A “CRYPTO-ECONOMIC REVOLUTION”
Bitcoin have certainly changed the way economic transactions are carried out today, opening new horizons for bold investors, sellers and buyers. And, unsurprisingly, what it is now considered a profound “crypto-economic revolution” has also influenced and changed the pivotal automotive industry’s trends and transactions.
Today, bitcoins players worldwide (some are “bitcoins millionaires”) use it as a normal settlement currency with which it is possible to buy a bag, jewelry, a house and now….even a supercar!
This revolution has also modified the way Internet players behave and react to change: more and more e-commerce sites currently accept this cryptocurrency as a normal financial medium of exchange.
Interviewed by Russia Today International Channel, Nick Spanos, the co-founder of the Zap Project (https://zapproject.pl/), insisted that bitcoins are now changing the world in a profound way.
“As a matter of fact you can buy anything with a bitcoin. You use the bitcoin to buy a coupon and with those coupons you can buy anything from gold at 60 percent off to a car,” he said.
THE CRYPTOCURRENCY AND SUPERCARS
Over the last weeks, a profound change has altered the way the automotive sector functions throughout the world: since the beginning of the year supercars such as Ferraris, Aston Martins, McLarens, Lamborghinis, and Porsches can be sold and bought through a bitcoin financial transaction.
Some audacious financiers, having invested in the past in this cryptocurrency, find themselves today with enough bitcoins (which have experienced a recent massive revaluation) to buy the car of their dreams, a Bugatti, a Ferrari or even a Pagani.
The trend has just been set in North America. An example among others: at Newport Beach, in California, the only stand-alone Pagani Automobile dealer in the US has sold to the same client a Bugatti Chiron and a Pagani Huayra for…450 Bitcoins. As the Californian dealer wrote in its Instagram account, this sum currently equals 5 188 000 euros, a very important purchase, according to the Pagani Newport Beach.