In a move that marks a significant shift in the automotive industry, Honda has partnered with FCF Pay, a leading blockchain payment system, to adopt cryptocurrency payments. This strategic alliance highlights Honda''s […] Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Honda starts accepting payments with Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies appeared first on gHacks Technology News .
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Honda is celebrating 75 years of innovations with its "Keep Dreaming" campaign, which highlights some of the automaker''s past accomplishments while also looking to the future. The campaign features a 60-second commercial that honors Honda''s history while also sharing the company''s commitment toward reaching carbon neutrality by 2050. "As we prepare to bring our first…
"Wahhh it looks like Honda has joined crypto, when will other car manufacturers?" Japanese car giant Honda, which has finally joined the cryptocurrency market, has applied several digital assets including Ripple (XRP) and Shiba Inu (SHIB) as its payment options. Honda has entered into an agreement with a blockchain payment system called FCF Pay to allow customers to lease or buy its company''s products through crypto instead of fiat. Besides XRP and SHIB, among other digital assets received by Honda are Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Binance Coin (BNB), Polkadot (DOT) and some memecoins such as Pepe Coin (PEPE), Floki Inu (FLOKI), Bone ShibaSwap (BONE) and Doge Killer (LEASH). Over the past few years, the digital asset mentioned above has emerged as a top trend in the crypto market as most investors are found more interested in investing in memecoin than other cryptocurrencies. On a different note, SHIB gained traction earlier this week when FCF Pay also partnered with Texas-based energy company Chariot Energy to allow locals to pay their solar panel bills in memecoins.
Honda, the Tokyo-based automobile big, is ‘opening its engines’ to cryptocurrencies. Because of a partnership with FCF Pay, it’s now doable to purchase Honda merchandise in quite a lot of cryptos, together with Ripple (XRP) and Dogecoin (DOGE). Honda accepts funds in Ripple, Dogecoin and different cryptos with FCF Pay Tokyo-based automobile, bike and electrical […]
Car giant “opens its engines” to cryptocurrencies
There has been growth in monthly dispatches from original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) as they are stacking up inventory in dealer showrooms in anticipation of a strong festive season. NEW DELHI: On the back of robust demand for sports utility vehicles (SUVs), carmakers such as Hyundai Motor India, Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M) and Toyota Kirloskar reported their highest-ever monthly sales in September 2023. Also, there has been growth in monthly dispatches from original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) as they are stacking up inventory in dealer showrooms in anticipation of a strong festive season. India’s top carmaker Maruti Suzuki (MSIL) witnessed sales growth in September 2023. However, Tata Motors registered a slump in monthly dispatches last month. Hyundai registered its highest-ever total sales of 71,641 units in September 2023. Total sales include domestic sales of 54,241 units and exports of 17,400 units. Tarun Garg, COO, of Hyundai Motor India, said, “The ongoing festive season has resulted in a strong sales momentum, helping us achieve more than 9% growth YoY in domestic sales in September 2023.” He added, “SUVs now contribute to more than 65% of our domestic sales.” Hyundai’s SUV line-up includes Creta, Venue, Exter and Alcazar, among others.
Honda Korea Co. is beefing up its product lineup to revive sales after they plunged nearly 70 percent in the January-August period from a year earlier due mainly to a lack of new models. Honda Korea Co. has recently launched two all-new models -- the