Daymark to unveil electric car capable of mining bitcoin
Daymark – A report by Daymark indicates that a world automaker “Daymark” has invented an electric vehicle that can mine bitcoin using solar technology, adding that the company is accepting pre-orders for the said car already.
Daymark Spiritus becomes the first automobile to mine bitcoin.
This invention will mark the first and a major milestone achieved in the technology concerning the BTC mining industry.
According to the automaker “Every Spiritus vehicle will be a node on the Blockchain, and this will include Daymark Nebula Miner and Nebula Wallet,” according to the release.
This will mean a huge success in the combination of technological advancement in the automobile, renewable energy, and bitcoin is a shred of resounding evidence of the extraordinary speed at which the world develops in crypto technology.
The release says, “We envision a future where your highway tolls, your parking, and your drive-thru order will be paid directly on the fly with cryptocurrency.”
This is undoubtedly admirable for the future and is extremely huge considering the level of innovation involved and what we can expect to be greeted with by the industry shortly.
In the past, we have asked several questions on the future of energy, which gave rise to Tesla and utilizing its renewable energy to mine bitcoin, but now we can see that another automaker has entirely outdone the former by tapping into this vision for the future.
What we are left with to think about at the moment is, if other automakers will begin to think deep in this direction as a result of this latest invention.
While this is a perfect response to energy fear bedeviling uncertainty, and doubt, it however remains a prime example of the added advantage Bitcoin presents.
Cryptocurrency vs adoption of renewable energy
Renewable energy and its efficiency are addressing the rising energy usage involved in cryptocurrency mining.
Most recently, Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced that the company will suspend vehicle purchases using BTC and will only resume the moment mining shifts to sustainable energy sources.
In another capacity, Hal Finney raised an issue of how to reduce Carbon Iv oxide emissions from widespread bitcoin adoption as in 2009, this was about 3 months after the BTC whitepaper was successfully published.
BTC and ETHE however rely on proof of work to process transactions and provide network security.