainty .


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Vaskiy on July 01, 2017, 10:22:28 AM
It's really awkward you could have even a slight thought in your head about dying... But just in case you could get your best man or mate to hold on to your assets for you

Its essential to even think on this line because nobody has seen tomorrow. SO you need to plan out things in such a manner that other should be aware about your investment done in any form in financial markets or others and can take it forward from their in case of uncertainty .

Agreed, life is uncertain. None know what happens the next minute, so as the above mate mentioned we need to be active and has plans to profit from our family when something happens. Nothing similar to bank nominee service is found, but we need to teach them and make them use of our hard investment rather than letting it go unused.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: webtricks on July 01, 2017, 11:55:04 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

Since Bitcoin is unregulated in most of the countries, it is certainly possible that anybody can claim your Bitcoins. I don't think will in this case would work too, you need to give out private keys to your nieces, nephews rest no chances. 
I think best for you is to spend BTC and enjoy your life or alternatively let BTC rest in your wallet and forget worrying what would happen to them after your death. Let's them lock for future.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Theb on July 01, 2017, 12:03:58 PM
It is possible for your nieces and nephews to benefit all your Bitcoins in the event of your death if someone knows the password of your Bitcoin Wallet. Because it is the key in order for your heirs to access what is inside of your Wallet Account. Now I don't know the procedures for your lawyer much more the laws involving your country but you must ask a legal assistance of a lawyer in that matter. If you don't want any lawyer involve you can always go straight to your heirs with no problem.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Hasbro27 on July 01, 2017, 12:05:04 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

I think it's hard if I'm in your position, because your nephew is underage, I think waiting for your niece is old enough, and praying that you are given a long life, that's my opinion.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Silberman on July 02, 2017, 07:28:40 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

I am also facing the same situation. I am not married, and my parents are not tech savvy enough to understand the technology behind Bitcoin. I haven't shared my private keys or wallet backups with anyone, as I am afraid that they will double-cross me and steal my coins. What should I do to make sure that my coins don't go waste?
Maybe you could try to share your seed instead, in a way that no one else would understand, you could underline twelve words in a book in the order in which they appear in your seed and you tell your parents that in that book there is a lot of wealth, you teach them how to recover your wallet with a different seed, maybe you create a video or write the instructions in your will and that way your coins will not be lost.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Babylon on July 02, 2017, 09:27:48 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
To be successful in trading or business first you should have  knowledge, skills and experience. This will help you to seek and grab opportunities along your way. Also you should've some capital, it's hard to start trading without money. To gain experience you should also talk and ask some experienced traders advice.



Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Osarman on July 03, 2017, 09:05:21 PM
I see some of you point out lawyers but how can I trust a lawyer when the subject is bitcoin? I can't trust a damn lawyer for my bitcoin.
Bitcoin is breaking records now a days you in a future you will allow to hire a lawyer to handle your case according to bitcoin. Don't take it easily take everything serious.Because sometimes the seeing thing is not the same inside which is looking toward. So i will bit you will hire a bitcoin if something happen like that.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: toomanygoldy2 on July 04, 2017, 01:12:59 AM
It's good to have someone that can keep your goods in case you die, at least you can rest knowing someone you don't know can't steal what you worked for during life.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: White Christmas on July 04, 2017, 02:17:34 AM
In event of my death I consider all the people that I laugh with ,work with and love with. I will surely appreciate people that will come on my funeral and reminisce the moments that I am with them.I will surely remember them.
Yes you are so lucky if you found a friends like them before you get died. In event of my death I want to have a part where my bestfriend will reminisce our craziness. I want those people who are near from be happy on that day even im gone. I cant see them crying cause its like killing myself for the second time around.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: ladydark on July 04, 2017, 11:26:10 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
If your health is now worse,then its a critical issue.The only way i could see is that you can sell your bitcoins for cash and buy some properties in name of your nephews.That idea would work better.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Vohoanghiep on July 04, 2017, 12:21:37 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

I think you should use the money you earn to buy property and make a will for them to name. That's an effective way. Besides, you can also ask a trusted person to keep all your keys and wallet, after you die he or she will transfer all of that to the person you want to leave.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Palmerson on July 04, 2017, 12:26:07 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

I think you should use the money you earn to buy property and make a will for them to name. That's an effective way. Besides, you can also ask a trusted person to keep all your keys and wallet, after you die he or she will transfer all of that to the person you want to leave.
I think that in this case, it is to be trusted is not a good idea. Where you have a guarantee that after your death people will be given the keys. The idea of real estate more attractive. You can purchase mining equipment and to leave a legacy. Then your money will work for your family after your death.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: jtipt on July 04, 2017, 12:41:12 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
If your health is now worse,then its a critical issue.The only way i could see is that you can sell your bitcoins for cash and buy some properties in name of your nephews.That idea would work better.
Yeah that's a rather good idea, that way OP doesn't have to trust anybody with sensitive private keys and also not worry about the volatility of bitcoin. It would be the safest way for his nieces and nephews to inherit OP's BTC wealth.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: tu-co on July 04, 2017, 01:37:11 PM
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I would just write a will with my lawyer then open a safe with a good bank to keep all my wallet details which are to be disclosed to my lawyer in the presence of my named nephews and nieces and all beneficiaries only when I am deceased. In that way, you should be able to share your profit with no kwams.

AFAIK, there is currently no law that makes it illegal for the lawyer to "steal" those coins, before or after the testator's death (this has been discussed on the forum again and again, "stealing" bitcoins has not been defined legally yet). Unless OP lives in an area where mystic wills are allowed (the will would contain the private keys), even those require three witnesses ready to testify the authenticity of that will which may be a risky proposition as those witnesses may or may not be alive/available at the time of the testator's death.

This problem can be solved by using smart contracts if there is a foolproof, non-tamperable way to digitally record one's death. I can't think of any such way other than, lets say, you not signing into your email account for more than 3 months or whatever you set it at.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Harlot on July 04, 2017, 02:36:49 PM
Well in that case you have nothing left to do, without approaching anyone for your last will and testament after you die your Bitcoins and all of your fortune will be shared by the next of kin which are your siblings. So if you really don't want your siblings to have all of it you must tell it to your lawyer on what to do. Also maybe an alternative step is just donate your Bitcoin to your nephews and nieces if they are in the respective right age. You should be taking care of this about now as it can determine if your Bitcoin will be useless after your death.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: que91 on July 04, 2017, 03:22:46 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
If your health is now worse,then its a critical issue.The only way i could see is that you can sell your bitcoins for cash and buy some properties in name of your nephews.That idea would work better.

This is really an interesting question, bitcoin ensures the security of our money, so it has absolute security, your relatives must know about your private key to own bitcoin. Otherwise, your bitcoin will be permanently lost.
Haha, if scared that, always ready with death anytime and write a will for your family before it happens. Don't forget teach them how to use private key and using Bitcoin or exchange Bitcoin to FIAT, if not know that, have private key just useless ;D


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: NathanJB on July 04, 2017, 03:26:02 PM
How old are you by the way sir? You may wait a little more time for your nieces and nephews to gain more age and wisdom to be able to understand everything. If you think there is no more time left for you, I think you better invest those to stuff they could easily get by the time you left this world.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Aikidoka on July 07, 2017, 12:12:44 AM
I hope you die after 10000 years. No, brother. You shouldn't think about death right now. Focus on your career and yourself. Rely on yourself. Believe in yourself. Trust yourself. I might have strayed too far from the actual topic. But if you read this, do what I said. And if you feel that death is nearby, write a will and give your fortune to your beloved ones.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: deepcolderwallet on July 07, 2017, 12:13:46 AM
Write down your wallet's seed hidden in a book. Show the book cover and those twelve words to your siblings, explain them how to re-create a wallet with these words. Show them how to find the book in your shelf. Don't involve lawyers or anybody strange to your family.

Bad idea, obviously the odds of someone finding this seed in your book is extremely small, but it simply cannot be ignored especially if you are planning on giving massive amounts of bitcoin in your will. And in a situation where there are no backups, even if something minor like a house fire occurs, you are at risk of losing the seed to recover the wallet.

Someone should be very stupid to leave an amount of Bitcoin worth leaving to posterity WITHOUT BACKUPS!
The fact I did not mention doing backups in the same style (seed hidden on books) does not mean IT IS NOT OBVIOUS that a backup MUST be in other places.
And if done in a correct way (I'm not specifying here, you use your imagination as you will) a seed hidden in a book (or some specific books) is a perfect way to leave inheritance.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: santieevanz on July 07, 2017, 01:11:44 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?



Well if you think that you're death is near and you really wanted to give your nieces and nephews a profit of it since they are still young, i think the very best idea for you is used the money to buy a property. A property that was named for them and that's the most effective way in leaving them some good things and if your bestfriend/close friend is still in your side, you can ask for their help to keep those keys and tell her to transfer everything to you niece and nephews at the right time :) So goodluck and enjoy the remaining time of yours :)


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: hritevanz on July 07, 2017, 02:00:44 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

To be honest, i am bit sad knowing that you are thinking of your death and planning to give your nieces and nephews some good stuff before you leave which made me think that maybe you're death is near. But then, if you really wanted to give your nieces/nephews some profits of yours i'd prefer you to buy a property which was named for them. You can ask an attorney for that, but still you gotta go and check the background of the attorney :) Go out and enjoy your life :) SIMPLE  :)


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Oilacris on July 07, 2017, 02:21:36 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
If your health is now worse,then its a critical issue.The only way i could see is that you can sell your bitcoins for cash and buy some properties in name of your nephews.That idea would work better.

This is really an interesting question, bitcoin ensures the security of our money, so it has absolute security, your relatives must know about your private key to own bitcoin. Otherwise, your bitcoin will be permanently lost.
Haha, if scared that, always ready with death anytime and write a will for your family before it happens. Don't forget teach them how to use private key and using Bitcoin or exchange Bitcoin to FIAT, if not know that, have private key just useless ;D
Its just a common sense to say to them about on how to use those private keys its just like that you are giving our a password on your atm card because if they wont know such thing then expect for those bitcoin will be surely lost and no one would able to access it forever thats why its important to tell them before you die on the most important things to access that wallet..


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Silberman on July 07, 2017, 02:26:04 AM
I see some of you point out lawyers but how can I trust a lawyer when the subject is bitcoin? I can't trust a damn lawyer for my bitcoin.
Bitcoin is breaking records now a days you in a future you will allow to hire a lawyer to handle your case according to bitcoin. Don't take it easily take everything serious.Because sometimes the seeing thing is not the same inside which is looking toward. So i will bit you will hire a bitcoin if something happen like that.
Donít get me wrong but the whole point of bitcoin is to eliminate the need to trust a third party with your money, so using a lawyer is something that goes against bitcoinís nature, so we need to find ways to be able to pass on our bitcoin wealth without using a third party and at the same time without risking losing our wealth in the process too.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: olubams on July 07, 2017, 06:04:00 AM
This is something I haven't really given a thought but reading at several replies to this thread gave a feeling of start making plans towards something like that because no actually knows except someone having a terminal disease couple with several ways to die that abounds without any notice. I guess trusting someone is just the key to all this that without it nothing can actually be done.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Hui8 on July 07, 2017, 06:23:23 AM
Wow thats like advance civilisation thinking! I did not think of this in anytime before I read your thread here. Need to think of it in the legal way as internet is full of scam. If I will have to do that then I will keep everything written in my will and give away password and usernames and private keys to my advocate probably. (If Iím rich enough) Or else will write it down and give the address to it in the will itself. Sounds scifi story but thats the only thing I could do.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Mpamaegbu on July 11, 2017, 04:55:07 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyer to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

I would be lying if I told you I hadn't thought about this thing OP pointed out. Death is inevitable and most times comes when least expected. It doesn't select age before it visits. For me, I really haven't taken any measure to guard against this inevitability even though I am a married guy. My wife knows a bit about Bitcoin but doesn't pay it any attention. So, I am left alone in the game. That means I should begin to plan on something soon that would safeguard my satoshis in terms of any demise.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Anfisman on July 11, 2017, 05:33:36 AM
Oh I'm so sorry to hear that. If I were you, I would make as much preparation before I die, I would write a letter and put it in an envelope and I will put a memory with a video about where my bitcoin would be given, and I would give it to my brother, and tell him that this envelope Is my inheritance and should only be opened after I die. Maybe that's the way you can do if you do not trust the lawyer at this time. And I believe sometimes we more trust families than anyone. But I hope you have a long life so you can enjoy your hard work with your loved ones.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Renji Abarai on July 11, 2017, 05:53:00 AM
This is a great question, what will happen to our crypto assets when we ceased to exist. In our family, I am the only one who is having the passion about this cryptocurrency. Though I teach them the basic but the technicalities about the pvt keys, and several account in trading and some eth wallet are completely unknown to them. I think I would make an instruction or guidelines and put in a safe place and tell them to read and study. All this effort will go to waste if no one knows in our family.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: gabmen on July 11, 2017, 10:21:51 AM
This is a great question, what will happen to our crypto assets when we ceased to exist. In our family, I am the only one who is having the passion about this cryptocurrency. Though I teach them the basic but the technicalities about the pvt keys, and several account in trading and some eth wallet are completely unknown to them. I think I would make an instruction or guidelines and put in a safe place and tell them to read and study. All this effort will go to waste if no one knows in our family.

Indeed. That's why i think its better if we can get more people to be interested in bitcoin so that if anything unwanted like that happens, it wouldn't be hard to explain to your loved ones what to do. We wouldn't want non-family members or people who aren't even close to ua getting evrything we've worked for in btc right? Especially if its a good amount that you've stored


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: lexamagic on July 11, 2017, 10:36:10 AM
I did not even think about it, because it's too early. I think when this time comes to this, we will already develop some reliable way to transfer bitcoins after death.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: bitcoinisbest on July 11, 2017, 10:38:55 AM
I hope you die after 10000 years. No, brother. You shouldn't think about death right now. Focus on your career and yourself. Rely on yourself. Believe in yourself. Trust yourself. I might have strayed too far from the actual topic. But if you read this, do what I said. And if you feel that death is nearby, write a will and give your fortune to your beloved ones.

I think OP is just being very pratical about it and would like to have a very clear cut approach if anything happens tomorrow . Its actually a very nice thing for preparing oneself for any things that happens tomorrow. SO in such scenario you should know your family member about the bitcoin or such things in which you deal and let them know how its is being traded etc. This will help even if you are out of town they can still trade on your behalf if you are involved in trading.



Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Illiana on July 11, 2017, 08:56:39 PM
hopefully my children will be independent and blessed enough to take care of themselves!


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Silberman on July 11, 2017, 09:12:10 PM
This is a great question, what will happen to our crypto assets when we ceased to exist. In our family, I am the only one who is having the passion about this cryptocurrency. Though I teach them the basic but the technicalities about the pvt keys, and several account in trading and some eth wallet are completely unknown to them. I think I would make an instruction or guidelines and put in a safe place and tell them to read and study. All this effort will go to waste if no one knows in our family.
The good thing is that it does not have to be the case, the only problem is that not many people know what bitcoin is and that is why they may not take you seriously when you talk about the possibility of great wealth that could be lost if something happened to you, but at the end if they do not listen they are the ones that are going to lose and not you.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: tabas on July 11, 2017, 09:31:02 PM
I did not even think about it, because it's too early. I think when this time comes to this, we will already develop some reliable way to transfer bitcoins after death.

Me either, we don't know until when we will be alive. But we must not think about this situation because it only brings negativity to yourself. As myself, I will just teach them on how to cash out bitcoin and that's all. But it's up to them if they will learn on how to keep my bitcoins but we really can't tell on how this is going to happen.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: RedX on July 12, 2017, 01:44:04 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?



That is very easy. Before you die just in case make a letter. If that happens it will be delivered to one of your siblings. Tell them its a huge amount of money and explain everything on that letter on what they need to do. Or marry someone before everything's too late so it's much better that your children will inherit all of that profits.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: livinglightning on July 12, 2017, 01:52:05 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
It's pretty early to think of death. why do'nt you get married? You will have children The money you earn will be legally inherited by your children without fear of anything. If you are not married, you should make an estate divorce for your grandchild. When you die, the property will be theirs


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: HarleyQuinn9876 on July 12, 2017, 01:58:15 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
I think you should make a savings book at the bank. The money you earn from bitcoin is sent to it. You just make a will to leave all the property for your two grandchildren, they will inherit the whole property without worrying about being raped. It's hard to leave your property as bitcoin, it's too small to understand bitcoin and manage it


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Sadlife on July 12, 2017, 02:09:35 AM
How bitcoin do you have ? why not give it to your son or daughter or maybe wife. ? I dont think lawyers has any knowledge about bitcoin, the first thing you should probably do is teach them whoever they are whether your nephew/niece or son/daughter is they need to have basic or the fundamental knowledge about bitcoin cause what if they get your money and just waste it by investing it into some cloud mining site or ponzi scheme then all your efforts in saving it will be all for nothing. I think while it's still early you make them get interested in bitcoin so that they know the pros and cons of this digital currency.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: syaripudin on July 13, 2017, 06:19:16 PM
Death is something that no one can avoid and no one will know when it will happen to us because only God can determine. Then before it comes we must do a very useful thing for the person we will leave behind. Of course we do not want if we died but there are problems left for the people we care about. By giving an understanding of the bitcoin how bitcoin is developed and the other it is one of the things we can inherit to the people we care about. So that someday they can live worthy even though we have left. Knowledge about technology should be applied to our children because bitcoin is a breakthrough on finance using the internet network. I think that's all the things we have to leave to the people we leave to our children and wives


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: markyshat7 on July 13, 2017, 06:57:33 PM
Maybe if you have a very good friend you can trust him/her, while your nephews grow up.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: infer on July 13, 2017, 07:17:03 PM
I think you should make some hint so that people who you trust can find the way to use bitcoin as well as the private key. Nobody wants to lose their bitcoin forever even if he dies. Therefore, you should make some hint or give the private key to someone you trust the most. Bitcoin needs to be used and protect by both owners and who you trust


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: wuvdoll on July 13, 2017, 07:28:45 PM
I think you should make some hint so that people who you trust can find the way to use bitcoin as well as the private key. Nobody wants to lose their bitcoin forever even if he dies. Therefore, you should make some hint or give the private key to someone you trust the most. Bitcoin needs to be used and protect by both owners and who you trust
Not just hint, we must guide our family members like our children or grandchildren to take care of what ever assets we will be holding. It can be bitcoins or any physical assets too. For this reason my government always insist the importance of nominating someone for any financial activities. I believe my spouse and my children will take care of all my assets hopefully. 


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Silberman on July 15, 2017, 09:47:13 PM
I did not even think about it, because it's too early. I think when this time comes to this, we will already develop some reliable way to transfer bitcoins after death.
I do not think this is the right approach it, we cannot expect things to just fix themselves, you never know when something may happen, so you need to be prepared if it does, bu while we are talking about bitcoin, people dying without leaving a will and not revealing the full size of their estate is not something rare, so we must be prepared in that case.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: HasHe on July 20, 2017, 11:51:37 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
If you stage is critical,then it would be better if you sell your bitcoins and buy a property in the name of your siblings.That would be the right choice in such a critical situation.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: GG_monster on July 20, 2017, 11:55:14 AM
I do not know whether there will be bitcoin until I'm ready to die. I think it would be more appropriate to think about this issue, it is still too early. You still need to use coins for yourself.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: warrior333 on July 20, 2017, 11:56:06 AM
If your country is beneficial to engage in mining then maybe it makes sense to buy mining equipment and to leave a legacy machine mining money? This will not only generate income but also will force the heirs to learn what bitcoin is and to properly dispose of your legacy.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Silberman on July 21, 2017, 09:58:43 PM
I did not even think about it, because it's too early. I think when this time comes to this, we will already develop some reliable way to transfer bitcoins after death.

Me either, we don't know until when we will be alive. But we must not think about this situation because it only brings negativity to yourself. As myself, I will just teach them on how to cash out bitcoin and that's all. But it's up to them if they will learn on how to keep my bitcoins but we really can't tell on how this is going to happen.
Personally I think it is important to teach them to keep the bitcoins, most of the time when someone gets money from a deceased familiar they spend it in something useless, so it is important to teach those that are going to receive our estate that when we pass away there are some things that is better to keep so they get even richer in the future, and one of those things is bitcoin.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: h1h2h3_c on July 21, 2017, 10:02:57 PM
Stop thinking about it, dude! Live yor life and care not of anything, but your pleasure!


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: IamHigh on July 21, 2017, 10:05:08 PM
I did not even think about it, because it's too early. I think when this time comes to this, we will already develop some reliable way to transfer bitcoins after death.

Me either, we don't know until when we will be alive. But we must not think about this situation because it only brings negativity to yourself. As myself, I will just teach them on how to cash out bitcoin and that's all. But it's up to them if they will learn on how to keep my bitcoins but we really can't tell on how this is going to happen.
Personally I think it is important to teach them to keep the bitcoins, most of the time when someone gets money from a deceased familiar they spend it in something useless, so it is important to teach those that are going to receive our estate that when we pass away there are some things that is better to keep so they get even richer in the future, and one of those things is bitcoin.

Forget all about it. We have two options. Find a lawyer that will sign a contract with you and have an access to your wallet in case of your death. The other one is that giving your wallet info to one of the family members.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: jameshowlett on July 21, 2017, 10:07:26 PM
Maybe if you have a very good friend you can trust him/her, while your nephews grow up.
Maybe friends are good options. But dont you think that it will be better if you trust a member of your family? Like your wife or your kids or even your parents. It is not very hard to teach them about bitcoin and the cryptocurrency


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: darkangel11 on July 21, 2017, 10:21:33 PM
I'm actually completely unprepared for death. I have no will or anything, but I'm still young and my parents are alive, so I haven't inherited anything yet. I'll start worrying about it when I have a significant wealth and/or a family of my own. If I died now there wouldn't be anybody who could put my coins to a good use, as my parents have more than enough to live out their final years and they're too old to start traveling or move to a new house. Life is so short...


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: mybedisall4mee on July 21, 2017, 10:54:50 PM
Look for a very good friend to trust with, while your other options grow up.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: BitcoinPC on July 22, 2017, 06:52:16 AM
There are various legal ways to set this up in there are so various software ways to set this up. You can set up smart contracts that cover the event of a death. You can also set up legal contracts to cover the event of a death. Very simple the easiest way to do it would be a legal route where you seal the password in a file and that file cannot be opened by anyone except for the attorney at the time of death.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: CryptosapienZA on July 23, 2017, 03:22:38 PM
This has been really eyeopening. Atleast it looks like I am not the only one who is totally unprepared should death knock on my door. I am in the process of making proper arrangements. Thank you for the suggestions!


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Coinmyjob on July 23, 2017, 03:39:43 PM
This has been really eyeopening. Atleast it looks like I am not the only one who is totally unprepared should death knock on my door. I am in the process of making proper arrangements. Thank you for the suggestions!
I'm even a bit confused, because you do not think about your death quite young enough. But the fact is that it happens to come very unexpectedly and if you think about it, you probably need to make some preparations. It is even possible to write a will.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: CODE200 on July 23, 2017, 03:43:27 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
In case of dying all of my private keys are in my one USB and I have a note in that I guess and that will be their access to my money and I hope they will know it because I am only one in the family that know about the bitcoin so I think they figure it out soon.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: masterchief001 on July 23, 2017, 04:24:17 PM
Maybe if you have a very good friend you can trust him/her, while your nephews grow up.
Maybe friends are good options. But dont you think that it will be better if you trust a member of your family? Like your wife or your kids or even your parents. It is not very hard to teach them about bitcoin and the cryptocurrency

I think a real friend is someone you can trust, however, there are many things that can happen. The friendship is beautiful, but it often comes with the traitor. This betrayal hurts you more than anything, so do not choose the wrong person.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Aamir1 on July 23, 2017, 04:47:06 PM
I myself never thought of it that way. I also don't have anyone right now whom i can give my private keys or make him/her understand that what is bitcoin and how it works and how you can use my money if i die (Hope that doesn't happen soon). Lets hope we don't die until we do something for this, and if we die before that, our coins will stay in our wallets forever unless someone hack into our wallets and take them out.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: franco123 on July 25, 2017, 03:04:08 PM
Every investment instrument has it's own different kinds of risk, and this topic is one of which when investing in Bitcoin. However, just like the other investment instruments, this risk can also be managed in order to minimize the overall risk of your investment. An example for you to minimize the risk of the situation is by having a bank that would secure your access to your wallet. Yes, I agree that you can not just trust a lawyer with the details because they can easily cash out your Bitcoins and run away with it. But with banks, you will sign a contract and as a well established bank, they will follow the contract and only give access to your details to the heirs that you will provide them. So be careful in the bank of your choice, make sure it is a big one or the top bank in your country in order to secure your details from being leaked.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: prieaji on July 25, 2017, 04:48:16 PM
Before I die, I will give all to my child. But before giving it to me I have to teach what bitcoin it is to my own child.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: ubitcoin on July 25, 2017, 05:16:55 PM
Look for a very good friend to trust with, while your other options grow up.
There will be option create by bitcoin soon. So we should not need a trusted friend after all this option will improve everything. So we can give our bitcoin permission after death to other. But as you talked about a good friend. Why should not be a family friend because family is closer and trusted than a friend instead giving address to friend we should give to our family members.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: hdclover on July 25, 2017, 05:21:58 PM
1.just make a paper wallets of all your crypto assets, print it and store it in bank vault
2. write a little manual about crypto
3.tell your families that you have a certain amount of cash or gold in the vault



Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: dwieyani on July 25, 2017, 05:56:44 PM
If you experience death whether you will do the same with others, other people will do a testament to children or inheritance, This is a good way to pass bitcoins as an inheritance item without simply revealing the private key to the handler.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: doomloop on July 27, 2017, 03:04:54 PM
Every investment instrument has it's own different kinds of risk, and this topic is one of which when investing in Bitcoin. However, just like the other investment instruments, this risk can also be managed in order to minimize the overall risk of your investment. An example for you to minimize the risk of the situation is by having a bank that would secure your access to your wallet. Yes, I agree that you can not just trust a lawyer with the details because they can easily cash out your Bitcoins and run away with it. But with banks, you will sign a contract and as a well established bank, they will follow the contract and only give access to your details to the heirs that you will provide them. So be careful in the bank of your choice, make sure it is a big one or the top bank in your country in order to secure your details from being leaked.
yes you are right and I am strongly agree with you that everything in this world has some risk and the same way bitcoin also facing a kind of risk and there is nothing new in it but I think our life does not have any guaranty so how can we say that we will earn good money even without any risk bitcoin is a currency in which the chance of earning is bigger than the chance of loss.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: CryptosapienZA on July 27, 2017, 03:14:10 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
In case of dying all of my private keys are in my one USB and I have a note in that I guess and that will be their access to my money and I hope they will know it because I am only one in the family that know about the bitcoin so I think they figure it out soon.

This is a brilliant idea.  Unfortunately due to the fact that Bitcoin transactions are not reversible is my main reason I dont have a lawyer I trust not to steal my little accumulated wealth. This suggestion is very convenient. I think I will separate the assets, one half in usb and the rest in paper wallet. Thank you!


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Silberman on July 27, 2017, 11:07:29 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?



That is very easy. Before you die just in case make a letter. If that happens it will be delivered to one of your siblings. Tell them its a huge amount of money and explain everything on that letter on what they need to do. Or marry someone before everything's too late so it's much better that your children will inherit all of that profits.
Nope it is not easy at all, you say before you die, but what if you die suddenly, like in an accident then your coins are going to be lost, and if you reveal your private keys to someone then they are the owners of the coins, so like you see this is not an easy matter at all, since someone could steal the private key from the person you gave it to and then rob you and leave you with nothing.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Chikitita2004 on August 07, 2017, 07:04:57 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

Another option can be, put everything in a secret place. Records of all your private keys, records of all your bank accounts and properties and written testaments that if something happens to you, what's been written in your testament will be binding, and secure them in a safest place you think is and secure a trusted individual also or a lawyer and have them sign with the third or fourth party for the agreement. So the lawyer could not run away with it by himself.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Yarsk on August 07, 2017, 07:51:56 PM
My friend why will you be thinking of death at this prime age of your life, even God assured us in his world that with long life he will satisfy us. So why thinking who will inherit ur bitcoin wallet when you die.
Have you thought of the life ahead of you ur beautiful wife, your lovely kids. Pls work on your mindset and inrase death from your dictionary.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Tyrantt on August 08, 2017, 01:20:24 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

put everything you've got on a flash drive and leave it in a banks vault? Then leave in the will the password or whatever to the one you think he'd use it the most. That's what I'd do or maybe send keys to some charity and write somewhere on how to use it.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: CryptosapienZA on August 09, 2017, 02:23:36 PM
My friend why will you be thinking of death at this prime age of your life, even God assured us in his world that with long life he will satisfy us. So why thinking who will inherit ur bitcoin wallet when you die.
Have you thought of the life ahead of you ur beautiful wife, your lovely kids. Pls work on your mindset and inrase death from your dictionary.

Unfortunately if theres one thing we are all certain of. It is that death is our future. Death doesnt care whether we like that or not. I would rather be prepared than living on a bubble of,"I am not going to die anytime soon". Noone knows when their time will come.

I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

put everything you've got on a flash drive and leave it in a banks vault? Then leave in the will the password or whatever to the one you think he'd use it the most. That's what I'd do or maybe send keys to some charity and write somewhere on how to use it.

Thank you!


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: alyssa85 on August 09, 2017, 02:26:43 PM
I've got a dossier for my spouse with all the keys to the wallets in the event of death.

Everyone should do this - death happens to us all, so be prepared, and make arrangements, you don't want your hard earn coins to be lost forever.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: yua_na on August 09, 2017, 02:43:25 PM
i give my big brother and my sister my private key, incase i die eventually, i also say to both of them, thats in that private key, is for my daughter, all for her..i trust my sister and big brother, i trust them they will not takes any cent of it if i did not give them,

thank god i have a very honest sister and brother


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: suvo05 on August 17, 2017, 07:29:51 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

That means you are suggesting that you don't have anyone to look after you.  Then why are you thinking about your post life just earn and enjoy. 


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: omonuyak on August 17, 2017, 07:56:16 AM
I will advise you to start teaching Your children how bitcoin work so they can access it after death.  You can safe your key with bank and using your children as the next of kids. Many people are having this same fear you have and that is the reason many people are afraid  of investing in bitcoin and cryptocurrency.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: orions.belt19 on August 17, 2017, 08:42:47 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
I haven't really made any kind of plans in regards to something like that, but I guess I might as well set up something so that the rest of my family is able to get their hands on my Bitcoin in the event that I die. I don't know if the small amount of money they would get from something like this would be worth the time since there would be far large payouts from life insurance, assuming I die from something covered by that, but you never know.

I'll probably have a usb or two with text files with a ton of different keys, with IDs like A-1 or whatever, and on my will I'll have the correct private key listed.

I also haven't been considering on what to do with my Bitcoins in the event of my death because I'm still young, but that is irrelevant because death can come to anyone at any point. I also don't have anyone I can rely to since I am also single and without any living descendant.

I guess I'd probably do the same, and leave the private keys in a usb or hard drive with some instructions for someone I can rely on or trust. Bitcoin is a hard thing to leave behind to someone who has little knowledge on bitcoin because it is quite hard to understand.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Williamscott on August 17, 2017, 08:49:36 AM
I did not even think about it, because it's too early. I think when this time comes to this, we will already develop some reliable way to transfer bitcoins after death.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Maricel2017 on September 15, 2017, 02:04:19 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
In event of my death wherever and whenever it would be as long as it is according to the Lord Jesus Christ who created me I would rather accept it and I will surely appreciate those people whom I enjoyed my life with.
In case my time will come i want to be ready because it is written in the bible that for me to live is Christ and to die is gain. Everyone should be ready because we are all go with that situation.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: balakang00 on October 07, 2017, 10:26:05 AM
I think you should have one person you trust the most to hold the key of your account for if you die he/she will manage everything.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: betMaster on October 07, 2017, 02:06:19 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
Well you should always have someone completely aware of all the details about your activities whether they are legal or not , whether they're involved with money , work , people or anything your life consists of . So in case of something happening to you that trusted person will take care of things after you . That person doesn't necessarily have to be your sibling or your wife , it can be your best friend or your coworker or anybody that you trust enough to tell all your life private details and you can give him the password of your phone or Pc so he'll be able to access everything if something happens to you and you won't be able to handle your own matters (death/jail/sickness/gone missing .. ) , that person will be able to pay your bills/take care of your funds/your family/ and your house .


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: edynolan on October 07, 2017, 04:09:39 PM
it seems your life is so sad that you are single, live alone, your parents die and even your brother does not care about it but you want your niece to get some of your profit. mmmm should you give it all because you're dead why some, if you do not trust a lawyer to go to your close friend or someone you strongly trust to keep your private key and give to your nephew sometime.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: entrepmind23 on October 07, 2017, 04:31:02 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

You have to let your siblings know the importance of it. Maybe they don't care about it because they don't understand but if you explain to them properly then maybe they can be convince to learn it because all your coins then would be gone if no one would be able to access it after your death. I have known some who have several copies of private key that he give to his trusted friend, other to his lawyer and the other copy to his siblings. You can have a legal agreement about it so that you can protect your funds since we all have no idea of what the future will be.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: audaciousbeing on October 07, 2017, 04:42:01 PM
Death is one sure thing that would come but preparing for it is another key thing that one must also do because it can happen anytime whatsoever when there are over 1001 ways to die. For me, I have a diary where I wrote the whole of the passwords and pins. My sibling is already into crypto currency, all that is needed is just for him to get this details and set the ball rolling without too much difficulty whatsoever and I guess that's what everybody should put in plan right from today if you haven't.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: KaliLinux on October 07, 2017, 06:08:01 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
Your thinking's are like old aged and even they do have some hope on their life time. Change your way of thinking. Try to think in positive way that you live for long with your dependents and let them know the value of you savings in bitcoin and utilize them in right way. At last you should believe in someone like friends are anyone to share your personal thoughts.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Hazaki on October 08, 2017, 12:57:37 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
I already have written a will , even if i'm still young in age and didn't really thought of what will happen if i die or something bad happens to me . I've written all important stuff on it , where's my money accounts and if i got things to clear out . I have some good folks , some friends i love so much and i'm pretty sure that they care a lot and will do good by me even if i'm not here anymore . I'd love if my money goes to an orphanage that's not too far from where i live and where i went regularly to help out .


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Firefox07 on October 08, 2017, 01:13:12 AM
My wife knows what are the important detail of my wallet. So in case the time of my death come. She will know what to do with my wallet.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: novhitadaloma on October 08, 2017, 03:07:47 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
Life and death of a person is in the hands of god, my advice you better introduce about bitcoin to your nephew.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: cpfreeplz on October 08, 2017, 03:15:50 AM
I have a plan in place. It's not elaborate and very well thought out but people close to me will have access to my bitcoins and anyone else would not even know how to find them. That's the way it should be.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: malikusama on October 08, 2017, 04:59:09 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
Just put your private keys in a secret locker (either in bank or home) and allow your nieces and nephews to access them after your death, but before everything teach them about bitcoin so that they understand it properly. BTW to get married and give access to your own children's will be the most wise decision.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: mustakforum on October 08, 2017, 05:38:02 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
Your heart is too noble, may the god Almighty always protect you. Amen


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Nerman on October 08, 2017, 06:24:34 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

In case of death although you mentioned that your sibling doest not care about cryptocurrency just inform them. For sure if you mention how much your bitcoins and other coins are worth you will get their attention. You may also go to a bank and leave a hardware wallet and just inform them about it in case you die.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: StevenRA on October 08, 2017, 06:45:34 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

put everything you've got on a flash drive and leave it in a banks vault? Then leave in the will the password or whatever to the one you think he'd use it the most. That's what I'd do or maybe send keys to some charity and write somewhere on how to use it.

That sounds like a pretty clever remedy.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: plaintiff77 on October 08, 2017, 07:01:05 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
I would have asked why you would be thinking of death when you are apparently just starting your life, then it dawned on me that death is inevitable. I still wanna live very long so death is the last thing on my mind right now and I know God's gat my back but if I am to do what you wanna do, I would just write a will with my lawyer then open a safe with a good bank to keep all my wallet details which are to be disclosed to my lawyer in the presence of my named nephews and nieces and all beneficiaries only when I am deceased. In that way, you should be able to share your profit with no kwams.

in the event of my death, i make sure my bitcoin account is already accesible by my husband. because at present i can see how blessed i am as a bitcoiner. we never know when will be the end of our existence but bitcoin is infinite although inflation is constant and i believe rate of it gets higher and higher that is why i should not let go of being active in using this bitcoin. it helped me a lot and so as to my family and i trust them specially my husband. they should continue what i started because i know we ll have better future through it.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: lienfaye on October 08, 2017, 07:12:41 AM
I dont have to worry about this because i have a partner and she knows everything about me including my private keys the same with her too. but i dont want to think ahead, thinking too much can lead to sadness especially in your case living alone. why dont you find someone that can be your companion for the rest of your life have kids and live happy.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Casdinyard on October 08, 2017, 07:19:35 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

You have a lonely life sir, I hope you also have friends that can rely and talk to. If you don't really trust lawyers just leave a letter in your safe box for your nephews and nieces where they can find it easily. As right now they're very young and they can't understand what these whole thing about. Well your nieces and nephews are very lucky to have you as uncle.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: tobs on October 08, 2017, 08:49:43 AM
I've come across such services and projects that somehow are able to encrypt your private key and store it securely, then to decrypt it someone needs to provide official documents that you have passed away. I mean this of course may turn out to be a scam, but if there is a real technology behind it, and you can check out for yourself that this company has no way to decrypt and get to know your keys, this may be a valid option.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: LordDisick on October 08, 2017, 11:40:49 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

Honestly I really hate a topic about death because im too scared for that to happen specially to my love ones but i realize that we all gonna lead to that scary situation. So my opinion is if ever I've got a very big amount of bitcoin i will give my husband or daughter an access to my wallet just in case in an event i will die suddenly. To ensure that my bitcoins are safe and they can use it when im gone in this world.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: zidanw on October 08, 2017, 11:59:04 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
I have never thought about this even though death can come at any time, If you can not trust anyone even a lawyer, maybe you can take out insurance, I can not think of anything better :o .


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: pginvest on October 08, 2017, 12:12:19 PM
You could consider using a password manager, like last pass, this has a facility to give someone else access to details in the event that you become uncontactable.

This is actually a pretty serious problem though!


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: aoihs00 on October 08, 2017, 02:43:47 PM


I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?



In case of death although you mentioned that your sibling doest not care about cryptocurrency just inform them. For sure if you mention how much your bitcoins and other coins are worth you will get their attention. You may also go to a bank and leave a hardware wallet and just inform them about it in case you die.



I think this one sounds fairly nice solution to the ops question. They should put the hardware wallet into banks locker which would be most safe place around. Then as per the bank norms he will have to put the name of nominee in case of the death and the stuff. So easily he can out either siblings name or parents name on the nominee list and give it bank. Then rest is assured I guess. Moreover there will be no question of lawyers and stuff as he will have it clearly stated that value access to be given to those particular siblings and thus they will understand the rest once they see what's inside it. Also do write down thenoruvate keys, pass keys and everything needed to access the wallet and put it alongside the hardware wallet in the bank vault. :-)


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: tenakha on October 08, 2017, 02:56:55 PM
You could consider using a password manager, like last pass, this has a facility to give someone else access to details in the event that you become uncontactable.

This is actually a pretty serious problem though!

Password manager doesnt hold your private keys.So it is useless in this case.There is a project which promises to keep your private keys somewhere safe place and they will forward to your relatives if they can prove your death legally.Unfortunately i forgot the name of project.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Heyyyrenz on October 08, 2017, 03:23:44 PM
The good thing to do about your bitcoin is to store it into paper wallet and save a copy for yourself and for your niece or cousins. Then have a conversation to them that if your gonna leave the world use the paper wallet that you're going to give to them.

Or maybe you can store your bitcoin in different paper wallets and give it to them. Then talk to them that if your gonna die use that paper wallet you've given to them for their education, expenses or whatsoever.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: TomUyamot on October 08, 2017, 03:29:00 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

I am not yet thinking of this possibility. I guess you don't have to personally give your private keys to your little nieces and nephews. A little note with instructions and details will do. You just have to store them somewhere very safe. A tiny safe vault is enough for that little piece of paper. How lucky your young relatives must be!


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: carlfebz2 on October 08, 2017, 03:37:10 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

I am not yet thinking of this possibility. I guess you don't have to personally give your private keys to your little nieces and nephews. A little note with instructions and details will do. You just have to store them somewhere very safe. A tiny safe vault is enough for that little piece of paper. How lucky your young relatives must be!
Well possibilities cant really be removed because all of us do really come to a state on where we all died.In his situation hes single and don't have a family he do tend to leave those bitcoins to his nieces and nephews which they are really lucky because they don't have any awareness that there is already a money that awaits for them incase op would die but thinking off that he would still able to make his own family and yet we wont able to know on when we would die.It would either to last 100 years.  :)


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Kompodd on October 08, 2017, 03:47:16 PM
My girlfriend knows the passwords from my purses and in case of my death she will be able to pick up her coins. Also, I will tell my children my passwords when they are already old enough to use my money.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Lancebellon on October 08, 2017, 04:37:56 PM
You could set a puzzle or treasure map. Tell your nephews and nieces a story on how to get. Of course they have to be smart enough.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Crafts12 on October 08, 2017, 05:58:40 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
I suggest to you that if your siblings dont care with any of your digital money you want to give, you can just tell it to them so incase they need money, they can do something about what you are saying. In that way, your bitcoin or your money can still be safe and be spend by your family or relatives.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: nskendrovic on October 08, 2017, 08:23:29 PM
In the event of my death I would have given my 12 word seed to someone I loved and trusted and they will be able to recover whatever funds I have that way.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: innocent93 on October 08, 2017, 10:14:46 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
This is a big question that you put. Like most of the guys i don't have an answer that could help you, or perhaps... i think that you could make a safe deposit box in a  bank on the name of your nesses, and to be sure that the time is not wasted (if you have altcoins) put a high price order on them so the possibility to gain more money when they will be gowned up will be bigger. 10x for the big question :)


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Asawakobana2017 on October 08, 2017, 10:51:43 PM
I believe with my son and wife
So what to fear with death
They will receive everything..

Well your right we have our family's to be trusted on what we have now. There is nothing to fear because we don't know what is the exact time and exact way we will die. So that we must trust God in our earthly life and to trust in him to all blessing that we receive. Our family is the only one who will receive everything.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: YTBitcoin on October 08, 2017, 11:20:12 PM
I've come across such services and projects that somehow are able to encrypt your private key and store it securely, then to decrypt it someone needs to provide official documents that you have passed away. I mean this of course may turn out to be a scam, but if there is a real technology behind it, and you can check out for yourself that this company has no way to decrypt and get to know your keys, this may be a valid option.
Tell your password to some trustworthy person in your circle of influence so that if your family need them after you they may use these coin to overcome bad days and this system should also be implemented by bitcoin administrators at the time of signup server must ask for the second part to involve, so if any loss occur the coin must be given that person to use.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: streazight on October 09, 2017, 05:15:49 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

In case of death although you mentioned that your sibling doest not care about cryptocurrency just inform them. For sure if you mention how much your bitcoins and other coins are worth you will get their attention. You may also go to a bank and leave a hardware wallet and just inform them about it in case you die.
Better advice it is, I must say. There are so many people who have bitcoins now and they are dying just keeping their bitcoins along them. They never shared any password or any private key to anyone and then ultimately those bitcoins are just wasted. Like you said, there must be someone to whom you can share your keys or hardware wallet so they your retainers can utilize in hard times.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Kevin K on October 11, 2017, 05:37:19 AM
Wow this is pretty morbid stuff but I would honestly if I were you I would make the most of the last moments I have on this world.
I would cash the fk out of those bitcoins right now and go traveling around the world and do all the things
ive ever wanted to do because im a selfish prick.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: fishbonez11 on October 11, 2017, 06:52:36 AM
I am also a single person with deceased parents. I have older siblings but we are not that close. I understand your concern regarding who and how to transfer properties to specific people or organization that you want to acquire them in your death. With regards to the money per se, my personal take is to enjoy life with the money that I own. After all, I worked for it and we'll never know when we're going to die so there is no point being frugal with myself. So, with regards to bitcoin, your question got me thinking. I guess I will keep my account and passwords in a safe place and let a trusted friend know about its whereabouts and my desire when I die. Or maybe write a will and still let a lawyer handle it. Just for a crazy idea, why not send emails to your nephews and nieces (if they already have an email address) using LetterMeLater.com containing all necessary information and set the date to 40-50 years from now?


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: fullhdpixel on October 12, 2017, 11:56:44 AM
I am also a single person with deceased parents. I have older siblings but we are not that close. I understand your concern regarding who and how to transfer properties to specific people or organization that you want to acquire them in your death. With regards to the money per se, my personal take is to enjoy life with the money that I own. After all, I worked for it and we'll never know when we're going to die so there is no point being frugal with myself. So, with regards to bitcoin, your question got me thinking. I guess I will keep my account and passwords in a safe place and let a trusted friend know about its whereabouts and my desire when I die. Or maybe write a will and still let a lawyer handle it. Just for a crazy idea, why not send emails to your nephews and nieces (if they already have an email address) using LetterMeLater.com containing all necessary information and set the date to 40-50 years from now?
Death is the fortune thing and no body deny its reality, if one have coins in his accounts and he died away and logically there is no person who knows about the private key of the wallet, that will give loss to his remaining so one must share his private key with some trust worthy person so that in time of need his relatives can use those revenue to overcome the financial problems.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Gotomoon on October 12, 2017, 01:21:15 PM
Wow this is pretty morbid stuff but I would honestly if I were you I would make the most of the last moments I have on this world.
I would cash the fk out of those bitcoins right now and go traveling around the world and do all the things
ive ever wanted to do because im a selfish prick.
I would rather enjoy my life to the fullest because we will never know when is our last end here in the world. I would also love to travel to enjoy life. And with regards to bitcoin let you lawyer handle it and atleast have a testament will for your assets.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: guoyu78 on October 12, 2017, 01:39:39 PM
Wow this is pretty morbid stuff but I would honestly if I were you I would make the most of the last moments I have on this world.
I would cash the fk out of those bitcoins right now and go traveling around the world and do all the things
ive ever wanted to do because im a selfish prick.
That is up to you brother. I donít think so there are so many people who want this too. If you have a family, your kids and your parents then you canít just decide to have a world tour, while your family is at hungry stage and they are just trying to get proper meals. You must leave your belongings for them so that they can have a better life ahead.



Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Genamant on October 13, 2017, 06:50:55 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

are you sick ? or your life is indanger ? if this is the case you have no choice if your nephews and nieces are too young to understand what you do ,you have to entrust it to people you think you can trust
but if you are just thinking about this things and still have time to even teach your nephews or nieces about this well i think that would be more okay to you knowing that they they would be able to claim your legacy someday


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Kevondo on October 13, 2017, 05:45:38 PM
Wow this is pretty morbid stuff but I would honestly if I were you I would make the most of the last moments I have on this world.
I would cash the fk out of those bitcoins right now and go traveling around the world and do all the things
ive ever wanted to do because im a selfish prick.
That is up to you brother. I donít think so there are so many people who want this too. If you have a family, your kids and your parents then you canít just decide to have a world tour, while your family is at hungry stage and they are just trying to get proper meals. You must leave your belongings for them so that they can have a better life ahead.


Death is the reality and we cannot repent this money is above all the things. The price of the bitcoin is now very high and the users will be able to have the huge income from the bitcoin. The value of the bitcoin is increasing more and more. People who are saving the high amount of the bitcoin are the real bit coiners so hold your bitcoin and invest the small amount of bitcoin in your favorite currency, the value will be high.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Kiweikoo on October 14, 2017, 07:19:38 AM
Wow this is pretty morbid stuff but I would honestly if I were you I would make the most of the last moments I have on this world.
I would cash the fk out of those bitcoins right now and go traveling around the world and do all the things
ive ever wanted to do because im a selfish prick.
That is up to you brother. I donít think so there are so many people who want this too. If you have a family, your kids and your parents then you canít just decide to have a world tour, while your family is at hungry stage and they are just trying to get proper meals. You must leave your belongings for them so that they can have a better life ahead.


If one has a family and also invested into bitcoin then he must have to share his key with some trustworthy person into the family and this will be beneficial for his remaining after his death, as by doing so the family have no financial problem they can use it in any form so every investor must share their key with their special trustworthy person to give them secure life.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: IAMYOURLEADER on October 14, 2017, 07:39:05 AM
In any case, if that happen I think I should make a note written telling that I'm giving all my btc to  my family. All of my accounts with my passwords will be there so they'll just do is log in and withdraw all of it. But I'm sure it's too early to happen because I'm not an outgoing person so fatal accidents are impossible to happen to me.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: chelle5 on October 14, 2017, 07:45:30 AM
Death?Really?But if ever i will be dying then i will be  giving my bitcoin to my daughter.So that she will continue to work in it.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Theb on October 14, 2017, 07:54:44 AM
In any case, if that happen I think I should make a note written telling that I'm giving all my btc to  my family. All of my accounts with my passwords will be there so they'll just do is log in and withdraw all of it. But I'm sure it's too early to happen because I'm not an outgoing person so fatal accidents are impossible to happen to me.
Well that note should be protected by a will, that only the event of your death that is only the time they will know the passwords to your Bitcoin wallet. Also you should know that there are no guarantees that it will fall into the right people because the possibility of the one who will inherit your Bitcoin does not have any idea on what Bitcoin is, to avoid that happening you must train them first hand on what Bitcoin is to give them some first hand experience on using or at least cashing out their Bitcoin.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Aikidoka on October 14, 2017, 08:53:16 AM
It is quite simple. Give what is left of your profits to the people you love (Your nieces and nephews as you said.) Do not give them to people who take advantage of you. Learn about who truly loves you, and I am sure they will be happy (Not happy if you die because money cannot replace a deal body.) Anyways, I hope you do not die until you realize your dreams. As for me, in case I die, I want to give my profits to my mom, grandmother, siblings, and the one who I truly love and consider them to be close to me. And to be honest, this post made me a little bit scared, I might start writing my will.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Carlsen on October 14, 2017, 09:03:29 AM
If a person has no close relatives he wants to give his bitcoins, I think the option of letting the bitcoins get lost on purpose can be given a thought.
When somebody is dedicated to the bitcoin project and he wants to do the whole community a favour, he has the possibility to reduce the supply of bitcoin by removing his share of bitcoins out of the system.
Everybody who owns bitcoins (and is still alive) would benefit in a small way from that.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: chocolah29 on October 14, 2017, 09:14:27 AM
Death?Really?But if ever i will be dying then i will be  giving my bitcoin to my daughter.So that she will continue to work in it.

Yes that can be and if you know and you can be ready for your death, like if you have a terminal sickness, But what if your death will be all of a sudden?
How can you give your bitcoin or the password of  your wallet? So better to tell to your wife or husband your password, For sureo  you trust these people enough for your password. So when you die accidentally, they can use it to live decently even though you're already gone.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Sled on October 14, 2017, 09:54:23 AM
Death?Really?But if ever i will be dying then i will be  giving my bitcoin to my daughter.So that she will continue to work in it.

Yes that can be and if you know and you can be ready for your death, like if you have a terminal sickness, But what if your death will be all of a sudden?
How can you give your bitcoin or the password of  your wallet? So better to tell to your wife or husband your password, For sureo  you trust these people enough for your password. So when you die accidentally, they can use it to live decently even though you're already gone.
I think it is better to just create a simple tutorial or instructions in a notebook and tell your wife or other part of your family to read it when you are completely gone because it will be the guide for them to have your bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies as a insurance that they will get money once you die and they don't need to worry for their money because they can sell your cryptocurrencies and get it into fiat.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: eucliffe on October 14, 2017, 10:37:14 AM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?

You can trust me bro, just kidding, how about you try writing a letter explaining everything about BTC then store it in a safebox hide it somewhere safe give them the password then ask them to find that safebox once you're gone.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: rasyiqul1505 on October 29, 2017, 02:12:29 PM
i will keep all about bitcoin and sometime i will tell my child about my bitcoin password.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Mpamaegbu on October 29, 2017, 03:02:06 PM
It is quite simple. Give what is left of your profits to the people you love (Your nieces and nephews as you said.) Do not give them to people who take advantage of you. Learn about who truly loves you, and I am sure they will be happy (Not happy if you die because money cannot replace a deal body.) Anyways, I hope you do not die until you realize your dreams. As for me, in case I die, I want to give my profits to my mom, grandmother, siblings, and the one who I truly love and consider them to be close to me. And to be honest, this post made me a little bit scared, I might start writing my will.
If you die it would be too late to do anything or assign a directive to anyone. That will be dying intestate sort of. This isn't really what OP seeks. Sorry to disappoint you though. Anyway, I think many  people will eventually fall to this kind of scenario at their death except death writes a letter for warning us of its coming. There's so much secrecy around the Bitcoin or cryptocurrency in general that everything looks like a secret that should be kept tight. From password to private key to seed to what else have you that should be hidden always.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: webelong on October 31, 2017, 07:08:40 AM
I am not afraid to die.But I am afraid to the people that I will be leaving.In some point and stage of my life I have been loved,cherished by the people who loved me.So better get close with someone else.Make a family for you and your money to have purpose.It is very fulfilling seeing soneone who is beside you and caring and smiling with you.Go get a life!


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: Swenna on November 01, 2017, 03:05:06 PM
I am not afraid to die.But I am afraid to the people that I will be leaving.In some point and stage of my life I have been loved,cherished by the people who loved me.So better get close with someone else.Make a family for you and your money to have purpose.It is very fulfilling seeing soneone who is beside you and caring and smiling with you.Go get a life!


I agree with this one. Since you are single, go out, explore the world, make connections and maybe you can meet someone whom you can share your life with. No one can tell whether your nephews will be interested in bitcoin in the future. That's why I think, you should have your bitcoins converted into cash and buy a one or two property or anything tangible that you can pass down to your nephews. Let's say, a educational plan, maybe. Surely they can use that once they grow up. This way, you can make sure that they will be able to use whatever you will leave them rather than just the private key.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: HiringYou on November 01, 2017, 05:35:52 PM
Generally in banks we have nominees which means that after our death our nominees will be able to access our bank accounts but no such feature is present in the case of Bitcoin. In Bitcoin all our BTC's are secured in the online wallets which are opened by the private keys that only we know. It is right that if we will die than nobody will be able to access our wallets and our whole money will be wasted.The only way to overcome this is that we can share our private keys with the one whom we trust.In this way our money will be used by our loved one after our death and our hardwork will not get wasted .


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: RamBahadur.Gurung on November 01, 2017, 06:00:39 PM
I have already given the passwords and backup of my wallets (both Bitcoin and DeepOnion) to my younger brother, in case something happens to me. I don't know whether I am making a mistake here or not. I am just blindly trusting my brother and hoping that he will not steal my coins.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: pealr12 on November 01, 2017, 06:14:21 PM
I am wondering what provisions have you all made in case you die before cashing out your bitcoins? I am single, live alone and both my parents are deceased. My siblings dont care about any of this, however I would like my nieces and nephews to get some of my profits but they are still very young right now. I dont trust lawyers to give them my private keys. I am wondering, what can I do?
Look for a partner right  now if you have money you can look for a partner very easy. Entrust your private keys to her so if ever you will die there is someone who will cash out your bitcoin.  And one thing more say to your partner to help your nieces and nephews.


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: waynechong1995 on November 04, 2017, 05:56:01 AM
Nobody should benefit from your wealth anyway mayb your children or your parents. Just let your wallet cease and indirectly you are helping the entire crypyocurrency community by actually burning some of them xD. I would make myself a riddle giving clues on my fat BTC wallet and if they could solve it means they are worthy enough to access my private key. But do leave a note on how much you left or else your dead wish could be ignored and that's tragic


Title: Re: In event of your death
Post by: cr_liev on November 22, 2017, 10:00:32 AM
You can just hide your keys and organize a quest for your relatives. I guess they will be happy to take part in it in some decades when bitcoin reaches enormous amounts