Enabled by cryptocurrency and blockchain technology, future computer programs may own cars and pay their running costs.
The car of the future may be ownerless
Since its launch in 2008, most of the public discussion about bitcoin has focused on its potential as a new digital currency that allows people to make online payments without going through banks or other financial middlemen. But the past year has also seen growing interest in a host of non-currency applications for bitcoin's core technology.
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