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The vehicle can make the owner earn money while the car is parked in the garage

Daymak is not known as the Tesla, but it is also a startup focused on the segment of electric vehicles, such as scooters, bicycles and three-wheeled cars. The company’s newest ad is an electric car called Spiritus, which is capable of mining cryptocurrencies while in its owner’s garage.

“While most vehicles are depreciating while they are parked in your garage, Nebula Miner will make you money when your Spiritus is parked. The potential applications are unlimited”, said, in a note, Aldo Baiocchi, President of Daymak.

The vehicle still has patent approval. If launched, it will be able to create new cryptocurrencies through an online transaction validation process (a method known by the term mining). For that, he has what Daymak calls Nebula Miner and the mined cryptoactives are kept in a digital wallet called Nebula Wallet.

Spiritus is expected to hit the US market in 2023 and the startup promises that it will be carbon-free. The vehicle is already on pre-sale for values ​​ranging from 20 thousand dollars to 150 thousand dollars.

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