A Bitcoin Chevrolet was raced in the IndyCar series earlier this year. A viewing audience of millions watched as the number 21 vehicle cruised around the Indianapolis 500 track with Rinus VeeKay in charge of the wheel.
A partnership between Ed Carpenter Racing and Strike was a powerful combination that raised funds for Bitcoin development and charity foundations in Indianapolis. Jack Mallers is the founder of Strike that enables free and instant payments on the Bitcoin lightening network. The blockchain technology and innovative payment gateway enables millions of users to transact in a borderless nature. El Salvador has adopted Bitcoin as legal tender and the Stike platform will play a big role in onboarding individuals to transact instantly and seamlessly. Mallers promotes the liberties of Bitcoin in that it can bank the unbanked and allow individuals to partake in global commerce for anyone with a smart phone.
A bitcoin superannuation themed car at Bathurst would rocket to the finish line!
Personalised number plates are also becoming popular for the digital currency community as a way to share their enthusiasm for Bitcoin.