Storj doesn’t cut files into chunks like Maidsafe does?
I do not know how maidsafe works, but Storj cut files to stripes after encryption and to pieces after Reed-Solomon encoding:
More info you can read in the whitepaper:
Well if storj cuts files into pieces, that would mean that none of the nodes would have the full information of a wallet.
I don’t know how metamask works, but they don’t do that, well even if they do, I would probably want to store my wallets on storj via tardigrade, considering that storj would make it more difficult to lose those wallets and also be difficult to find.
Yes, each node keep only one of 80 erasure encoded pieces. To decrypt you need an access to metainformation to collect them and properly glue to the file, then you need an encryption key to decrypt the file.
Having only one of them (encryption key or access to metainformation) will not give you anything.