How do you verify that each Ballet wallet’s encrypted private key can be decrypted by the wallet passphrase before selling wallets to the public?

Ballet wallet private keys are created using the BIP38 open-source standard, which has been used throughout the cryptocurrency industry for years and has proven to be secure. BIP38 includes a verification process where a confirmation code can be used to verify the cryptographic integrity of encrypted private keys. Every Ballet wallet that we manufacture is checked using this verification method. In addition, our quality control process involves random spot-checks of finished wallets, where we remove the tamper-evident protections and actually test the encryption to ensure that any coins deposited to the wallet can be sent out. Once we check these wallets, they are destroyed and disposed of.


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