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RE: What would happen to your crypto if you died tomorrow?

in Project HOPE5 months ago

Its very useful to have a genuine friend who would know what to do. Not to give them the keys!! But as a contact so that family have someone who can help them. Also, as digital media can be fragile, is also good to print out a copy of all keys and store it somewhere. Is also good to split it in two parts - one has the keys, the other has the account details to each key.


The paper solution is important because if the pen drive with the info would get destroyed, lost, or who knows what - the paper solution can be a much-needed solution. Splitting the info is also a good solution, just as well as letting your family know who to contact in case something should happen (and they don't know how to solve the problems themselves).