Cryptoasset Inheritance Planning: a simple guide for owners
Who is this book written for? If you own any cryptocurrency or cryptoasset tokens, this book is for you. If you use an exchange to buy and sell cryptoassets, this book is for you. If you’ve ever asked the question, “What will happen to my bitcoin, ether, or other cryptoassets when I die?” this book is for you. If you want someone, anyone, to inherit your cryptoassets when you die, this book is for you.
Do I need to be an attorney or security expert to use this book? No. This book isn’t written specifically for lawyers, security experts, or cryptographers, though they may benefit from the material.
I don’t live in the USA, is this book still relevant to my inheritance planning? The entire book, with the exception of the Making it Legal, is applicable to any cryptoasset owner in any jurisdiction. The Making it Legal section cites some USA law but the principles are broadly applicable around the world.
Will this book teach me about specific cryptoasset laws in my jurisdiction? No. A book like that is called a legal treatise; they’re heady and dense, even for lawyers. Instead, this book focuses on practical information you need know, like what happens to your assets if you don’t have a will and why you shouldn’t put your cryptographic keys in your will. You’ll learn about high-level legal concepts that might affect your assets, how to find out more information about the laws in your jurisdiction, and how to keep legal costs down.
The unique challenges with cryptoasset inheritance planning are not primarily legal – they’re primarily technical. With this book, you’ll learn how to create a cryptoasset access plan for your heirs. Your access plan aims to answer the question, “From a practical perspective, how will my loved ones access my cryptoassets when I’m not around to help them?”
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