The U.S. Marshals Service (USMS) has confiscated millions of dollars in cryptocurrency, but doesn\u2019t know what to do with it. The law enforcement division has posted a request for information (RFI) from vendors that might be able to help it create a solution that could include the storage and disposal of the digital assets, including Bitcoin Core (BTC), digital wallets and more. According to the posting, \u201cThe purpose of this contract is to provide the full range of virtual currency management and disposal services,\u201d the performance work statement reads. \u201cThis includes but is not limited to such activities as accounting, customer management, audit compliance, managing blockchain forks, wallet creation, transformation of token assets into coin assets, etc., as well as future actions associated with the virtual currency forfeiture process.\u201d The contract is designed to allow a vendor to offer a full range of virtual currency management and disposal services. These include accounting, audit compliance, customer management, blockchain fork management, the creation of wallets and conversions from crypto to fiat where necessary. Additionally, \u201cThe contractor shall remain capable of taking custody of all types and quantities of virtual currency without limitation, throughout the performance of this contract. This includes both coin and token types of currency.\u201d The company or individual chosen for the job should also have a unique talent. The USMS wants to ensure that whoever is given the contract will have the ability to hack into wallets that may have been \u201clocked by error\u201d or due to \u201ctechnical difficulties.\u201d The RFI is purposely vague on many of the details surrounding the scope of the obligations. This is due, in part, because the USMS is not able to forecast the quantity or types of crypto that might be confiscated during the life of the contract. It does state, however, \u201cThe contractor shall remain capable of taking custody of all types and quantities of virtual currency without limitation, throughout the performance of this contract,\u201d the RFI states. \u201cThis includes both coin and token types of currency.\u201d The contract will be initially awarded for one year. After that, it could be extended for two more one-year periods. Anyone interested can respond to the RFI through the USMS solicitation, but time is running out\u2014all entries must be delivered before March 19.