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Platinum Standard Crypto-currency // Store of Value

Claiming your Free Airdrop
Do you want to claim your airdrop for LucidCash?

Ask questions in our community server!

You will receive 0.5 LucidCash per Bitcoin

LucidCash is an all new crypto-currency from the ground up. It only have 1,000 coins available and is available as a store of value. LucidCash features Proof of Work with a difficulty of the Blockchain is 4000000000000 (nearly 5x Bitcoin) and there are only 500 coins available for the airdrop.

Going Lucid:
Going Lucid is easy - go to your favorite exchange site and exchange your coins for Lucid Cash. You get the security and speed without any compromises!

A store of value cryptocurrency for the Web 3.0 - built for Ethereum, made by Bitcoin. This is Lucid Cash - the next generation of coins

(LUC) Lucid Cash

Lucid is the liquid standard of security.

We Support Lucid Language (quick information)
Lucid is a dataflow programming language designed to experiment with non-von Neumann programming models. It was designed by Bill Wadge and Ed Ashcroft and described in the 1985 book Lucid, the Dataflow Programming Language.[1]
pLucid was the first interpreter for Lucid.
Lucid uses a demand-driven model for data computation. Each statement can be understood as an equation defining a network of processors and communication lines between them through which data flows. Each variable is an infinite stream of values and every function is a filter or a transformer. Iteration is simulated by 'current' values and 'fby' (read as 'followed by') operator allowing composition of streams.
Lucid is based on an algebra of histories, a history being an infinite sequence of data items. Operationally, a history can be thought of as a record of the changing values of a variable, history operations such as first and next can be understood in ways suggested by their names. Lucid was originally conceived as a kind of very disciplined, mathematically pure, single-assignment language, in which verification would be very much simplified. However, the dataflow interpretation has been a very important influence on the direction in which Lucid has evolved.[1]

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