Cryptocurrency Wills

Peace of mind for you, protection for your loved ones

Quick and easy

Nobody wants to think about it, but we all know that making a will is one of the most important things you’ll ever do.

Privacy and protection

As cryptocurrencies continue to rise in value and adoption, it is critical these are included in your estate planning.

Certainty of retrieval

The unique nature of cryptocurrency means the traditional mechanisms for recovering assets will simply not work.

Coincover is the first and only service to guarantee your cryptocurrency will be fully retrievable by your loved ones after your death.

Why choose us?

Cryptocurrency Wills
key features

No hardware wallet to lose

No paper keys to store

No passwords to remember or share

No long codes to enter

No tech savvy required

Is a Cryptocurrency Will for me?

“If something were to happen to me, my family wouldn’t know how to access my cryptocurrency. With a Cryptocurrency Will I don’t need to worry about this anymore as it is now taken care of.”


Crypto Investor

“I’m just getting started investing. I’m saving up for a deposit on a house and I really haven’t got much cryptocurrency yet, but still, if I died then I’d rather it went to my family than it be lost forever”


New to Crypto

“We’re seeing more of our clients having cryptocurrency as part of their estate. With a Cryptocurrency Will, we can execute our clients' wishes, but we don’t have the burden of acting as key custodians.”


Professional Executor

“A few people in my family have invested in Cryptocurrency over the years. As they all now have Cryptocurrency Wills, I know I will easily have access to their cryptocurrency should anything happen to them.”


The Holmes Family

Lost so far!

4 Million
It is estimated that around 4 million Bitcoins have been lost as a result of people dying and not telling anyone how to access their holdings.
$30 Billion
Today those lost Bitcoins are worth around Thirty Billion Dollars, almost enough to buy eBay! They still sit on the Blockchain for everyone to see, but are locked there forever.
Coincover helps your loved ones retrieve your cryptocurrency when you die.

Why a Cryptocurrency Will matters

$1Bn Inaccessible

On April 16, 2018, Matthew Mellon of the Mellon banking fortune died.

To his grave, he also took the location of the keys to a rather large amount of Ripple coin (XRP), another popular type of cryptocurrency.

Before his death he held an estimated $1 billion in Ripple, but without the keys none of the Ripple coin can be accessed

Priceless rubbish

James Howells, a cryptocurrency miner in the early days of Bitcoin gathered 7,500 Bitcoins stored on a hard drive.

In 2013 he accidentally threw the hard drive away, along with access to his Bitcoins. The keys, along with all his other trash, ended up at a local dump.

In 2017 at the peak of Bitcoin value, his buried Bitcoin treasure would have been worth around $150,000,000.

$135m taken to the grave

In December 2018, Gerald Cotton, CEO of QuadrigaCX, Canada’s largest cryptocurrency exchange died unexpectedly.

Unfortunately for QuadrigaCX’s customers, Mr. Cotton was the only person who was able to access the customer private keys.

As a result over US$135M in customer funds held in safe keeping was deemed inaccessible, locked on the blockchain forever more.

You are safe with Coincover

Cryptocurrency Wills from Coincover provide a dedicated solution to cryptocurrency estate planning.

  • Continue to use your cryptocurrency on a day to day basis.

  • Your passwords do not need to be shared or written down.

  • No need to share the details of your cryptocurrency holdings.

  • Your beneficiaries can opt to receive the cash value if they prefer.

  • We guarantee your cryptocurrency will be made accessible after your death.

Your Cryptocurrency Will in three simple steps

1. Answer some simple questions

Fill out a simple set of questions to activate your cryptocurrency will.

2. Secure your cryptocurrency

We will help you set up secure industry grade multi-signature wallets for your cryptocurrency holdings.

3. Distribute your notification cards

Give the cards to your Executors and loved ones for safe keeping. Keep your unique Will ID card on you.

Order your Cryptocurrency Will Kit

Your Cryptocurrency Will Kit has all the materials you need to get started.

You will find your Cryptocurrency Will unique ID card, two Cryptocurrency Will notification cards, instruction on how to set up your Cryptocurrency Will, along with the details your loved ones will need to retrieve your funds when you die.



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.