December 3, 2023

This is an opinion editorial by Jenna Bunnell, senior manager for content marketing at Dialpad.

No matter what your opinions are on bitcoin, it is obvious that it is here to stay and will continue to grow in use.

As a virtual peer-to-peer currency bitcoin has become widely accepted in many countries. You can sell your bitcoin for cash, or trade them with peers across different networks and use it to invest in anything from art to property.

However, as it is a virtual currency, the question arises; what happens when you die? While it’s a morbid thought, it is important to plan ahead for your family and loved ones. So, what happens to bitcoin when you die and how do you include BTC in any inheritance plans? Is it a simple process to include BTC in a will like you would with tangible assets such as your house and your bank accounts?

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