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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.

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Bitfi is a newcomer in the world of crypto hardware wallets backed by the controversial John McAfee making some bold claims. Bitfi is advertised as the world’s first and only unhackable storage for digital assets and there is a bounty program available to back that claim with $100000 USD reward. It is nice marketing and the website of the Bitfi wallet seems like more marketing oriented than usability and information centered to possible customers that are into crypto, maybe the target is on users that are new to crypto and don’t really know what they should expect to get from a hardware wallet other than security.

According to the information available Bitfi currently supports Bitcoin (BTC), Monero (XMR), Litecoin (LTX), Ethereum (ETH), NEO and Ethereum ERC-20 tokens such as Docademic (MTC), EOS, ENG, OMG, etc. The Bitfi wallet is priced at $120 USD (approximately 100 EURO) and you can purchase it with a credit card or you can also pay with Bitcoin (BTC).

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The last time we have talked about what are the popular hardware crypto wallets the Trezor Model T was not yet available. Trezor Model T is now in stock and available for next-day shipping, so if you order your next generation wallet today, it will be shipped tomorrow and no more pre-orders or waiting time for the wallet to be in your hands. The new Model T comes with a modern and intuitive interface for improved user experience and security, it features a touchscreen, faster processor, and advanced coin support, as well as all the features of the Trezor One.

Trezor Model T takes on the legacy of the original Trezor One hardware crypto wallet, becoming your secure Bitcoin hardware wallet (along with support for over 500 other coins and tokens) while further enhancing security, intuitiveness, and ease-of-use over the first generation model. The new Trezor Model T is the next-generation cryptocurrency hardware wallet, designed to be your universal vault for all of your digital assets. You can store and encrypt your crypto coins, crypto tokens, passwords and other digital keys with confidence.

The price of the new Trezor Model T hardware crypto wallet is 139 EUR without VAT, compared to the 89 EUR price of the previous generation Trezor One wallet that is of course still available for order.

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