CarBlock, a company that intends to use blockchain for auto-related data, has made its debut. “As veterans of the car industry, we have seen the need for a transparent ecosystem for all vehicle data to be collected and shared in safe, secure, and mutually beneficial way,” says Alex Lee, CarBlock’s founder, in a news release. CarBlock is striking its first partnering with nonda, a connected device company. Under the partnership, nonda will use CarBlock’s CAR tokens (which the company plans to release) to reward its users for collecting daily data on its ZUS Connected Car System aftermarket products, such as its vehicle health monitors and backup cameras. Eventually, nonda users will also be rewarded with CAR tokens for turning their vehicles into token mining machines. Read more here.