“Ballet wallet” refers to the physical steel card in the size and shape of a credit card that contains the private key entropy and passphrase entropy. When you use the Ballet Crypto app to scan the primary coin QR code on the Ballet wallet, a “virtual wallet card” is added to the Home page of the app. The virtual wallet card provides a convenient, easy-to-understand way to interface with your physical Ballet wallet. It’s called a “virtual” wallet card because the private key entropy and passphrase entropy are never stored on the app. The virtual wallet card allows you to monitor the amount of cryptocurrency stored on the physical Ballet wallet and see the real-time fiat currency value, as well as several other functions that do not require the private key. However, when you want to send coins out from your Ballet wallet, you need the physical Ballet wallet itself so that you can enter the passphrase entropy and scan the private key entropy QR code.
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- #Why do Ballet wallets have serial numbers?
- #Does the Ballet Crypto app generate new cryptocurrency addresses when I activate additional cryptocurrency accounts on my Ballet wallet?
- #Do I need to use the Ballet Crypto mobile app to deposit cryptocurrency to my Ballet wallet?
- #What’s the difference between a cryptocurrency address and a cryptocurrency account?
- #What’s the difference between a Ballet wallet and a virtual wallet card?
- #What’s the difference between standard Ballet wallets and pre-production samples?
- #When I activate additional cryptocurrency accounts in the Ballet Crypto app, how are those addresses generated?
- #Can I use the mobile app to set a new wallet passphrase?
- #How do I import cryptocurrency from other wallets into my Ballet wallet?
- #How to send cryptocurrencies using the Air-gapped Signing function.