Hello @atostaine Welcome to the Forums!
You would want to use one continuous cable ( I had to make one), But you also need to make sure that the cable that is used is a USB Power cable only, not one that can carry data, the resistance of USB cables that carry data is higher and will degrade the signal beyond 5 meters. You also need to keep in mind that the more resistance that is put in place due to length, it will make the included power brick work harder to push out the power needed to run the camera and in the end may not be able to keep up and could die.
So What I did was I measured the voltage at the end of the USB cable from the Wyze Power adapter. After making my USB cable to the length I wanted, I would try out a power adapter that pushed out more amps than the Wyze power adapter and then would test at the end of the cable to ensure I was getting the power needed that was shown from the Wyze power adapter. 5V- 2A ( depending on the model you have)
That was my solution to a 50 Foot USB power cable run.
None of this is supported by Wyze, and if done improperly could damage your device,