Daymak’s new car could bring a revolution to the automotive industry in 2023. In an era of self-driving cars and electromobility, new concepts and paths must be taken. Aldo Baiocchi, the CEO of Canadian automaker Daymak, thought so too, so he and his team have developed a new autonomous car that can mine cryptocurrencies while parked.
This is fundamentally changing the market and consumers are excited about the idea. According to a recent press release from the company, they have already received $350 million in pre-orders in the last month. Baiocchi believes cryptocurrencies and the blockchain are revolutionizing our industry and market. That’s why he wants the Spiritus, as the car is called, to be part of that revolution and push the blockchain forward. By 2023, the CEO is certain, cars will all be driving supercomputers. Combined with the new computing power that autonomous vehicles bring and the increasing desire for security, for example through blockchain technology, completely new concepts are conceivable.
Innovation Profile: Daymak’s Spiritus crypto-mining electric car
Daymak’s crypto-mining electric car could set a new industry trend. It’s a car that fits the current zeitgeist and builds on automakers’ visions and plans for autonomy, electrification and connectivity. But how does the car perform in the innovation profile?
Blockchain, crypto and autonomous vehicles are nothing new in themselves, but the combination of all factors is an extraordinary approach that is unique to Daymak’s Spiritus so far. For this reason, we can put the novelty very high.
The complexity, as the current first renderings and concept descriptions indicate, is not too complex either. With supercomputers located in more and more vehicles, the computing power can be used for mining while parked without affecting driving performance or functionality. Therefore, the complexity is relatively low. It sits out differently with uncertainty and conflict content. As cars become smarter and more connected, cyber security questions arise that have yet to be answered. If the car is always online, even for mining cryptocurrencies, security concepts must be developed to protect it from possible attacks.
Conclusion: There are a few critical issues to consider, but the idea of a crypto-mining electric car is unique and can bring entirely new industry standards to mobility.
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