Also, under Safe Wallet:
No intermediaries means you are in total control of your funds.
Is “no intermediaries” really true, strictly speaking, if our default network connection goes through a remote RPC?
I agree with “you are in total control of your funds” in the sense that nobody can take away your money, as emphasized in the next sentence:
You and only you hold your private keys meaning nobody can access your cryptocurrency.
But reliance on an “intermediary” RPC can help restrict your access to the funds. Am I in full control of my assets if an ISP can shut down access to the service that allows me to send/receive/exchange it?
Again, I understand that this was meant in the “nobody can take it away from you” sense, but mentioning both no intermediaries and total control in the same sentence seems misleading in the second sense, too. Any way to reword it maybe?