Willsentry was founded by cryptocurrency and blockchain enthusiasts, who became frustrated with the complexities and lack of know-how surrounding cryptocurrency inheritance planning.
The idea of assets disappearing into thin air didn’t sit well with us, so we set out on our journey to find a solution to help.
To uncomplicate the complexities of digital inheritance planning, so you don’t have to.
Information about cryptocurrency estate planning is cryptic
Cryptocurrency estate planning shouldn’t be a nightmare. However, the information available regarding how to create a clear, comprehensible, and secure cryptocurrency inheritance plan is hard to find and cryptic.
What’s more, many estate planners, lawyers and attorneys lack the knowledge or tools to help you secure your inheritance for your beneficiaries.
Without a beneficiary access plan, your assets will remain inaccessible forever
It’s estimated that approximately $40 billion in bitcoin has been lost forever, due to lack of appropriate inheritance planning. And that’s just Bitcoin alone!
We can help
We untangle the complexities of cryptocurrency estate planning, so you don’t have to.
Simplified beneficiary access guides
Cryptocurrency can be an extremely complex subject for those not familiar with it. Would you put your estate at risk of disappearing into thin air by not ensuring your beneficiaries understand how to retrieve their inheritance? We don’t.
Secure & private solutions
We help you create a beneficiary access plan that will help your beneficiaries access their inheritance, ensuring your privacy and security at all times.
We work with estate planning businesses of all sizes to assist with cryptocurrency inheritance planning. Let us deal with the complexity, so you don’t have to.
Our team mantra
At Willsentry, we untangle the complexities of cryptocurrency estate planning, so you don’t have to.
Cryptocurrency estate planning shouldn’t be a nightmare. However, crypto is a lot more complex than traditional assets, due to the associated security & privacy requirements. A huge risk for owners is that upon their passing, their cryptocurrency assets will become inaccessible to their intended beneficiaries.
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