While the world is in a rapid transition to electric cars, the processing power in these vehicles continues to increase day by day. So much so that Tesla’s latest model car Model S Plaid can play Cyberpunk 2077, one of the games with the highest hardware requirements on the market. An example of this processing power was given by Elon Musk in the past weeks.
Responding to the share of a Twitter user with Tesla 3, Musk implied in his statement that crypto money mining could be started in Teslas. Although it is thought that this event fueled the thoughts of mining electric cars, in fact, the idea was long ago. was put forward concretely.
Electric car targeting parked mining:
Canadian car and scooter manufacturer Daymak said last month Spiritus‘ introduced its new car. The biggest feature of the company’s new car was that it could mine cryptocurrency while parked. Moreover, this idea of the company met with great interest. The company in total $350 million pre-order managed to get it.
Of course, it was very difficult to expect anything standard in terms of purchasing a car to mine cryptocurrencies. The company offers Doge, Ethereum and Cardano to those who want to buy this car. payment options with cryptocurrencies also presented. The CEO of the company, Aldo Baoicchi, continues on his way by putting all the eggs in the same basket, so to speak.
In his statement, the CEO said that crypto is the future and that when Spiritus is launched, they will be ‘ in the middle of the blockchain revolution‘. Aldo stated that when the car came out, everyone was shopping with crypto money and they developed their vehicles with this vision of the future. On the other hand, it is unknown whether cryptocurrency mining will be the primary or secondary purpose of the car. It has been announced that the car will enter production in 2022, and delivery will begin in 2023.