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Blood money: PulseWallet lets you pay with your veins

07
Jan
2014

Just like that, a machine called PulseWallet scanned the veins in my right hand and charged my credit card. PulseWallet is a credit card terminal and register with a built-in biometric palm reader. Inside the reader is an infrared Fujitsu camera that photographs your vein pattern, and then pairs it with the credit card you’ve swiped. Once you’ve paired, you can hold your hand over any PulseWallet terminal to pay with your credit card.

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