This is why I said it should be done inhouse, that way its being funded by the founders rewards. Pushing the fees off to the end user seems wrong. You want the Zcash users to pay for the wallets?
I find it odd you guys dont have a Zcash official wallet.
How is the Zcash users suppose to use your network? You guys are relying on 3rd parties to continue to support your products, this seems like it could be dangerous if they decide to stop(unlikely but is a chance).
I need to rely 100% on third party services, that charge me EXTRA fees just to use your product. This is terrible design no?
I have to trust that people have vetted the open source code, or even trust using a closed source wallet.
Why dont we have a official Zcash wallet in production? Im curious what the thought process is as to why there isnt a official wallet worked on inhouse and expect us to use a third party service that might not always be there.
The problem is its a 3rd party services, not that it has fees. Every update if you want to be safe you have to check the commits to make sure no rogue dev commited something that might steal your keys.
You cant be sure who has access to the Git repos of these wallets or who will gain access, look at what happened recently with Bitcoin Private. Supposedly a rogue dev with commit access added code that premined coins without anyone knowing. This is the problems I have with 3rd party NON official wallets. Its a vector of attack for users.