Daymak’s First Electric Prototype Car, Spiritus, Begins Mining Both PoW and PoS Cryptocurrencies
“Blockchain technology and cryptocurrency are two of the most disruptive innovations of our time,” said Aldo Baiocchi, President of Daymak, according to whom, while other cars will depreciate in value, Spiritus will “pay for itself while it’s parked.”
Electric car maker Daymak has announced that its first prototype, Spiritus, has officially started mining cryptocurrency, both Proof-of-Work and Proof-of-Stake coins.
The electric car prototype Spiritus will be using its patent-pending Daymak Nebula platform to mine crypto. Nebula is defined by the company as the world’s first comprehensive cryptocurrency suite for electric vehicles that will allow every Spiritus car to mine and manage crypto anywhere.
Daymak first announced it on June 1st, and now it has successfully installed its Nebula system in the first Spiritus prototype vehicle. Aldo Baiocchi, President of Daymak, said,
“Blockchain technology and cryptocurrency are two of the most disruptive innovations of our time, and we are proud to be the first auto-manufacturer in history to incorporate it into our Spiritus EV offering.”
Unlike other cars that depreciate in value, Baiocchi said, “Spiritus owners will have a vehicle that has the potential to pay for itself while it’s parked.”
In less than a day, Daymak has made $12.25 in profit, according to the live streaming feed of the Spiritus prototype’s crypto mining results.
Besides earning crypto with the electric car and completing transactions using the built-in Nebula wallet, customers can also pre-order a Spiritus using cryptocurrencies.
The car will be launched in 2023 at a base price of $20,000, and every Spiritus car will be a node on the blockchain.