Lost Key Protection features
Maintain complete control of your wallets
Your own corporate-grade wallets are included
Strong protection against identity fraud
Automatically add new wallets as you create them
24x7x365 support with quick recovery turn-around
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Will my relatives know how much cryptocurrency I have?
No, it is not necessary to disclose your cryptocurrency holdings.
Will you take taxes from the proceeds of the cryptocurrency?
No, it is up to your beneficiary to make appropriate tax payments on any inheritance.
How can I be sure my beneficiaries don’t access my cryptocurrency?
With a Coincover Cryptocurrency Will you do not have to share your password or private key information with anyone. This ensures your funds remain secure and protected until such time as your Executor makes a formal request with us.
What if I have complex requirements for my cryptocurrency estate?
We suggest you seek guidance from a legal professional about complex estate planning. Your Crypocurrency Will enables your Executor to recover your funds after your death and follow any complex instructions as set out in your Will.
I’ve got a wallet on an exchange. Can I include this in my Cryptocurrency Will?
Not at the moment, but we are working on it. Right now, we can only recover from the approved wallets support.