Canadian light car maker to launch electric car while parked


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Daymak to be released in 2023
Deimak Spirit Tooth Deluxe and Ultimate models.

[Blockchain Today Correspondent Han Ji-hye] Canadian light car maker Daymak has announced an electric vehicle that can mine bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies while the car is parked.

According to a Cointelegraph report, Daymak announced in a statement on the 1st (local time) that it would launch an electric vehicle capable of mining Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Dogecoin.

The company said, “The ‘Spiritus electric car will be launched in 2023 and will be equipped with industry-leading mining GPUs.’ “He said. However, it did not elaborate on the detailed specifications of the mining hardware.

All Spirittus will be ‘green cryptocurrency mining nodes’ with Daymak Nebular mining hardware, Nebula cryptocurrency wallet and solar charging function.

“While most cars depreciate while in the garage, the Nebula Miner makes money while the Spirit is parked,” Deimak said, emphasizing that the Spirit isn’t devalued like other cars. did.

However, despite the technological achievements, mining cryptocurrencies in the form of small consumer equipment likely to be mounted on automobiles can be uneconomical. This means that profitability will not be high.

The company also says the Nebula Wallet app will provide staking capabilities for drivers and support more cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Doge, and Cardano.

Currently, Daymak accepts cryptocurrency payments in Bitcoin, Ethereum, Cardano, and Doji for pre-ordering this car, and said that it is “working with various exchanges to provide lease payments through cryptocurrency services.”

“We envision a future where highway tolls, parking lots and drive-thru orders will be paid directly in cryptocurrency,” said Aldo Baiocchi, president of Deimac. Online billing and banking will be processed through the same software platform as payment in cryptocurrency.”

Meanwhile, this isn’t the first time the vehicle has been equipped with cryptocurrency mining hardware. In January, cryptocurrency enthusiast Simon Bryne installed a portable mining rig in a BMW i8 hybrid vehicle. At the time, it was estimated that Brine’s car could generate annual revenues of $122,000.

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