How To Earn Crypto: A Guide to Securing CLB Tokens
As we’ve established in our whitepaper and our past blog post (“How You Can Earn Free Crypto Through Cloudbric’s Security Rewards Program”), which briefly touched upon Cloudbric’s Security Rewards Program, there are generally two ways can earn CLB tokens:
– Method 1: Threat Data Contribution Method
– Method 2: Resource Community Contribution Method
Below is a breakdown of some of the ways you can secure tokens through these two methods:
1) Register more than one device or website
When you download the Secure Web Gateway, either through the mobile or desktop version, you’ll have instant access to our range of mobile/PC security services including WAF, DDoS protection, crypto asset protection, and more.
We highly recommend our users to take full advantage of Cloudbric and that starts by registering more than one mobile/PC device or website. After all, the point of entry for hackers are many. In order to increase your CLB tokens, simply register multiple websites, email accounts, mobile devices, and PCs.* The more you register, the more CLB tokens you earn.
Here’s where the bonuses come in! Bonus CLB distributions will come in the form of user referrals or length of Cloudbric account registration; in other words, you’ll be awarded extra CLB if you apply Cloudbric’s protection services for a longer period of time.
2) Contribute to platform growth
By utilizing any of the solutions available in Cloudbric’s universal security platform, users will automatically generate anonymous Cloudbric attack logs. Should you choose to fed the attack logs to our deep learning engine VISION, you’ll have the opportunity to receive CLB tokens.
As an FYI, no personally identifiable information (PII) is stored or recorded in the generated attack logs. Attack logs generated by Cloudbric will be anonymously housed on Cloudbric servers (as per the standard terms of the security service) and will be permanently deleted on a bi-annual basis.
3) Contribute to Cloudbric Labs
However, if you do not wish to submit your attacks or even use any of our security services, no worries. You can still earn free crypto by contributing to Cloudbric Labs: submitting phishing or malicious URLs, reporting blacklisted IPs and fraud wallet addresses and so on.
Furthermore, for bonus CLB, security contributors can also participate in any of the upcoming Cloudbric discussion boards and forums to promote cybersecurity awareness, answer community related questions, and the like.
4) Verify other users’ contributions
There are many ways to contribute to the growth of the universal security platform or Cloudbric Labs as already mentioned. For Cloudbric Labs, security contributors can help provide malicious IP information to the BlackIPedia community, suggest new test hacking rulesets or patterns for the WAFER community, or help alert users in the Threat Index community about newly discovered web vulnerabilities that need to be patched.
The keyword here is community, and as part of the community you have the opportunity to confirm the legitimacy of the contributions, and in the process earn CLB tokens. Though users will have to manually submit threat information to Cloudbric first. Then, Cloudbric’s internal team of security experts will review the submissions and decide whether the threat information is malicious or not. However, we will also consultant with a network of outside security experts to review submissions.
An indirect benefit of verifying their legitimacy means that our security solutions (powered by AI-based detection engine VISION) are getting smarter at detecting malicious agents and in turn provide better services for you.
Now that you’re covered on how to earn CLB tokens, there is something to keep in mind…and that is maintaining your CLB.
Users are required to maintain a minimum balance, otherwise user accounts will be placed on “bypass” mode, which means temporary deactivation of any services you may be subscribed to, until the balance is restored. A minimum balance is also needed to activate our cybersecurity services.
*Recurring distribution of end user CLB will be made on either a daily, weekly, or monthly basis (to be determined).