Obviously Cryptomator is more convenient and easier to work with - especially when it comes to encrypting files that will be stored in the cloud. For some of my files Cryptomator is fine, but for files that are extra sensitive I’ve always used Veracrypt because I assumed it was significantly more secure than Cryptomator. You get a level of customization with Veracrypt for example that’s absent in Cryptomator at the moment.
I do wonder if my assumptions are correct though. Strictly in terms of security, how does Cryptomator compare to Veracrypt? I’m not a fan of how clunky Veracrypt is with the cloud, especially since most (privacy-oriented) cloud platforms don’t use differential/block-level syncing. But I’ll continue to use it for some of my files if the difference in security between Cryptomator and Veracrypt is still significant.