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Are noncustodial crypto wallets a practical option for the everyday hodler?

Noncustodial wallets are more secure than custodial wallets, but it may take time for everyday, non-technical users to get used to them.

EC has lower CPU consumption than RSA under what condition?

When I searched Google, the top result said On average, processing for ECC is about four times less CPU-intensive than for RSA. Yeah, but under what condition? The page says "A 256-bit EC certificate (the minimum length supported) is roughly equivalent to a 3k RSA cert. " Then, does the above 1/4 consumption mean a::Listen

When I searched Google, the top result said

On average, processing for ECC is about four times less CPU-intensive than for RSA.

Yeah, but under what condition? The page says "A 256-bit EC certificate (the minimum length supported) is roughly equivalent to a 3k RSA cert. " Then, does the above 1/4 consumption mean a situation like 256-bit EC vs 3K RSA, which is "roughly equivalent" security? Also, don’t modern CPU’s have some sort of hardware acceleration for RSA? Does the above assume when the encryption is done purely on software, without using such hardware acceleration?

Are noncustodial crypto wallets a practical option for the everyday hodler?

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