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December 28, 2020, 03:44:14 AM
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The best way for your anxiety with regards to you bitcoin being wasted if you somewhat die today is to at least inform any one on you family you trusted with the details on your bitcoin profile and access. This is for the reason of avoiding the efforts you had made and it will help your family a lot financially.

There is an option in Gmail, to transfer ownership in case of the account gets inactive. You can set a time period (such as 12 months or 18 months) and then specify the email ID of the recipient. If something happens to you and the Gmail account remains idle for 12 months, then after that period it will be transferred to the person whom you have mentioned. In this way, you can share the private key of your Bitcoin Wallet with your loved ones securely.


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December 28, 2020, 06:30:39 AM
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make sure you have shared all the passwords and private key for your Bitcoin wallet with the family members you love the most, trust someone who can make your assets useful to others when you die.

It's very unpleasant if you don't have a trusted person who can handle all your secrets, including your true identity, because we live in this world not alone.

if you die and you don't give your private key to anyone, your Bitcoin will become trash that will last forever in your wallet.
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December 28, 2020, 06:38:06 AM
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while it is still early I will share my wallet with my family because we can not predict how long we will be here, moreover, I invite them to participate and teach on what I know and usage particularly Bitcoin because If I die young I don't know where I am as well as at least my family will not be miserable when I disappear.

No one knows what will happen tomorrow, if you can teach part of your family
to learned how Bitcoin or crypto works then it will give you some breathing if in case
something happened to you along the way, your money still safe with someone you
entrust your wallets.

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January 08, 2021, 04:34:11 AM
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If you die somewhere without telling your private key to anyone, your coins will forever be in your wallet.
It is improbable to break the secret key, nor the client service can help. So it's better to mindful of somebody about your access.
Nobody knows when will you die, and that's why I always let my wife know what I am doing and the private key. There always should be a backup.

If you are around 25 years old, what is the probability that you may die in a given year? Looking at the life tables for various countries, I would say that the probability is around 0.02%. On the other hand, what is the probability that your Bitcoin wallet may get hacked in a given year? IMO, it may be around 2%. So the latter scenario is having a much higher probability and we should be more worried about it.


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January 24, 2021, 02:32:49 PM
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Upon death, they have a legal right to the underlying cryptocurrency. However, the exchange or account in which the owner used to access the cryptocurrency could be controlled by the will, POA, trust, or TOSA depending on planning. If the private key is lost, the underlying asset might not be able to be retrieved.
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January 24, 2021, 03:36:18 PM
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If don't have any other supporter or friend or family member which you have passed the secrets then all the Bitcoins will be lost/expired/dumped in sense, no one can be able to use it.
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January 26, 2021, 06:49:02 AM
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I dont want to think about it yet. Anyway, i shared my seed phrase from my ownr wallet with loving ones, i hope that they will find good use of my coins
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January 26, 2021, 06:50:00 AM
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Such is life,because if someone dies nothing can retrieve his assets except that it has a successor who knows the rudiments of everything that belongs to him, so relating it with cryptocurrency, is very clear that if someone dies and left some bitcoin and the person to write out the private keys in any document it's very easy to use it's bitcoin but a process whereby no private keys automatically the coins has been loss, so it's advisable since we know that the only source to get our coins when we are in sick bed or no longer in existence is to write our private keys out as I said initially from my statement.

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January 26, 2021, 07:04:39 AM
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It deponds on whether others can get your password...
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January 26, 2021, 07:17:44 AM
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Such is life,because if someone dies nothing can retrieve his assets except that it has a successor who knows the rudiments of everything that belongs to him, so relating it with cryptocurrency, is very clear that if someone dies and left some bitcoin and the person to write out the private keys in any document it's very easy to use it's bitcoin but a process whereby no private keys automatically the coins has been loss, so it's advisable since we know that the only source to get our coins when we are in sick bed or no longer in existence is to write our private keys out as I said initially from my statement.
at the same time we need to make sure that the private key won't be stolen
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January 26, 2021, 07:47:21 AM
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Your Bitcoin will die, unless you tell someone else the key before you die
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January 26, 2021, 07:53:03 AM
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I think your Bitcoin is only related to your fingerprint, mobile phone number and email address
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January 26, 2021, 08:02:02 AM
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The private key is a pass to open the wallet, but it is not always provided by some of the more popular online wallets. If a Bitcoin holder dies without passing the private key, his heirs may find his personal wallet. Without the private key, they will never be able to obtain the assets in the wallet. Kiss
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January 26, 2021, 08:05:16 AM
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You need to tell your family who you really trust and provide them with your account or wallet information in case you have bitcoins, just in case someone opens your wallet and sells bitcoins on the day of your death, because this can better allow Family members keep your money in the wallet forever.
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January 26, 2021, 08:06:02 AM
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I think cryptocurrency should also establish a complete inheritance mechanism
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January 26, 2021, 08:27:27 AM
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Such is life,because if someone dies nothing can retrieve his assets except that it has a successor who knows the rudiments of everything that belongs to him, so relating it with cryptocurrency, is very clear that if someone dies and left some bitcoin and the person to write out the private keys in any document it's very easy to use it's bitcoin but a process whereby no private keys automatically the coins has been loss, so it's advisable since we know that the only source to get our coins when we are in sick bed or no longer in existence is to write our private keys out as I said initially from my statement.
That's correct. We don't really know when will be our last day here on earth. I mean, we could die any minute, any hour, or any day. It's just unpredictable. So, like you, I think it would be a better idea if some of your relatives or closest friends know about what you are doing. And if you trust them enough, then let them know your wallet keys or write them down then put it in a place not so public but not so private either so that when such emergency occurs, they will know what to do. At least, you can be sure that your efforts in earning your bitcoins will not be put to waste.


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January 26, 2021, 08:31:53 AM
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Hi there Crptomagma, How old are you? The best way to do is backup your keys, so that your heirs could inherit those bitcoins. But if you do nothing about it, they will definitely go to the long list of bitcoins that are untapped and forever been locked.  If I were you, create a secret list of those keys or password and state those in your last will. Anyway, long live bitcoin holders!

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January 26, 2021, 11:25:29 AM
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Unless no one knows your private key, they will be lost in the network forever.

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January 26, 2021, 11:49:30 AM
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Bitcoin as a Decentralized Cryptocurrency has no physical structure just like the bank. It’s basically stored in a digital wallet/account being operated from a mobile device and its security embedded there also. In creating Defi wallet or block chain account no available section for next of kin or third party details Its always advised to keep Recovery Phrase details secret  in save location, these will help in recovering the wallet.

Literally bitcoin details remain secret and personal to me. If I continue to keep my details secret of what use would it be to me when I’m no more and my love ones can’t benefit from my bitcoin? Here is my question what happens to the bitcoin of someone who died and didn’t disclose his/her wallet details to anyone? please I need response . Would the bitcoin be abandoned in the wallet forever?? Would it be a waste of bitcoin?


Yes, your bitcoins will be abandoned in the wallet forever. I would have gone through the pains to explain to you why this is so but then you've said it all yourself.
Your question(s) have already been answered by several before me. The only window of escape for you is to share your seed phrase or backup keys (although this is a threat to the security of your coins) with your loved ones that you know are loyal, else you run the risk of getting robbed. If they are loyal, then I think you're good to go

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January 26, 2021, 12:04:43 PM
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For some people, this is one of the most attractive features of Bitcoin, but it also means that bringing a large amount of digital currency to the grave is too easy.
If you didn't tell anyone that you have bitcoin, maybe they will be lost forever
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