Never Worry that Your Assets Will Fall Into the Wrong Hands


Enter your Information and Name a Beneficiary to Securely and Confidentially Inherit your Crypto

Keevo has created the world’s first, most secure and confidential crypto beneficiary service. Subscribers simply add their personal information which can be used by Keevo to verify their death when the day comes. Members can also name a beneficiary and have them store their encrypted password and fingerprint on the member's Carbon Key™.

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Peace of Mind provided by Keevo and Iron Mountain

With more than 1,480 facilities and 120 exabytes of data in ~50 countries, Iron Mountain is an ideal strategic partner for this one-of-a-kind service. For less than $8.50 per month, Keevo and Iron Mountain will:

  • Store member’s Carbon Keys™ and their Beneficiary’s encrypted info in one of Iron Mountain’s secure vaults
  • Create a digital backup of encrypted information
  • Securely store that backup in an air-gapped database
  • Provide 24/7 security and chain of custody control
  • Offer convenient retrieval and re-storage options


Validated Proof of Death Before Transferring Your Crypto

When the day comes -- and sadly it will come for all of us -- all your beneficiary has to do is provide Keevo with proof of your death in the form of an original government-issued death certificate. These provide unique information about the deceased along with a certificate from a licensed physician or coroner who validate the identity of the deceased and are required when claiming inheritances. Before we co-sign any crypto transfer, Keevo will validate the original death certificate provided by your beneficiary and confirm certain information with the personal information you provided to us upon setup.


Learn more about our Service Plans and get answers to other FAQs here.


Keevo Co-Signs Along with your Beneficiary to Transfer Private Keys and Crypto After Death

Once all requirements are met and satisfy our means of validating your death, Keevo will send your Carbon Key™ to the beneficiary you named. Beneficiaries will then be able to enter their password and fingerprint – previously encrypted on your Carbon Key™ – to decrypt their Private Keys. But, since they aren't you, our multi-factor / multi-sig authentication system requires two signers; in this case and as part of our secure storage and beneficiary service, Keevo is required to co-sign with the beneficiary in order to transfer your private keys and crypto to them.