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A non-custodial crypto wallet is a wallet where only the holder possesses and controls the private keys. For users who want full control over their funds, non-custodial wallets are the best option.
The network fee is a cryptocurrency transaction fee that is charged to users when performing crypto transactions. The fee is collected in order to process the transaction on the network. You need to pay the blockchain fee to ensure your cryptocurrency transfers arrive in a timely manner. With Cwallet, there are no additional fees and you can choose to raise the fee to enjoy a faster transition.
Your assets are not on the app. They are on the blockchain network itself. The Cwallet app just allows you to access an address and make transactions out of it by using your Recovery Phrase.
Since miners collect gas fees paid by the sender, they usually look for transactions with the highest gas price to approve first. That is why lower gas price transactions take longer to process. In a pool of many transactions, some transactions with the lowest gas prices never get picked up - miners are not willing to process them. It results in them getting “stuck” in a pending status.