RE: "Not Your Keys, Not Your Crypto!" But Just Where DO You Put Your Trust?

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Are your keys safe?
Probably not because most people in this space are smarter about this stuff then I am.

Are you SURE?
No

Is it foolproof?
No

To what lengths do you go, to keep your keys safe?
Not very far at the moment because the amounts I have are pretty small in the big scheme of things.

A bigger worry for me is that it would all probably be lost anyway, if something were to happen to me, because none of my family would have a clue where to start to access stuff.

I am spread too wide, and with all the stuff going on on Hive these days, that's only getting worse. Coins are regularly dropping into my wallet that I have no clue about.

And because it all seems so complicated it drains my energy fast so I put off trying to get some order around it.

Most of the time I fall into that category where "a little knowledge is a dangerous thing".

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And I am somewhat with you there @gillianpearce in that I am not (yet!?!?) yet terribly worried about the amounts I am trying to keep safe. Fr someone like @onealfa it's a more pressing matter because he's guarding hundreds of thousands or even millions.

You make a very good point about the family and being able to even find all this stuff. I am also spread all over the place... although I am trying to simplify... and one of my "projects" for this year is to simply put together a sort of "map" for the eventuality that something does happen to me.

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one of my "projects" for this year is to simply put together a sort of "map" for the eventuality that something does happen to me.

Same for me but so far it's getting more complicated rather than simpler.

And then there's the whole tax of things. Although we're about to have an announcement in the UK regarding that so we're hoping that might simplify things a bit.

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