FAQ’s

How are CloudCoins created?

All CloudCoins were minted in August 2016 and there will never be any more created. 25 servers were put side by side and each generated 16,777,216 cryptographically secure 16 byte universally unique authentication numbers. These numbers were selected to create 16,777,216 files, each with a serial number and 25 authenticity numbers, or passwords.

What is POWNing?

POWNing is the process of changing a CloudCoin’s passwords in order to take ownership over it. Once the passwords are changed, you are the only one who has access to these passwords, and you therefore become the owner of the CloudCoin.

What’s the purpose of using files?

Files such as PNG or TXT are very light and fast to transfer. You probably send image files to your family and friends every day. CloudCoins are such files that contain a serial number and a series of passwords. This system enables CloudCoin transfers to be free and instant, whether you send your CloudCoins through Skywallet or via messaging apps like Telegram or Gmail.

Does CC have fees?

No. CloudCoin works on RAIDA, which doesn’t have a public ledger and doesn’t record any transactions. RAIDA makes CloudCoin so efficient that transferring CloudCoins is free.

What happens if I lose my CloudCoin?

CloudCoin is the only digital currency that can be recovered if lost. There are two ways to recover your lost coins. Most software gives you the option of embedding a recovery email in your coins. That way, if you lose them you can get them back immediately. This does come with some security risks. Another way is for you to file a lost coin report with the RAIDA and wait five years. When the RAIDA mine for lost coins, they will check this report and return coins to you if your claim appears to be legitimate.

Does CC use blockchain?

No, CloudCoin uses RAIDA (Redundant Array of Independent Detection Agents). RAIDA is the authentication technology that ensures that CloudCoins can’t be counterfeited. Find out more about RAIDA on raidatech.com.

Where can I see a chart of CloudCoin?

You can find CloudCoin’s chart on Coinmarketcap.com, Bitcoin.com and other cryptocurrency portals

Can I keep CC on a crypto ledger?

No, you can store CloudCoins on Skywallet, Local Wallet, or directly on your computer or smartphone, but CloudCoins cannot be stored on regular crypto wallets such as the Nano Ledger.

What is CloudCoin Ethereum (CCE)?

CloudCoin Ethereum (CCE) is an Ethereum contract with a 1:1 tie to CloudCoin. This allows you to buy CCE on a crypto exchange and swap them for CloudCoins, or to liquidate your CloudCoins by trading your CloudCoins for CCE to to sell on crypto exchanges. This method, while it can be associated with slightly lower coin costs, is time consuming and requires transaction fees. This article explains how to trade CC using CC.

How are CloudCoins created?

All CloudCoins were minted in August 2016 and there will never be any more created. 25 servers were put side by side and each generated 16,777,216 cryptographically secure 16 byte universally unique authentication numbers. These numbers were selected to create 16,777,216 files, each with a serial number and 25 authenticity numbers, or passwords.

What is POWNing?

POWNing is the process of changing a CloudCoin’s passwords in order to take ownership over it. Once the passwords are changed, you are the only one who has access to these passwords, and you therefore become the owner of the CloudCoin.

What's the purpose of using files?

Files such as PNG or TXT are very light and fast to transfer. You probably send image files to your family and friends every day. CloudCoins are such files that contain a serial number and a series of passwords. This system enables CloudCoin transfers to be free and instant, whether you send your CloudCoins through Skywallet or via messaging apps like Telegram or Gmail.

Does CC have fees?

No. CloudCoin works on RAIDA, which doesn’t have a public ledger and doesn’t record any transactions. RAIDA makes CloudCoin so efficient that transferring CloudCoins is free.

What happens if I lose my CloudCoins?

CloudCoin is the only digital currency that can be recovered if lost. There are two ways to recover your lost coins. Most software gives you the option of embedding a recovery email in your coins. That way, if you lose them you can get them back immediately. This does come with some security risks. Another way is for you to file a lost coin report with the RAIDA and wait five years. When the RAIDA mine for lost coins, they will check this report and return coins to you if your claim appears to be legitimate.

Does CC use blockchain?

No, CloudCoin uses RAIDA (Redundant Array of Independent Detection Agents). RAIDA is the authentication technology that ensures that CloudCoins can’t be counterfeited. Find out more about RAIDA on raidatech.com.

Where can I find a chart of CloudCoin?

You can find CloudCoin’s chart on Coinmarketcap.com, Bitcoin.com and other cryptocurrency portals

Can I keep CC on a crypto ledger?

No, you can store CloudCoins on Skywallet, Local Wallet, or directly on your computer or smartphone, but CloudCoins cannot be stored on regular crypto wallets such as the Nano Ledger.

What is CloudCoin Ethereum (CCE)?

CloudCoin Ethereum (CCE) is an Ethereum contract with a 1:1 tie to CloudCoin. This allows you to buy CCE on a crypto exchange and swap them for CloudCoins, or to liquidate your CloudCoins by trading your CloudCoins for CCE to to sell on crypto exchanges. This method, while it can be associated with slightly lower coin costs, is time consuming and requires transaction fees. This article explains how to trade CC using CC.

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