Canadian electric car maker Daymak is pioneering an electric car range that will mine cryptocurrency when it is parked.
Daymak Accepting Pre-Order Payments in Ethereum, Doge, Bitcoin and Cardano
The upcoming electric car will be the Spiritus, the fifth model in the company’s Avvenire series that includes e-bikes and flying electric vehicles. The car that will also work as a comprehensive cryptocurrency infrastructure is scheduled for launch in 2023.
Daymak’s crypto mining e-vehicle will mine a multitude of cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, and Dogecoin. E-vehicle maker Daymak has already started accepting pre-order payments for Spiritus in Ethereum, Doge, Bitcoin and Cardano (ADA).
Daymak targets to reach 50,000 pre-orders before July 23, 2021. As of now, the electric car maker has secured over $350 million in pre-orders only within 60 days since it started accepting the orders.
Canadian electric car maker Daymak will be rolling out two editions of the Spiritus electric vehicle. The first one will be the Deluxe Edition, which will have a 36kWh battery and a range of 180 miles. The other edition, which is the Ultimate series, will come with an 80 kWh battery and a total range of 300 miles. The Deluxe Edition is pre-ordered at $19,995, while the Ultimate Series is going for $149,000.
E-Vehicle Maker Daymak to Facilitate Environmentally Friendly Crypto Mining
Each of the Daymak’s crypto mining e-vehicles based on the Daymak Nebula technology will be a node of the Blockchain. The electric car maker will include the Daymak Nebular Miner and Nebula Wallet. The Nebula technology will facilitate environmentally friendly crypto mining, which is on-demand right now.
E-vehicle maker Daymak aims to create more cryptocurrency opportunities for its users. Cryptocurrency demand has been rising, and Daymak wants to cater to its users’ crypto needs.
The launch of the crypto infrastructure e-vehicles would be an opportunity for Canadian electric car maker Daymak customers to make payments for activities such as tolls and parking fees using cryptocurrency.