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Hi all, I was at CES here in my hometown of Vegas today, and I saw a car that really interested me. It was called the One, from a company called INDIEV in Los Angeles. The car's big selling point is it has a computer inside of it. The lady talking with me at the booth said that the computer is super powerful, and that the car was part of a blockchain. I invest in a lot of crypto, but I don't fully understand blockchains as a technology. I'd appreciate some help understanding this, and getting opinions on using this in a car, as I'm pretty interested in the vehicle. Thanks!
 

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Funny you should mention it - I clipped an interesting factoid for my son the economist, the other day:
Human Organism Mammal Font Technology

Bottom line: if you're going to suck the life out of the planet to generate the equivalent of a printed 2.61 x 6.14 x 0.0043 inch ounce piece of paper (which sequesters carbon, by the way), you have no business pretending you GAF about what electric vehicles bring to the climate party.

It's a gimmick. Bitcoin and its related NFT's are merely money laundering tools that rely on Ponzi participation.
 
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