Secure your digital wealth as a family
Casa members believe that investing isn’t always a solo activity.

Whether you want to co-own your Casa account with a loved one or ensure your bitcoin is passed on to your heirs, we have a membership plan that fits your needs.

Finally, plan your legacy and invest together

Whether you’d like to co-manage your digital wealth now or ensure your bitcoin is not lost in the event of your passing, Casa can provide you with a simple solution.

Partnership made simple

Secure your bitcoin in one place, save and spend together, and build a foundation for legacy planning with a Casa shared account. Available in the U.S. only.

Comprehensive inheritance protocol

Protect your loved ones and ensure they'll receive your bitcoin as part of your estate planning. Ensure that your funds are passed on only when it’s time, and not before. Available in the U.S. and Mexico.

Learn more about Casa's inheritance protocol.

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Frequently asked questions

How does Casa work?


Casa offers private key management services, customer support and inheritance services. Casa protects your bitcoin and ethereum with multiple keys, so losing one key doesn't mean losing funds. It’s a simple, secure way to hold your own keys with peace of mind that your bitcoin and ethereum are safe.

How do shared accounts work?

It’s nice and easy: one account, two members. Shared accounts allow you and your partner to share access to your Casa account, your devices, and your keyset. Both you and your partner receive the same onboarding and full Casa support, including the Casa Recovery Key. Think of it as a joint account. This arrangement allows you to create a simple legacy plan for your assets.

If you pass away, your partner retains immediate access to your digital wealth, and upon presentation of a death certificate, the account transitions to a personal account.

You can enroll in a shared account by booking a call with a Casa client advisor.

Can I add more than one other person to my account?

Shared accounts can have a maximum of two members. If you have more than one successor, we recommend enrolling in our inheritance plan, which can accommodate trusts and other succession plans.

What should I do if I don’t want to share my account with my successor right now?

If you prefer to only grant access until after your death, our inheritance plan is designed to meet your needs. Through the inheritance plan, your Recovery Custodian(s) can only access your digital wealth upon your passing.