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17.10.2020

How to trade CloudCoin (CC) using CloudCoin Ethereum (CCE) on Bitcoin.com in three easy steps

                                                                                                          Adrian Niculescu


CloudCoins are the world’s first digital cash. In traditional monetary systems, the people who “have” the money own it. It is the same concept as CloudCoin. CloudCoins are files. If you have the files, then you have the authenticity codes. When you make a purchase, you give the other person the files and then they too have the codes. Anyone with the codes can change codes. They change the codes and now the CloudCoins files belong to them because they are the only ones who know the codes.

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How to trade CloudCoin (CC) on Bitcoin.com in three easy steps

Starting the 12th of October 2020 CloudCoin is listed on Bitcoin.com and the goal of this article is to teach you step by step how to move your CloudCoins from the Skywallet to the exchange Bitcoin.com and back to your Skywallet.

To speed up integration with Bitcoin.com Exchange, an Ethereum Token is to be used for trading until CloudCoin’s proprietary Skywallet can be fully integrated with the exchange. This token is called CloudCoin Ethereum (CCE). The process is as simple as 1–2–3, that’s why I said that it is done in 3 steps.

Step 1: The Skywallet (I call it the Star Wars-like version of a digital currency wallet — I am a big Star Wars fan)





At this step, you need to make sure that you have installed the latest version of the wallet — at the moment of writing this article I have CloudCoin Wallet 4.0 for Windows on my laptop. Once you have the wallet running, you can create more local wallets, and also at least one Skywallet. Check my screenshot below, as within CloudCoin Wallet 4.0 I created two local wallets and two Skywallets. I blurred the names of the local wallets and the Skywallets for privacy reasons and will do the same where necessary.

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CloudCoin Wallet 4.0 containing two local wallets and two Skywallets

To install the proper version of the wallet for the device you are using go to this link: https://cloudcoinconsortium.com/use.html. Here you can find the most recent software versions and the proper handbook with instructions.

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CloudCoin software and instructional resources

If you need any help, we have a fantastic support team, you can find their details at the bottom of the homepage of https://cloudcoin.global. I also included the support team’s contact details in the screenshot below:

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The contact details for CloudCoin Consortium’s support team

Let’s assume that at this very moment, based on the software download and the handbooks, you have installed the latest version of the wallet, and also you have activated within the wallet at least one Skywallet. You will move the coins outside your wallet by using the Jedi-like powers of the Skywallet.

I will work along with marketing buddies from CloudCoin Consortium to create more training around the wallets, and Skywallets so this article will also be updated with more video content. Normally, if you just download the handbook associated with the wallet version you are using you will have all the information to be ready to go.

The Skywallet has also a visual representation that you need to keep somewhere safe (check the screenshot below). It is advised to store the .png file on a USB stick, and also printed because we will need the numbers which in this example are currently blurred for privacy.

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CloudCoin Consortium’s Skywallet, The Star Wars-like version of a digital currency wallet :)

Step 2: Skywallet to Metamask aka the interface with the crypto world

For this step, you will need to install a crypto wallet, I use most of the time Metamask — go to Metamask.io, and being a Google Chrome user I like to use its Chrome extension on my laptop and the Android app

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For this step, you will need to install a crypto wallet, I use most of the time Metamask — go to Metamask.io
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Being a Google Chrome user I like to use its Chrome extension on my laptop and the Android app

With Metamask you need to be very careful and note somewhere safe the account’s password, and also the recovery phrase. Don’t keep them saved on your computer, but print them because the hackers these days can find this precious info even in a word document on your machine. In the crypto world, if your funds are stolen, they are bye, bye forever, while in the CloudCoin world, the coins can be recovered if lost or stolen. In the crypto world, you can (in theory) recover them if the exchange is hacked, I say in theory because as a user I still have some funds stuck in the New Zeeland based Cryptopia, which was hacked in early 2019, it is currently in insolvency procedures, and nobody knows if anybody else but the liquidators will see any funds. They are making a fantastic income requiring more time to charge more hours and eating close to 1 million dollars every 6 months from the hefty bank balance Cryptopia still has (if there is anyhthing left). But this subject is for another story.

Next, after you have Metamask installed there are two things to do:

A. Transfer to your Metamask wallet some Ethereum (ETH) from another crypto wallet, or, if you don’t hold any ETH, you can just purchase some with debit or credit card from an exchange like Binance, or Bitcoin.com. You will need ETH to pay for gas fees which are needed to convert CloudCoins into CloudCoin Ethereum tokens. When moved peer to peer, CloudCoin transactions are instant and with 0 (zero) commissions. For the transition between your Skywallet and Metamask you will have to pay one gas fee, and another from Metamask to Bitcoin.com. More on this later as I will show you how it works for a typical transfer of 20,000 CloudCoins where you will have two gas fees of up to $4 each. Also, you will have a gas fee when you transfer the ETH from the exchange or another wallet to your Metamask wallet. I would say to transfer at least $50 in ETH to your Metamask.

B. Add CCE to Metamask which is CloudCoin Ethereum, the ETH-based derivate which makes possible trading CloudCoins on Bitcoin.com. During the second phase of implementation, CloudCoin Consortium aims at direct implementation between the Skywallet and the crypto exchanges. To add CCE to your Metamask wallet I will open my Metamask Chrome extension and show you the simple process to do it. I had it already on my Metamask but I am repeating the process to show you how simple it is.

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How to add a token to Metamask

Click ‘add token’, choose from the menu custom token and paste in the ‘token contract’s address without ‘’ ‘0xe08d51e7f2d0291c57a92b2d33a5bba60bb774e3’, and will populate the other two fields with CCE at ‘token symbol’ and 18 at ‘decimals of precision’ and then click next and it is added. In my screenshot, it shows token already added, I was eager to add it before showing you how :). Of course, I can delete it and add it again but you got the picture.

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How to add CloudCoin Ethereum to Metamask

Now let’s transfer 20,000 CloudCoins from my Skywallet raidapay.skywallet.cc (by the way, this is a real, functional wallet) to Metamask. If you are thinking to send me some CloudCoins from your Skywallet, here is the address :).

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How to transfer CloudCoins to Metamask

One thing to look at it is not to convert more than 200 notes in one go from Skywallet to Metamask. So if you have notes of 100’s don’t convert more than 20,000 CloudCoins in one transfer, and if you have notes of 250s don’t transfer more than 50,000 CloudCoins. Go here again — https://cloudcoinconsortium.com/use.html for the handbooks of the wallets, and also contact CloudCoin Consortium’s support whenever you need help. We should call the support guys Customer Happiness Team. They are this good at solving the support tickets.

To convert CloudCoins from Skywallet to Metamask go to this link: http://raida.tech/eth/deposit.php (you need to have with you the virtual card data associated with the Skywallet you want to move funds from).

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How to convert CloudCoins to CloudCoin Ethereum Tokens

On this page, you can also see instructions in video and pdf. format if you get stuck. Then, you add here the CC quantity to convert and the ETH address in your Metamask wallet followed by pressing the ‘convert’ button.

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ETH address in Metamask wallet

the next screen you see will ask for data from the virtual card associated with the Skywallet.

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Converting 20,000 CloudCoins to 20,000 CloudCoin Ethereum tokens

I am entering the data required: Skywallet address, card number, expiry date, and CVV. Does this look familiar? I bet that it looks. While it is not a bank card, it is a virtual card associated with the Skywallet but it works like a bank card. You can call it Jedi stuff! (Again, I am a Star Wars fan).

So, I am adding the data, blurred here for privacy. The conversion of CloudCoin (CC) to CloudCoin Ethereum (CCE) is 1 to 1 so 20,000 CloudCoins (CC) are converted into 20,000 CloudCoin Ethereum (CCE).

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Converting 20,000 CloudCoins to 20,000 CloudCoin Ethereum tokens

Wait, something is happening …

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Converting 20,000 CloudCoins to 20,000 CloudCoin Ethereum tokens

Then it shows the transaction processing.

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Converting 20,000 CloudCoins to 20,000 CloudCoin Ethereum tokens

Next, you will go to the Metamask wallet to confirm the gas fees associated to this transaction.

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Converting 20,000 CloudCoins to 20,000 CloudCoin Ethereum tokens

At this stage, you can go to edit in Metamask and choose a higher gas fee so the transaction to be processed faster. The first time I performed such a conversion, I wanted to save the gas fee and went to the lowest but also slowest. What happened? After 1 hour the transaction wasn’t completed. Of course, there is not a guaranteed completion time even if you choose the fastest. What I can tell you is that CloudCoin’s systems are very fast, and for me, everything worked in seconds once I’ve chosen the fastest gas fee $2.92 instead of the slowest $1.21. You see, CloudCoin’s transactions peer to peer are free and instant, which is something huge and highly valued by our users.

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Metamask gas fees

In seconds after choosing to accelerate the transaction, it is completed and we can see the 20,000 CCE sitting in the Metamask wallet.

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Converting 20,000 CloudCoins to 20,000 CloudCoin Ethereum tokens
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20,000 CloudCoins converted to 20,000 CloudCoin Ethereum tokens

Yippee!!! Now we are ready for step 3. Here is also a video about converting CloudCoin for CloudCoin Ethereum tokens.

Step 3: Metamask to Bitcoin.com

In this step, we are moving the 20,000 CCE’s to Bitcoin.com. You need to open an account on the exchange at https://exchange.bitcoin.com and get the wallet address to deposit CCE’s on Bitcoin.com which will be added as a withdrawal wallet to Metamask.

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CCE deposit address on Bitcoin.com

Then go back to Metamask and start sending 20,000 CCE to the CCE address in your Bitcoin.com exchange account.

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Transferring 200,000 CloudCoin Ethereum to Bitcoin.com Exchange

As before, I will choose the transaction fee for a fast transfer. So, instead of $0.66 will be $1.60.

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CCE CloudCoin Ethereum wallet on Bitcoin.com

In minutes, besides the 10,000 CCE I already had in the account I can see the new 20,000 CCE arriving. They are showing in different balances. The reason is that I had the previous 10,000 CCE moved from the account’s balance to the trading balance.

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CCE CloudCoin Ethereum moving from account to trading balance

We can easily move CloudCoin Ethereum from the account’s balance to the trading one and viceversa. The account’s balance will only be used for withdrawals and this is the default destination of deposits.

On Bitcoin.com Exchange it is traded the CloudCoin Ethereum in direct pairs with Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Tether (USDT), and Ethereum (ETH)

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CloudCoin Ethereum to USDT Exchange Pair
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CloudCoin Ethereum to USDT Exchange Market Depth
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CloudCoin Ethereum to USDT Exchange Pair order book

This is it! These are the three steps!

Next, to withdraw CloudCoin Ethereum (CCE) and convert them back to CloudCoin (CC) is the same process, but backward: withdrawal from Bitcoin.com wallet to Metamask wallet and from there conversion to CloudCoin (CC).

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Withdrawal from CloudCoin Ethereum Bitcoin.com wallet

I just added the Metamask CCE wallet as a whitelisted address in Bitcoin.com to have it saved and also not to allow any fraudulent transfers from potential hackers to their wallets. For the moment, I have to wait for 48 hrs before I am able to perform any transfer to the whitelisted wallet for security precautions. I will update the article as soon as I can proceed with the withdrawal as CloudCoin was just listed on Bitcoin.com Exchange so I am showing what I am doing from the start.

Next, CCE will be transferred to Metamask and from there to the Skywallet.

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Convert CloudCoin Ethereum Tokens to CloudCoin

The article with be updated with the complete process of transferring 20,000 CloudCoin Ethereum Tokens (CCE) into CloudCoins (CC) once I can perform the withdrawal from Bitcoin.com to the CCE Metamask wallet. If you encounter any troubles with the process don’t hesitate to contact CloudCoin Consortium’s support.

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