Standard

Experience basic trust benefits while you will be taken care of daily living payments and asset growth.

Physical Asset Link Credit Card with 1.5% overseas transaction cashback

Secure custody of multiple fiat currencies, cash and digital assets

The option to designate two beneficiaries

Platform functions

A New Era of Trust

Affordable Pricing for All: $120 application fee


Inject $10,000 to enjoy

$0 Application fee

$0 Application fee

Credit Card Spending

Maintain $10,000 monthly balance and enjoy a $0 monthly fee.

$10/month

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Bank-class custody service

Securely store and manage your assets with a custody service equivalent to that of a bank.

Fixed deposit & Defi staking arrangement

Earn interest on fixed deposits and participate in decentralized finance staking opportunities with customized rates exclusively for large amount deposit clients.

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Compliant offshore digital asset custody & settlement function

Safely store and settle digital assets offshore in compliance with regulations.

Pre-arranged Hong Kong & offshore bank accounts

Access pre-arranged bank accounts in Hong Kong and offshore locations to reduce regional and political risks.

How it works

Is Standard Trust Plan a good choice for me?

The Standard Trust Plan is ideal for individuals who desire to delve into the advantages of trusts, while also seeking heightened asset privacy and legal protection.

01

Enjoy an affordable price to experience fundamental trust benefits, including asset segregation and protection.

02

Able to explore the full functionalities of the trust platform.

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Receive a physical asset link credit card for global and private spending, and experience the freedom of living in trust without traditional banking.

Standard Plan Feature

Application fee

US$120

Application fee

US$120

Monthly Fee

US$10

Monthly Fee

US$10

Card Level

Standard

Card Level

Standard

Overseas Transaction Cashback

1.5%

Overseas Transaction Cashback

1.5%

Accepted Assets

All Digital Assets, Cash

Accepted Assets

All Digital Assets, Cash

Number of Beneficiaries

2

Number of Beneficiaries

2

Segregated SPV (HK/BVI) under Trust

No

Segregated SPV (HK/BVI) under Trust

No

Frequently Asked Questions

What is trust?

A trust is a legal arrangement in which an individual, known as the settlor, transfers ownership of their assets to a trustee, who is responsible for managing and distributing the assets according to the terms of the trust. Trusts can be used for a variety of purposes, including estate planning, asset protection, and wealth management.

What is trust?

A trust is a legal arrangement in which an individual, known as the settlor, transfers ownership of their assets to a trustee, who is responsible for managing and distributing the assets according to the terms of the trust. Trusts can be used for a variety of purposes, including estate planning, asset protection, and wealth management.

What is trust?

A trust is a legal arrangement in which an individual, known as the settlor, transfers ownership of their assets to a trustee, who is responsible for managing and distributing the assets according to the terms of the trust. Trusts can be used for a variety of purposes, including estate planning, asset protection, and wealth management.

Who can set up a trust?

Anyone can set up a trust, as long as they are of legal age and have the mental capacity to do so. Trusts can be set up by individuals or businesses, and they can be created for a variety of purposes.

Who can set up a trust?

Anyone can set up a trust, as long as they are of legal age and have the mental capacity to do so. Trusts can be set up by individuals or businesses, and they can be created for a variety of purposes.

Who can set up a trust?

Anyone can set up a trust, as long as they are of legal age and have the mental capacity to do so. Trusts can be set up by individuals or businesses, and they can be created for a variety of purposes.

Who can be a beneficiary of a trust?

Beneficiaries of a trust are the individuals or organizations who are entitled to receive the assets and income of the trust. Beneficiaries can be named in the trust document, or they can be designated by the settlor at a later date. Beneficiaries can include family members, friends, charities, or other organizations.

Who can be a beneficiary of a trust?

Beneficiaries of a trust are the individuals or organizations who are entitled to receive the assets and income of the trust. Beneficiaries can be named in the trust document, or they can be designated by the settlor at a later date. Beneficiaries can include family members, friends, charities, or other organizations.

Who can be a beneficiary of a trust?

Beneficiaries of a trust are the individuals or organizations who are entitled to receive the assets and income of the trust. Beneficiaries can be named in the trust document, or they can be designated by the settlor at a later date. Beneficiaries can include family members, friends, charities, or other organizations.

Can a trust be amended or terminated?

In most cases, trusts can be amended or terminated by the settlor as long as they have the legal capacity to do so. However, certain types of trusts, such as irrevocable trusts, may not be amended or terminated by the settlor. In these cases, the terms of the trust must be followed as written.

Can a trust be amended or terminated?

In most cases, trusts can be amended or terminated by the settlor as long as they have the legal capacity to do so. However, certain types of trusts, such as irrevocable trusts, may not be amended or terminated by the settlor. In these cases, the terms of the trust must be followed as written.

Can a trust be amended or terminated?

In most cases, trusts can be amended or terminated by the settlor as long as they have the legal capacity to do so. However, certain types of trusts, such as irrevocable trusts, may not be amended or terminated by the settlor. In these cases, the terms of the trust must be followed as written.