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Introducing the Blockchain Trust Last Will and Testament (B-Will)

"Discover the Blockchain Trust Last Will and Testament (B-Will) – a revolutionary solution for secure, transparent, and accessible estate planning. Leverage blockchain technology to protect your final wishes and ensure legal compliance worldwide."


"Discover the Blockchain Trust Last Will and Testament (B-Will) – a revolutionary solution for secure, transparent, and accessible estate planning. Leverage blockchain technology to protect your final wishes and ensure legal compliance worldwide."
"Discover the Blockchain Trust Last Will and Testament (B-Will) – a revolutionary solution for secure, transparent, and accessible estate planning. Leverage blockchain technology to protect your final wishes and ensure legal compliance worldwide."

In a rapidly evolving digital world, where technology continually redefines our everyday lives, the legal landscape is also transforming. Traditional estate planning, with its ink-signed paper wills and in-person notarization's, is becoming a relic of the past. Enter the Blockchain Trust Last Will and Testament (B-Will), a revolutionary approach created by the Blockchain International Corporate Registry Authority. We leverage the power of blockchain technology to create a more secure, transparent, and accessible solution for trust establishments and estate planning.


"Secure Your Legacy with Blockchain Trust Last Will and Testament (B-Will)"
"Secure Your Legacy with Blockchain Trust Last Will and Testament (B-Will)"

The Birth of B-Will


Imagine a world where your Last Will and Testament is not only created online but also stored securely on a blockchain, ensuring it is tamper-proof and always accessible. This is the vision behind Blockchain Trust Last Will and Testament (B-Will), an innovation that combines the convenience of electronic wills with the unparalleled security of blockchain technology. The concept of electronic wills (eWills) has been gaining traction, with legislation gradually adapting to accommodate this modern approach. However, B-Will takes this a step further by integrating blockchain, addressing the legal loopholes and challenges associated with traditional and electronic wills.


"Secure Your Legacy with Blockchain Trust Last Will and Testament (B-Will)"
"Secure Your Legacy with Blockchain Trust Last Will and Testament (B-Will)"

The Power of Blockchain


Blockchain technology offers a decentralized and immutable ledger, ensuring that once your B-Will is created, it cannot be altered or tampered with. Each entry is timestamped and recorded across multiple nodes, providing a transparent and verifiable history of all actions taken. This ensures the integrity of your Blockchain Trust Last Will and Testament (B-Will), giving you peace of mind that your final wishes will be honored.


"Secure Your Legacy with Blockchain Trust Last Will and Testament (B-Will)"
"Secure Your Legacy with Blockchain Trust Last Will and Testament (B-Will)"


Closing Legal Loopholes


One of the significant challenges with traditional wills is the potential for disputes and fraud. With Blockchain Trust Last Will and Testament (B-Will), these risks are mitigated. By incorporating blockchain registration and online notarization, B-Will ensures that the will is legally binding and resistant to forgery or unauthorized changes. The use of remote online notarization (RON) allows for the entire process to be completed digitally, from the creation of the will to its notarization and storage on the blockchain.


"Secure Your Legacy with Blockchain Trust Last Will and Testament (B-Will)"
"Secure Your Legacy with Blockchain Trust Last Will and Testament (B-Will)"

Why B-Will?


  • Accessibility: B-Will makes estate planning accessible to everyone, regardless of their location. You can create, sign, and notarize your will from the comfort of your home, eliminating the need for physical meetings and paperwork.

  • Security: The use of blockchain technology ensures that your will is stored securely, protected from tampering, and always accessible to those who need it.

  • Transparency: Blockchain’s transparent nature provides a clear record of all actions taken, reducing the risk of disputes and ensuring that your wishes are clearly documented and verifiable.

  • Affordability: By eliminating the need for physical storage and reducing the administrative burden, B-Will offers a cost-effective solution for estate planning.


"Secure Your Legacy with Blockchain Trust Last Will and Testament (B-Will)"
"Secure Your Legacy with Blockchain Trust Last Will and Testament (B-Will)"


The Future of Estate Planning


As the legal landscape continues to evolve, the adoption of technologies like B-Will will become increasingly common. We are passionate about offering B-Will legally valid worldwide in 172 Nations, helping our global clientele with estate planning through blockchain technology. Our mission is to ensure that everyone has the right to accessible, easy, and affordable estate planning, paving the way for a future where securing your legacy is as simple and secure as possible.


"Secure Your Legacy with Blockchain Trust Last Will and Testament (B-Will)"
"Secure Your Legacy with Blockchain Trust Last Will and Testament (B-Will)"

Your B-Will Combined with Your Blockchain Family Trust


For maximum security for you and your loved ones, your B-Will can be combined with your Blockchain Family Trust. This combination offers unparalleled protection and flexibility, ensuring that your estate planning is comprehensive and secure.


"Secure Your Legacy with Blockchain Trust Last Will and Testament (B-Will)"
"Secure Your Legacy with Blockchain Trust Last Will and Testament (B-Will)"

Decentralized Law


The legal jurisdiction of each Blockchain Trust® is New York, USA, based on the United Nations Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards (New York, 1958) (the "New York Convention"). In other words, every owner of a Blockchain registered Trust Company agrees to abide by the above-mentioned U.N. Convention if any disputes arise and accepts the "SEAT OF ARBITRATION" in New York, USA, or any Member State of the UNCITRAL Convention.


Each Blockchain Trust is constituted, registered and established on the Polygon Networks and abides to the Laws and Regulations of the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) regarding the international sale of goods; international commercial dispute resolution, including both arbitration and conciliation; electronic commerce; insolvency, including cross-border insolvency; international transport of goods; international payments; procurement and infrastructure development; and security interests.


"Secure Your Legacy with Blockchain Trust Last Will and Testament (B-Will)"
"Secure Your Legacy with Blockchain Trust Last Will and Testament (B-Will)"

Join the Movement


We invite you to join us in embracing the future of estate planning. With B-Will and your irrevocable Blockchain Trust, you can take control of your legacy, ensuring that your final wishes are honored and protected. Whether you are new to estate planning or looking to update your existing will, B-Will offers a powerful and innovative solution that combines the best of electronic wills and blockchain technology.




"Secure Your Legacy with Blockchain Trust Last Will and Testament (B-Will)"
"Secure Your Legacy with Blockchain Trust Last Will and Testament (B-Will)"

Summary of Key Features:


· Name: Blockchain Last Will and Testament (B-Will)

· Technology: Blockchain for security and transparency

· Process: Fully digital creation, signing, and notarization

· Benefits: Accessibility, security, transparency, and affordability

· Goal: To make B-Will legally available worldwide! 


Detailed Instructions


To assist users in completing the Blockchain Trust Last Will and Testament (B-Will), we provide detailed instructions for each section of the will. These instructions will guide you step-by-step through the process, ensuring that your final wishes are clearly and legally documented.


Introduction and Revocation of Previous Wills


  • What to Include:

  • Your full name and address.

  • A declaration that this document is your Last Will and Testament.

  • A statement revoking all previous wills and codicils.


Example: "I, John Doe, residing at 1234 Elm Street, Springfield, declare this to be my Last Will and Testament. I revoke all prior wills and codicils made by me."


Appointment of Executor


  • What to Include:

  • The full name and address of the person you appoint as the executor.

  • An alternate executor in case the primary executor cannot serve.


Example: "I appoint Jane Doe, residing at 5678 Oak Street, Springfield, as the Executor of this will. If Jane Doe is unable or unwilling to serve, I appoint Richard Roe as the alternate Executor."


Distribution of Assets


  • What to Include:

  • Specific bequests: Detailed descriptions of individual assets and the beneficiaries who will receive them.

  • Residual estate: Instructions for distributing any remaining assets.


Example: "To my daughter, Emily Doe, I leave my diamond ring and my car. To my son, Michael Doe, I leave my vintage guitar collection. The residue of my estate is to be distributed to the Red Cross."


Guardianship of Minor Children


  • What to Include:

  • The full name of the guardian for your minor children.

  • An alternate guardian if the primary guardian cannot serve.


Example: "If I have minor children at the time of my death, I appoint Sarah Smith as their guardian. If Sarah Smith is unable or unwilling to serve, I appoint Tom Brown as the alternate guardian."


Funeral and Burial Wishes


  • What to Include:

  • Specific instructions regarding your funeral and burial preferences.


Example: "I request to be cremated and that my ashes be scattered at sea. I wish for a simple memorial service to be held at the family home."


Witnesses and Signatures


  • What to Include:

  • Your signature, the date, and the location.

  • The signatures, names, and addresses of two witnesses.


Example: "I, John Doe, sign my name to this Last Will and Testament on this 1st day of January 2024 at Springfield, in the presence of the undersigned witnesses."


Sample Entries


Below are sample entries for each section of the Blockchain Trust Last Will and Testament (B-Will) to guide you through the process.


Introduction and Revocation of Previous Wills


Sample Entry: "I, Mary Johnson, residing at 7890 Pine Street, Metropolis, declare this to be my Last Will and Testament. I revoke all prior wills and codicils made by me."


Appointment of Executor


Sample Entry: "I appoint Robert Johnson, residing at 1011 Maple Street, Metropolis, as the Executor of this will. If Robert Johnson is unable or unwilling to serve, I appoint Linda Smith as the alternate Executor."


Distribution of Assets


Sample Entry: "To my niece, Alice Johnson, I leave my gold necklace and my savings account. To my nephew, Bob Johnson, I leave my antique book collection. The residue of my estate is to be distributed to the World Wildlife Fund."


Guardianship of Minor Children


Sample Entry: "If I have minor children at the time of my death, I appoint Karen White as their guardian. If Karen White is unable or unwilling to serve, I appoint George Green as the alternate guardian."


Funeral and Burial Wishes


Sample Entry: "I request to be buried in Green Valley Cemetery with a simple headstone. I wish for a small gathering of close family and friends to celebrate my life."


Witnesses and Signatures


Sample Entry: "I, Mary Johnson, sign my name to this Last Will and Testament on this 10th day of February 2024 at Metropolis, in the presence of the undersigned witnesses."


Witness 1: Name: James Brown Signature: _______________________________Address: 123 Birch Street, Metropolis


Witness 2: Name: Emily Davis Signature: _______________________________Address: 456 Cedar Street, Metropolis


These detailed instructions and sample entries should help you complete your Blockchain Trust Last Will and Testament with confidence, ensuring that your final wishes are clearly documented and legally valid.

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