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Manage multiple non-custodial and custodial wallets within a single app
A non-custodial crypto wallet is one 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 users are charged when performing crypto transactions. The fee is collected in order to process the transaction on the blockchain network. You need to pay the blockchain fee to ensure your cryptocurrency transfers arrive promptly. With Cwallet, there are no additional fees; however, you can increase the network fees from the default to speed up your transactions.
Your assets are not on the app but on the blockchain network itself. The Cwallet app just allows you to access your wallet addresses and make transactions from there. Using your Recovery Phrase, you can load your wallet from any non-custodial wallet service provider.
Since the gas fees or “network fees” are paid to the miners (or validators). They usually look for transactions with the highest gas price to approve first; hence, lower gas price transactions take longer to process. In a pool of many transactions, some transactions with extremely low gas prices never get picked up as miners are unwilling to process them; this could lead to a transaction getting “stuck” in a pending status.