Bobby Lee, the founder of the BTCC crypto exchange, is back in the crypto business with a new project called Ballet – a multicurrency non-electronic crypto hardware wallet. The device is a metal credit card size wallet offering cold storage of Bitcoin (BTC) and a number of altcoins such as ETH, XRP, BCH, LTC, USDT, BSV, LEO, LINK, MKR, USDC, HT, BTG, BCD and DAI with support for more coins coming soon. The Ballet wallet is constructed from durable, pure stainless steel and does not contain any chips or electronic circuitry inside. There is also the optional Ballet Crypto companion mobile app, which enables sending of cryptocurrency, checking market value and activating additional currencies. The companion application is available for both Android and iPhone devices and is not required to operate with your crypto coins in the wallet.
The new Ballet hardware crypto wallet will have to compete with the already established crypto hardware wallets, most of which are electronic however. With the regular price of $35 USD for the standard Ballet wallet it might not be a bad deal, down to $29.95 for pre-orders for the standard Bitcoin primary wallet at the moment. Of course there is a more expensive limited 24K Gold-plated Edition (1200 wallets) as well as Collector edition (3000 wallets) at higher prices for the people that might want to stand out more, although the wallet probably is something that you would not be willing to brag with in front of a lot of people.