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CloudCoin Weekly Bulletin 124

CloudCoin Consortium tell their virus stories
This week we'd like to share contributions directly from readers affected by the COVID-19 virus or living in areas hard hit.
Member possibly infected

I have not been tested yet, but through community spread, I believe I may have the COVID-19 virus. I am in good health, so I'm not too worried, but I literally am at home 98% of the time. I live by myself and have friends bringing me medicine. I have no fever (yet!), but I have a bad headache, and all of the other symptoms. I have been coughing for about two days. I was advised by a tele-nurse that IF I get a fever and it goes past three days to go to the emergency room.
There are many people walking around who are NOT showing any symptoms but are infected, and they are spreading it -- and anyone could be infected by those walking time bombs. I either touched something that had it or a different strain of something - but whatever I have - is very powerful. So far it's been heavier cold symptoms than I have ever had before!
The BIGGEST problem with the COVID-19 is the latency period. People are infected and they are infecting other people and don't know it, then after six, seven or eight days later you start getting symptoms, but you have infected 12 to 20 other people. This is way bigger than the regular Flu. 
-Consortium member in USA
Italy is in trouble, but not in panic!

I live in Milan, very close to the areas where Covid-19 has had the greatest impact, with relatives living in some of those areas. Fortunately, none of them have suffered the infection to date.
How are we fighting it?
More or less like all our friends, colleagues and neighbors:
  • staying home as much as possible
  • taking the maximum hygiene precautions by disinfecting hands and objects that enter the house
  • using masks and gloves when we go out
Covid-19 is a bad customer and should not be underestimated. It is very subtle since many are asymptomatic and become unconscious vectors. By contrast, when it strikes, a rather high percentage tends to have pneumonia and therefore requires treatment in ICU, of which there is a limited number.
What is fundamental to do, therefore, is to slow down its propagation speed, especially towards the most weak subjects (we can all take interstitial pneumonia but some, the elderly, the sick and somehow predisposed subjects are more likely to request the ICU).
Warning: I know young and sporty guys who are now being treated in ICU, so young people also have to pay close attention. Of course, they are few in percentage compared to the elderly.
After a first phase that saw the supermarkets emptied and even some people who tried to move away from the red areas reaching the villages of origin, supplies are now regular, there is no lack of food or water and people have learned to make orderly rows, staying away from each other in the lines at the supermarkets.

I use online services to do the shopping in order to further reduce the possibility of acting as an intermediary for the Covid, which I do not have but which, on going around, I could grab and transport to my loved ones.
Italy is suffering but we are not panicking, we are only aware of the weight of the test we have to go through.
I invite everyone to be strong and steadfast and to take advantage of this opportunity to reflect on what are really important things in our lives.
From Italy good luck to all,
-Luca F., Milan, Italy
Family possibly infected

My spouse, who works in a hospital, is sick in bed with a fever, dry cough, but no runny nose or sneezing. We have had to quarantine family members to their rooms. We hope it is something else besides COVID-19 and will see a doctor today.

-Consortium Member in USA
Major events cancelled

We’ve seen the cancellation of two of Omaha’s crown jewels, events that shine an international spotlight on the city: the College World Series and the Berkshire Hathaway convention. The Major League Baseball amateur draft, scheduled three days before the College World Series, was also cancelled. Mutual of Omaha, a major insurance company where my sister works, has seen a spike in new life insurance policies.

-Joe Anania, Omaha, Nebraska, USA
Milan is silent during COVID-19
Living in a big city in the times of coronavirus means rediscovering silence. Milan, the city that never stops, the city that never sleeps, the city where you always run, is now still, it rests and it isn't running.
You look out the window and what strikes you is silence!
There is no traffic, even during peak hours, there are no people around and those few who move out of necessity, do it with gloves and a mask and keep their distance.

Yes, because they tell you that masks must only be used by the sick, but if we all used them, there would be fewer sick people, right?
We have been locked in the house for 10 days, we only go out to throw the garbage and when we return to the house we immediately remove the shoes, put them on the balcony and disinfect our hands.
We have rediscovered the beauty of making bread at home ... do you know what a good smell freshly baked bread has?

The supermarkets are all open, nothing is missing on the shelves, they let you enter three or four at a time, with gloves and a mask. They only ask you to make the shopping list and not to stay inside too much, because the line outside is long (those in line stay at least one meter away from each other).
We are having a bad time, but we are not panicking!

We follow the guidelines: we don't leave home, we use services to have the shopping brought home, we often wash our hands and what enters the house is disinfected. If we go out, even just to go to the cellar, gloves and mask and once in the house, we immediately take off our shoes!
This virus affects everyone, so if you are young do not be brave, mask and gloves and disinfectant at hand! Because many are asymptomatic and do not know that they can transmit the disease to those they meet ... therefore, even if they tell you that the mask is not essential, YES, always wear it ... ALWAYS !!
Protect those around you, especially the elderly and immuno-suppressed individuals.
We Italians in this period lack hugs; those hugs that friends give each other as soon as they are seen, those kisses that you also give to those you know for the first time. Oh yes, to we Italians that really is missing! We are missing not being able to embrace our loved ones, even if they live only a few kilometers away.

Stay as long as you can at home. There are so many things to do so you won't get bored. We live in a super-technological era. Video-chat at all hours with friends are a fantastic thing to feel close right now! Always be presentable, there will always be a friend who will call you to know how you are.
And then here in Italy we are expansive. Since we are all closed in ours houses, we can still meet, organized by social media, on the balconies every day at a certain time. We sing together, we say goodbye from balcony to another, we scream that soon everything will end!

Perfect strangers, united by a long-distance hug ... it's beautiful!
Stay at home as much as possible. Here in Italy doctors repeat it 1,000 times a day. If you stay at home, it slows down the rate of infection. Doctors can't stay at home ... they are helping... let's do it for them!
So, in summary: Stay at home, if you have to go out for shopping, do it with gloves, a mask and then once at home, disinfect your hands, shoes and what has been in contact with the outside world. Do not go out unless it is urgent!

But above all, do not panic, enjoy the silence and tranquility of your home, go out into the garden to do gardening or simply enjoy the silence.

Here, in Italy, the children color the sheets with a rainbow and the writing: "everything will be fine" and then hang them on the balconies. Let your kids do it too! Color this difficult period ... IT WILL BE OK!
-Laura T., Milan, Italy
For the benefit of our readers, here is information from the World Health Organization on safety precautions to limit the spread of COVID-19 and a list of travel precautions from the Center for Disease Control .

The Consortium extends its best wishes for full recovery to all those affected by this outbreak and looks forward to a swift end to the current situation.
30,000 view CloudCoin Ask Me Anything
More than 30,000 people viewed a CloudCoin Ask Me Anything (AMA) session hosted by CoinKeeper today where Consortium president Sean Worthington and European representative Ilya Vlasyuk responded to online questions for over two hours.

The questions and answers will remain online and available through Coinkeeper's AMA Telegram page .

CoinKeeper promoted the AMA to its 65,000+ digital currency enthusiasts and displayed banner ads and videos promoting CloudCoin sites and social media pages.

AMA sessions like today's allow people to literally ask "anything" about the CloudCoin project and receive answers from Consortium members.
Consortium elections set for March 27
The elections of three advisory board members have been scheduled for March 27-28.

The open positions are for one advisor within each of the following areas: technical, marketing and liquidity/business.

To register to vote, send an email with the following information: Name, Skywallet ID, and Protonmail address. Voters not on the Consortium payroll must submit membership dues of 250 CloudCoins.

Voters will receive official voting tokens with randomized serial numbers, which they will use to cast votes using the SkyWallet BillPay function. Full instructions about the process will be received after registration.

Any member may declare their candidacy for any of the positions and must do so prior to March 26 using Consortium Skype channels.
Do you have what it takes to be a RAIDA Guardian?
RAIDA Guardians operate proxy servers to make RAIDA more reliable and robust, and they can receive 100,000 CloudCoins for participating.

Guardians are a vital part of CloudCoin's global effort to create a perfect monetary system that will increase the freedom and prosperity of everyone, while helping combat authoritarian governments who rely on currency manipulation for their existence.

If you are interested in becoming a Guardian, please sign up here for more information and an invitation to a members-only Telegram group.
Earn CloudCoins & $$$ as a RAIDA Detection Agent
There are still slots remaining for people interested in becoming founding RAIDA Detection Agents .

Operators of these units help make the RAIDA network stronger, faster, and more secure. Operators earn a portion of network traffic revenues, as well as a bonus paid in CloudCoins. Be advised, however, there are a limited number of special "Founders" opportunities available.

There is also a referral program where you can become a Detection Agent, with zero licensing fees, simply by referring potential operators.

Email for more information about becoming a Detection Agent operator or joining the referral program.
Happy Birthday Steve Furber
Tomorrow, March 21, will be the 67th birthday of computer pioneer Steve Furber.

Furber was the principal designer for the Acorn/BBC Micro computers and is best known as creator of the ARM processor, used in around 50 billion devices today, including Android and Raspberry Pi.

Furber continues his work as a professor at the UK's University of Manchester and leads the SpiNNaker (Spiking Neural Network Architecture) project.

His many fellowships, awards and honors include 2013 Computer Pioneer of the Institute for Electronics and Electrical Engineers (IEEE), Royal Academy of Engineering fellow, IET Faraday Medal, Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE), Millennium Technology Prize and honorary doctorates from Anglia Ruskin University and the University of Edinburgh.
Celebrating Education Freedom Day
Tomorrow, March 21, is Educational Freedom Day , one of several days observed by the Digital Freedom Foundation to spread awareness about free/open source educational resources.

Other DFF Freedom Days include Software Freedom Day, Document Freedom Day, Hardware Freedom Day and Cultural Freedom Day.

For good information about free and/or open source educational resources, check out OER Commons and .
Interested in using your talents to make a difference?

Are you interested in using your talents and experience to make a difference? Do you have a passion for learning about the revolutionary new world of digital currency? Would you like to connect with like-minded, liberty-loving people from around the globe?

Consider joining the CloudCoin Consortium. There are opportunities available in numerous capacities. Whether you can spare a few hours a week or devote several hours a day working from the privacy and comfort of your own home, or are available to join us in our California HQ, we encourage you to apply. If you have experience in any of the following fields, visit our Opportunities page with a resume or CV.

  • RAIDA network02 system administrators
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  • Filmmakers and video specialists
  • Graphic designers
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