Tesla’s example turned out to be contagious – the General Motors concern has not yet made a final decision on payments in bitcoins, but said that it will carefully study the question of whether buyers are interested in such payments. Buyers are, of course, interested.
General Motors said that they do not want to invest in crypto, but simply think about how to make it convenient for buyers. However, the wildly jumping rate of the cryptocurrency can create difficulties for the auto-moto maker itself, so far few decide to take such a step.
Elon Musk says little about Tesla’s experience. He did not release Bitcoin payment statistics, but stated that the cryptocurrency paid Tesla for cars will not be converted to traditional currency. He also said that the company will use “internal open source software” to process payments.