BBC Begins Normalising Microchips In Hands



The microchip implants that let you pay with your hand


Patrick Paumen causes a stir whenever he pays for something in a shop or restaurant.

This is because the 37-year-old doesn't need to use a bank card or his mobile phone to pay. Instead, he simply places his left hand near the contactless card reader, and the payment goes through.

"The reactions I get from cashiers are priceless!" says Mr Paumen, a security guard from the Netherlands.

He is able to pay using his hand because back in 2019 he had a contactless payment microchip injected under his skin.

"The procedure hurts as much as when someone pinches your skin," says Mr Paumen.




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Source: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-61008730