No. I’m suggesting that the app has its own private wallet and while you are “playing the game” your assets would need to be transferred to that wallet. The assets I’m thinking would be NFTs that are exclusive to the game itself (meaning they are tokenized game assets that mean very little outside of the game). To play the game, your assets would need to be in the game’s custodial wallet, and this is the wallet I’m suggesting somehow integrating with Glide. Nothing private would be stored in a sheet. Public addresses at the most. And since the platform would control the custodial wallet, any blockchain transactions would be done proper outside of Glide of Sheets or any of that.
Now if a user ever wanted to transfer their digital assets to their own private wallet for storage or sale outside of the app, they wouldn’t do that in the app, they’d do that at a special site specifically meant for app users to transfer their assets being storied in the platform’s custodial wallet, into their own. While they are playing the game, the token is not in their wallet, it’s in the platform’s wallet, and if any time they want to transfer it to their own, they just push a button on a special site outside of the app, pay the gas fees associated with the transaction and a few minutes later, it’s in their own wallet which the platform has no control over. However, when they log into the app, their account no longer shows that asset, so they can’t “play” with it.
Of course, I use the word “play” because the obvious use case would be in blockchain gaming where someone would have NFTs for their Trading Cards/Battle Cars/etc. But you can use the same analogy for any app platform that uses its own in-app assets/currency, etc.