I just want to add/ reiterate that one the primary barriers to the adoption of crypto-currencies overall is fraud, lack of accountability, trust, etc. The cutting-edge, genius-level, possibly even state-actor-supported bad guys are specifically targeting the crypto space because compromising a crypto user’s device is almost a guarantee of immediate financial gain.
As such, the leading legitimate actors in the space (e.g., Cardano, IOHK, etc.) should be setting an example in terms of best practices, certainly as regards to security/ proper procedure.
Given the nature of the threats, not one toehold should be allowed on the “slippery slope” of making exceptions to any of the most standardized security protocols we have out there.
Again, that’s just me as someone relatively new to crypto and still struggling to understand everything.
PS - As a note, despite putting in tens upon tens of hours (probably closer to 100 hours then 50) of researching, reading, podcast viewing/listening, comparing the various tokens, etc. (and still considering myself to be largely uninformed on the subject of cryptos and the blockchain), my answer to anyone I know who asked me if I should download the Daedalus Wallet, when confronted with the problem that I encountered, would be “don’t download it”.
Again, this is just honest feedback from someone with an interest in crypto/ blockchain tech in general, who has come to take an interest in Cardano (amongst others) in particular. You can take it for what it’s worth.