Bobby Lee, co-founder of BTCC crypto exchange, was at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week, demonstrating the first physical samples of his non-electronic hardware wallet, Ballet.
PHYSICAL CARD AND ACCOMPANYING APP
It was the first chance that the public and press have had to get hands-on with the device, and reviews have started to appear online.
The premium stainless steel device is credit card shaped. Although a little heavier and thicker, it will still fit in your wallet. Each wallet has a QR code linked to its receiving address, a unique serial number, and a scratch-off panel revealing the wallet’s passcode.
FOCUS SHIFTS FROM UN-HACKABLE TO EASE OF USE
Instead, Ballet are selling the product on its ease-of-use, with no complicated setup or know your customer (KYC) requirements. Each wallet has a primary token for easy direct deposits, but can also store the tokens of most of the leading cryptocurrencies.
BOBBY LEE PREDICTS $1 MILLION BITCOIN
Bobby Lee believes that this trend will continue, and that over the course of several years, will rise to $100,000-$200,000, and eventually reach $1 million.
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