Ballet wallets have serial numbers so that the BIP38 wallet passphrase entropy, private key entropy, and primary coin address are matched correctly during the manufacturing process. We do not keep records that link wallet serial numbers to specific customers. For more information on Ballet’s patented 2FKG manufacturing process, please visit: https://www.ballet.com/2FKG
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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.