The use case
As a user, I want to have a more convinced and familiar way to backup and restore my key.
For this feature, you can backup your seed phrase by connecting to 2 to 5 different cloud storage services. If you need to recover the Wallet, you log in again to these services from your wallet and it will restore.
Seed phrase wallet backups can be done in several ways, including "paper backup", metal backup, writing down on a text.doc on the device. These options will range from insecure, a hassle, or expensive. And generally, follow an unfamiliar use pattern for most people.
The advantage we want to convey is letting users deal with a familiar interface (password) in a trusted context (reliable storage services), with less hassle. The seed phrase is encrypted and split across different storage services, keeping it secure.
What are your first thoughts?
How do you backup your seed or wallet right now, and how does this compare to you?