Personal Light Electric Vehicles (LEVs) manufacturer, Daymak has started accepting pre-orders for its Daymak Avvenire – a first of its kind lineup of LEVs that will be able to mine cryptocurrencies even while they are parked.
The company has already raked in more than $350 million in less than two months since it started taking orders.
Daymak announced that they will henceforth accept Spiritus pre-order payments in crypto.
The Spiritus will be the first car in the history of the automobile industry with mining hardware and cryptocurrency and technology.
Each vehicle will be a node on the blockchain.
The car which is expected to launch in 2023 will come with a Daymak Nebula miner and Nebula Wallet embedded into its user interface
There will be no energy consumption concerns as the mining nodes will be environmentally friendly.
Daymak’s president Aldo Baiocchi said the Spiritus is “more than a car” and meant for those “who want more in life”
“The Spiritus car is for those who want more in life, and we are committed to putting our customers ahead of the curve. We envision a future where your highway tolls, your parking, and your drive thru order will be paid directly on the fly with crypto. Your online bills and your banking can be handled through the same software platform paid in crypto. And whereas most vehicles are depreciating while they sit in your garage, the Nebula Miner will make you money while your Spiritus is parked. The potential applications are limitless,” Aldo Baiocchi said.
“It is not just about building LEVs. We have positioned our Daymak Avvenire series as the LEVs of tomorrow, and tomorrow’s vehicles will feature an array of technology systems seamlessly integrated for the convenience of the driver. Daymak has been a champion for disruptive technologies since its inception, and the current crypto movement is a clear indication that by the 2023 Spiritus release date, we will be in the midst of the blockchain revolution. Everyone will be paying with crypto by then, and we are building these cars with that in mind,” added Baiocchi. “Daymak Spiritus is more than a car.”