Benefits of Digital Asset Inheritance
How will Digital Asset Inheritance empower your loved ones?
Securely manage and store digital assets
With myJeenie, you can securely store and manage your digital assets and rest assured that your loved ones will inherit them safely.
Monetize your digital assets
With myJeenie, you can not only store your digital assets but also earn native $JEENIE utility tokens, allowing you to monetize your assets.
Seamlessly inherit assets
myJeenie allows you to seamlessly inherit your digital assets along with their earnings, enabling your loved ones to continue to benefit from your hard work.
Keep your legacy alive
By leaving your digital assets and earnings to your loved ones, you can ensure that your legacy lives on for generations to come.
Protect your digital assets from unauthorized access
With myJeenie's advanced security features, you can rest assured that your digital assets are protected from unauthorized access.
Foster trust and transparency
By utilizing myJeenie's digital asset inheritance feature, you can foster trust and transparency with your loved ones, ensuring that your legacy is carried out as you intended.
Plan for the future
By planning for the inheritance of your digital assets, you can ensure that your loved ones are taken care of, even after you're gone.
Provide peace of mind
With myJeenie's digital asset inheritance feature, you can provide peace of mind for yourself and your loved ones, knowing that your assets are secure and will be inherited seamlessly.
Secure your legacy with Digital Asset Inheritance
Protect your digital assets and pass them on to your loved ones
With Digital Asset Inheritance, you can ensure that your digital assets are passed on to your loved ones and not lost forever.
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What kind of digital assets can I store and inherit using myJeenie's Digital Asset Inheritance feature?
You can store and inherit a variety of digital assets, including but not limited to cryptocurrencies, digital art, domain names, and online accounts.
Can I change the distribution percentages or beneficiaries at any time?
Yes, you can change the distribution percentages and beneficiaries at any time. Simply update the information in your account.
Is there a limit to the number of beneficiaries I can add?
No, there is no limit to the number of beneficiaries you can add. You can add as many beneficiaries as you like and set the distribution percentages accordingly.
What if one of my beneficiaries does not have a myJeenie account?
We highly recommend that all beneficiaries have a myJeenie account to ensure a smooth inheritance process. However, if a beneficiary does not have an account, they will be prompted to create one when they receive notification of the inheritance.
How does the inheritance process work?
The inheritance process is seamless with myJeenie. Simply add the intended beneficiaries to your account and set the distribution percentages for each asset. When the time comes, the assets and earnings will be automatically transferred to the beneficiaries' accounts.
How do I ensure the security of my digital assets?
myJeenie's Digital Asset Inheritance feature uses state-of-the-art security measures to ensure that your assets are safe and secure. We use a combination of encryption, multi-factor authentication, and secure storage to keep your assets protected.
How do I know that my beneficiaries will receive the assets and earnings?
You can rest assured that your beneficiaries will receive the assets and earnings, as the process is automated and secured with myJeenie's state-of-the-art technology. You can also include instructions for your Jeenie to follow in case of any specific concerns or needs.
Is there a fee for using myJeenie's Digital Asset Inheritance feature?
Yes, there is a small fee associated with using the Digital Asset Inheritance feature. This fee goes towards maintaining the security and functionality of the feature. The exact fee amount may vary depending on the specific assets and distribution percentages.