Microchip implants that allow you to push with your hand

Microchip implants that allow you to push with your hand
  • Kathryn Latham
  • business reporter

A woman paying with an implanted chip

image source, Peter Djenko

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The first time a microchip was implanted in a human was in 1998 and it has been in commercial use for a decade.

Every time Patrick Bowman pays for something in a store or restaurant, it causes an uproar.

This 37-year-old doesn’t need a bank card or cell phone to pay. Rather, simply He puts his left hand close contactless card reader And the payment is done.

“The feedback I get from the cashiers is priceless!” says Baumen, a Dutch security guard.

You can pay by hand because In 2019 Iplanted An electronic chip for contactless payment under the skin.

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