Personalized Car Matts is a blockchain-based, self-driving car matting company that is aiming to be the first to commercialize its technology.
The company announced on Tuesday that it had raised $100 million in Series B funding led by Chinese venture capital firm Yihong Group.
The funding round was led by Baidu Ventures, a Chinese tech venture capital group, and the Chinese government’s National Development and Reform Commission.
“We are excited to partner with the Chinese Government to bring personalized car matters to the masses,” said Mike Liu, Chief Executive Officer of Personalized car Matts.
“The personalization and connectivity of the car is a powerful technology and a very important factor in driving our growth and adoption.”
The company aims to use blockchain technology to create a network of cars that will be connected and connected with the car in order to make the car the personal vehicle of the user.
Personalized cars will have personalised drivers, personalised cars, personalized drivers, and personalized cars.
The company also plans to expand into other markets and markets beyond China, including Europe and the United States.
According to the company, it aims to be able to bring in over 100 million cars annually and will be the world’s largest self-drive car manufacturer by the end of 2020.
It also plans on building partnerships with automotive companies and other automotive manufacturers, including Mercedes-Benz and BMW.
It is also working with major automobile brands including Audi, Volkswagen, Jaguar, Lexus, Ford, and Chrysler.
“The Chinese Government is a great partner and investor for PersonalizedCarMatts,” said Li Yang, the company’s CEO.
“We are confident that we can grow rapidly in China and the world and help pave the way for other companies to start using our technology.”
The announcement comes a week after the Chinese central bank announced plans to create the world first cryptocurrency, dubbed “Liu Yuan” (Lian Yuan), which is intended to represent the currency in real-time transactions.
The move has been described as a response to the growing demand for cryptocurrencies and was aimed at boosting the legitimacy of the national currency, the Yuan.
Personalized car mats, however, are more like virtual currency.
They are not pegged to any national currency and are not backed by the national government.
It will not be possible for a vehicle owner to buy a car from a dealer.