Monday, July 15, 2019

CoinMarketCap Starts Listing Prices In Lambos

Today, in a logical move, the leading site in listing prices for all cryptocurrencies, CoinMarketCap, has started listing prices in Lambos. We all know that the recipe for success is simple for crypto investors: buy the dip, HODL, wait for it to go the moon and then go and buy your Lambo. So, to ease things, CoinMarketCap now lets you know directly if you have fulfilled your dream.

Lambos Baby!

This innovation puts CoinMarketCap in the lead of price and listing sites for a large margin. By listing cryptocurrency prices in LAMBOS, it does not only motivate you to work more to get your precious price, but it also facilitates the calculation that you have to do to buy it. For the record, the Lamborghini price that it lists is roughly $200,000, a price that coincidentally matches a vehicle launched last year: the Lamborghini URUS, a luxury SUV.

Lamborghini Urus, not your average SUV

A Lambo SUV

Though the Lambo touted for comparison is indeed an SUV, it is no slouch. According to Bloomberg, it packs some serious punch under the hood:

Urus has a 650-horsepower, 4.0 liter V8 twin-turbo engine and gets 850 Nm of torque from a 4WD, eight-speed automatic transmission. It can hit 62 mph in 3.6 seconds and will continue accelerating all the way to 190 mph”

At the time of the report, we were unable to confirm if there is indeed a partnership between Lamborghini and CoinMarketCap to offer an automatic exchange of cryptocurrencies for Lamborghinis and if this offer would include other Lambos different from the Urus; most traders would like to see more variety, like including Gallardos or Aventadores in the mix. Some traders would surely prefer that to the Ursus.

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CoinMarketCap will surely keep innovating in these matters, siding with the small and incipient trader, and not with whales that surely have their Lambos already.

 

 

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