Carnomaly to Bridge the Gap Between the Automotive Marketplace and the DeFi World By DailyCoin

Carnomaly to Bridge the Gap Between the Automotive Marketplace and the DeFi World

Amidst mainstream adoption, it is almost impossible to build a blockchain project without including a decentralized finance (DeFi) component. The reason for this can be attributed to various factors, one of which is the fact that most blockchain initiatives are community-driven.

As a result, most blockchain initiatives require the implementation of a native token which, in the possession of a community member, guarantees voting rights. In other words, community members who own a share of a project’s native tokens can participate in the decision-making process, as well as enjoy unlimited access to a suite of DeFi tools.

The same can also be said in the case of Carnomaly, a blockchain-based protocol that facilitates the sales and management of vehicles in the most secure, decentralized, and transparent way possible. If you would like to learn more about the

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ITS World Congress: V2X, protecting vulnerable road users, and e-bikes

The ITS World Congress is one of the biggest events in smart mobility and the digitalization of transport, with key players in the ecosystem from car OEMs and automotive tier one companies, as well as transport groups and government representatives. Chip companies are also a key part of this, and one of them, NXP Semiconductors is showcasing, along with its partners, various safety scenarios enabled by vehicle-to-vehicle communication (vehicle-to-X or V2X).

One of the scenarios presented is in conjunction with premium e-bike manufacturer, Riese & Müller, highlighting how to better protect vulnerable road users using V2X and help prevent traffic accidents. The e-bike uses NXP’s V2X technology based on 802.11p, a communication standard also known as DSRC (dedicated short-range communication). Optimized for automobiles, 802.11p allows vehicles, road infrastructure and other road users to exchange information in real time.

The need for deploying such technology is evident from road accident

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There are more than 3,000 new and abandoned BMW cars in some part of the world

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Car fan? A video posted on social media showed several completely new and abandoned BMW models. Apparently, this “graveyard” of cars is located in Vancouver, Canada.

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As reported by El Universal , these are more than 3,000 MINI JCW and BMW M4 and M6 cars, abandoned in 2015 after an eventful transfer trip to Canada that left the lot of cars badly damaged to have them repaired.

According to the information, the cars suffered mechanical problems due to poor belaying, and some of their electrical parts were affected and broken down by salt water and sand.

Faced with this scenario, the automotive company carried out an analysis that showed them that it was actually cheaper to store them and perhaps destroy them than to repair them, so they chose to

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There Is Only One TVR T440R Sports Car in the World, and It Is Now up for Sale

TVR may have hoped that the T440R sports car would change the future of automotive design, but the company went out of business before that could happen.

Despite this unfortunate bit of timing, the British marque managed to build one example of the beautiful, futuristic sports car before going under. And now the one-of-a-kind coupé could be yours, via UK rare car dealer Auto Lounge.

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The 2003 T440R was a homologated road car based on the British marque’s T400R race car which raced at Spa, Sebring and Le Mans in 2003, reports CarBuzz. The company built four cars in order to meet FIA homologation requirements. Three of those were Typhons, which were each fitted with a naturally aspirated 4.0-liter straight-six engine.

2003 TVR T440R - Credit: Auto Lounge

2003 TVR T440R – Credit: Auto Lounge

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Unlike those road cars, the T440R was powered by an even brawnier 4.2-liter straight-six,

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