Tesla cars are capable of a lot, from self-driving, smart summoning, and automatic parking — but what about running Bitcoin? As it turns out, they can do that too. Cryptocurrency fans have shared video footage of a Tesla car's onboard computer system operating as a Bitcoin full node. Downloading full blocks to this @Tesla — bcoin (@Bcoin) January 16, 2020 [Read: Accidental Tesla 'butt dial' upgrade highlights con... (Date:01/17/2020 16:35) Read full article >>

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