COMPARE RAIDA TO BLOCKCHAIN
WHAT IS RAIDA?
Blockchain and the RAIDA are both databases.
DATA SUPREMACY Blockchain and the RAIDA both have data supremacy and cannot be brought down. The only other database in the world with data supremacy is the root DNS system.
Blockchain gains its physical integrity by being mirrored on hundreds of thousands of needlessly redundant "mining" servers. The RAIDA gets its physical integrity by being shredded and sent to twenty-five independent clouds located in different geopolitical jurisdictions worldwide.
Blockchain centralized its data on one public blockchain. The RAIDA does not centralize the data. With RAIDA, the data in the files are private. This data is only known to and owned by the user. These files are called CloudCoins. Bits of each coin are shredded and distributed amoung twenty-five clouds so that each cloud receives different data, which is meaningless and holds no value by itself.
Blockchain requires every user to have an account on a public ledger and have public and private keys to access permissions. The RAIDA has no ledger. The CloudCoins have accounts, not the users.
Blockchain is pseudonymous. The RAIDA is 100% anonymous, just like paper money.
Blockchain requires transactions to be synchronized over the servers of thousands of miners, and it trades very slowly. The RAIDA authenticates CloudCoins in parallel, and in less than a second.
Blockchain is not scalable. The larger it gets, the slower it gets. The RAIDA is scalable and can handle many millions of transactions every day.
ELECTRICITY AND BANDWIDTH
The blockchain network uses terabytes of electricity, comparable to the energy used by a small country. The entire RAIDA network uses less electricity than the average home. Blockchain must use huge amounts of bandwidth to synchronize. The RAIDA uses extraordinarily little bandwidth.
Blockchain charges fees. RAIDA has no fees.
When you lose cryptocurrencies on the blockchain, they are lost forever. RAIDA allows lost CloudCoins to be retrieved. No coins are lost forever.
Blockchain uses a private key that has systemic risk of theft. Blockchain is too big to be placed on most computers, so keys must be stored by other people with servers, increasing the risk of theft. The RAIDA has no accounts, and theft can be mitigated. CloudCoins can be stored on any device.
Blockchain requires much time to set up an account. The RAIDA does not require accounts. There is less difficulty or "friction" when using CloudCoin.
Blockchains often have a dynamic amount of coins that can be mined, thus creating inflation. RAIDA has a fixed amount, and there is no monetary inflation.
DATA & LOGIC
Blockchain combines both logic and data, which constrains what can be done with it. RAIDA separates data from logic. This is incredibly significant and results in things like CloudCoins being able to cross over from the real world into virtual reality, video games, computer programs, spreadsheets, etc. and then be brought back into the real world. This increases value by increasing the usefulness many times over.
Blockchain uses public key encryption that is not quantum-safe, according to the US NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology). RAIDA is quantum-safe in both storage and transportation. RAIDA does not require encryption to store since it is shredded, and CloudCoins can be transported using AES encryption that is quantum-safe according to the NIST. AES is the same encryption used by the US Government.
Blockchain was the first digital currency technology. RAIDA is the last because no others are now needed, and nothing could be better.