Professional Biography of Sean H. Worthington
- Lead Scientist and Inventor of the RAIDA.
- PhD (All but Dissertation), Computer Information Systems.
About Sean Worthington
At age 14, Sean learned to program the Atari 400 computer. One of the first computers available.
At age 16, Sean won a international scientific contest that allowed him to go on a three month scientific expedition to unvisited areas of the Australian Outback.
At age 18, Sean joined the US Air Force and became an FAA Airframe and Powerplant mechanic, licienced to fix extremely complicated jet engines.
At age 24, Sean left the Air Force to Study Economics at California State University Chico. He was elected as a student body officer.
At age 26, Sean worked for the Yuba-Sutter Economic Development Corp as an Economic Technician.
At age 30, Sean changed fields to Computer Science by attending Heald Business College for networks, and got a masters degree in Computer Information Systems Management.
At age 31, Sean began teaching computer science at community colleges and at the same time ran his own network administration businesses.
At age 45, Sean had taught computer science for over 15 years and also worked in the field. He learned every protocol and language widely used and mastered business practices. Sean also achieved 30 different professional certificates including Cisco Certified Academy Instructor, Microsoft Certified Trainer, Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer, Microsoft Certified Database Administrator and many others.
At age 46, Sean finished all PhD work in Computer Information Systems and worked on his dissertation: Counterfeit detection systems.
At age 47, Sean realized that Monetary systems are just information systems and money is data. He understood that he could know what the perfect money system would be by looking at the established science of the perfect information systems and data. He understood that the money of the future would be run by System Administrators and that computer science and information systems can be applied to monetary systems.
At age 48, Sean decided not to publish his work but put it into practice. He filed a patent in June 2016. In August he created the CloudCoin notes. In October he organized 25 system administrators in 20 countries to create the new indestructible cloud technology he invented: RAIDA (Redundant Array of Independent Detection Agents). Each RAIDA admin got 1% of all CloudCoins to be paid over five years. Many other programmers, testers, annalists were brought on board. Each getting 1% of the CloudCoins.
Now Sean's vision has come true: to create the most perfect global currency that cannot be counterfeited, double-spent, mined or lost; eCurrency that is 100% private, requires no public ledgers, accounts, or even encryption; a monetary system that is absolutely fair and ethical and requires no special software or downloads