I’m not trying to start an argument either. I apologise if I offended you. I believe I recall you posting in the thread where someone downloaded a fake app and there was another person who had his funds stolen despite not downloading anything of such sort. Perhaps I remember wrong or you simply didn’t read that part of the thread.
The point is there were such cases. I don’t have links to them saved and no time to search. I don’t know the exact cause and I don’t claim Daedalus was hacked. I’m simply pointing to the issue of insufficient security and derived from it diminished interest in crypto/Cardano. I don’t expect crypto to succeed unless a better security measures are introduced, most people won’t be interested in assets they can easily loose and majority don’t want to bother themselves with setting the security themselves - they want solutions provided to them. That is simply the reality.
Nards who create great technology don’t succeed because they don’t know how to sell it. People who steal those ideas and sell them succeed - Microsoft, Apple, Facebook - all based on stolen ideas created by superior minds who didn’t know how to market them.
Cardano is an open source, now what prevents anyone to steal a developed project make it more suitable for wider public (by adding better security etc.)? Cardano can just become Chromium to a more people friendly successor with a powerful tech giant pulling the strings behind the curtains.