No. The assets that you own will stay on our blockchain in an encrypted way. We ourselves will only store grant the access to the underlying smart contracts.
A “smart vault” will be a container of files and information that you create. We do not know and do not intend to know the contents of your vault. You can have multiple vaults created on the DigiPulse service and each of them can have a different inheritor assigned.
This option is up to you. In the case that you notify your inheritors, this will make it easier for them to know how to proceed if the “inactivity” period has been reached. If you choose not to do so, the access to the "smart vault" will be automatically sent out to the email you have specified.
Cryptocurrencies are quite new. This means that not all aspects are covered. If you were to die (only hypothetically), someone could find your “vault” and be able to get the money or the jewelry that is inside. But when it comes to digital things, it can get a little more complicated than that. First of all, the inheritors need to know where such a “digital vault” is located, second, they need the right access to it. Here is where we come in - we will show to your people of interest how to access your “digital valuables”.
A period of inactivity is the time period when you are offline from all the digital applications and services that you use and have shared with us. So if you don’t touch your smartphone (yeah, right), read your emails or do anything web related, it is safe to assume that something has happened (or you are vacationing in the Bahamas). The period can be customised from 1 day to 18 months. The minimum required feature for our service to work is the DGPT attached to the "smart contract". Once the DGPT depletes, the access send out will begin.
No, because you are the soe person who creates when and to whom the information will be sent out. So if a period of inactivity has been reached, the "smart vault" automatically sends out the access right to your specified inheritors.