Continuous Data Protection (CDP) enables recoverability to any point in time (time travel) facilitated via journaling of every write made by a system to disk. Stringent storage performance and capacity requirements for journaling make CDP a very high cost solution leading to limited adoption. In this work we first explore the feasibility of building such a CDP function on top of cheap commodity storage exposed via cloud object stores. Based on this analysis, we propose cCDP-a Cloud Continuous Data Protection framework that efficiently combines cloud object stores with edge caching to address requirements of low cost, high capacity, low latency and high storage throughput. cCDP with careful tuning can not only meet but surpasses the write throughput and latency requirements of CDP with minimal buffer overheads (< 1%). Recovery lookup performance (Identification & Ordering) of cCDP with hybrid data layout is within 28% of Btree based temporal data layout and is about 52.7% better than the naive data layout with name encoding with significantly lower edge buffer and write throughput overheads than the Btree based temporal data layout.