“It is not the honor that you take with you, but the heritage you leave behind.” – Branch Rickey
A will or testament containing traditional assets, such as property, stocks, or any other tangible assets is a fundamental aspect of the laws that govern our society. Digital and cryptocurrency asset inheritance, is on the other hand, a relatively unregulated field with many potential pitfalls.1
Cryptocurrencies are a virtual form of money (depending on the jurisdiction) protected by unbreakable cryptography. This attribute makes them a secure way of storing wealth, but also creates the risk of forever losing access to one’s digital wallet in case of death or loss of memory. This can become a major problem for the relatives of individuals who have invested into an ever growing cryptocurrency market.
Digipulse arose as a solution to a real problem. Our co-founder Dmitry was having serious health issues and realised that, if he were to pass away, his young family would be unable to access his digital and crypto assets. After extensive marketing research, Dmitry realised that the service he himself needed simply didn’t exist. So he set out to create one.
Digipulse was founded with the aim of ensuring that all digital assets holders and crypto wallet users have ultimate control over who inherits their digital and crypto assets.
Digipulse headquarters are currently in Latvia, Europe.