Could tokenisation open up opportunities in MaaS?

The blockchain technology could create incentives for users to adopt greener habits, argues one start-up. By Xavier Boucherat

By now, automakers will be familiar with cryptocurrency and coins, such as bitcoin. However, recent years have seen the rise of a second blockchain-derived digital asset. ‘Tokens’ are sometimes used interchangeably with coins, but there are key differences. Coins are native to their own blockchain—for example, Ether exists on the Ethereum blockchain—and are generally used in the same way that fiat currencies such as the US dollar are.

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