Along with the increasing popularity of cryptocurrency, there is a growing need to adapt them to traditional public institutions. No one likes to think, let alone talk about death. But as the Russian classic (Bulgakov) said: "Yes, man is mortal, but that would be only half the trouble. The worst of it is that he's sometimes unexpectedly mortal – there's the trick!" All the cryptocurrencies that you have mined, purchased through ICO, or bought on the exchange, can be lost. Of course, since the main way to access a cryptocurrency wallet is a personal key, you can simply transfer it to confidants for safekeeping (family, friends, relatives). But are there any legal commitments that your digital assets are guaranteed to be inherited?