Sean Worthington

Sean Worthington


At the early at of 14, Sean Worthington, lead scientist and inventor of RAIDA, was programming one of the first computers-- the Atari 400, and won an international scientific contest at age 16. He received a masters in Computer Information Systems Management and has taught computer science for 15 years, and during this time achieved 30 different professional certificates. He also finished his PhD work in Computer Information Systems and worked on his dissertation: Counterfeit detections systems. Sean did not publish his work but put it into practice.

He filed a patent in June 2016, and in August he created Cloud Coin notes. In October he organized 25 system administrators in 20 countries to create the new indestructible cloud technology called: RAIDA (Redundant Array of Independent Detection Agents). Worthington says he has created the perfect global currency. It cannot be counterfeited, double-spent, mined or lost; eCurrency that is 100% private, which requires no public ledgers, accounts, or even encryption. It’s a monetary system that is absolutely fair and ethical and requires no special software or download.


Past Shows:

  • Digital Currency / Kentucky Goblin Case

    Sean Worthington discussed his "unhackable" digital currency. Followed by Geraldine Sutton Stith on her family's famous encounter with goblinlike aliens in 1955.More »
  • Time Travel & Project Pegasus

    Andrew D. Basiago talked about his claims of time travel. Sean Worthington on his digital currency; Jonathan Baha'i on his decentralized sports betting exchange.More »