Transferring an IRA from one institution to another will be the same process, regardless of your current custodian. First, you’ll need to contact your current provider and let them know you’d like to do a “trustee-to-trustee” transfer. This type of transfer will allow you to move your IRA funds without triggering any taxable events or penalties. You will, of course, need authorization information such as passwords and account numbers to start this process, but once you’ve been authenticated, an IRA to IRA transfer is usually a pretty simple process. When you sign up for a crypto IRA on My Digital Money, our customer success team will handle your IRA transfer for you. After you sign up, we’ll gather some account information from you so we can speak with your current provider and take everything from there.