UK GROCERY STORE BECOMES WORLD’S FIRST TO ALLOW CUSTOMERS TO PAY WITH SCAN OF VEINS IN FINGER USING FINGOPAY

Thursday, September 21, 2017
By Paul Martin

Customers at the Costcutter store, at Brunel University in London, can now pay using their unique vein pattern to identify themselves. The firm behind the technology, Sthaler, has said it is in “serious talks” with other major UK supermarkets to adopt hi-tech finger vein scanners at pay points across thousands of stores. It works by using infrared to scan people’s finger veins and then links this unique biometric map to their bank cards. Customers’ bank details are then stored with payment provider Worldpay, in the same way you can store your card details when shopping online. Shoppers can then turn up to the supermarket with nothing on them but their own hands and use it to make payments in just three seconds.

by Geoffrey Grider
NowTheEndBegins.com
September 20, 2017

UK SUPERMARKET HAS BECOME THE FIRST IN THE WORLD TO LET SHOPPERS PAY FOR GROCERIES USING JUST THE VEINS IN THEIR FINGERTIPS WITH FINGOPAY.

“And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name. Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.” Revelation 13:16-18 (KJV)

>EDITOR’S NOTE: Advances in computer technology are coming so fast and close together that even people who pay attention to this sort of thing are hard-pressed to keep up with all of it. The human body is rapidly become the main point of contact for controlling buying and selling. First step was getting you in front of a computer (1994-2004), the second step was making your computer mobile and travel in your pocket (2004-2014), the third and current step is adding biometrics to your device (2014-2017), and the next step will be implanting your device inside your body. We are 75% of the way to the Mark of the Beast, so that means the Beast must be getting ready to make an appearance.

Customers at the Costcutter store, at Brunel University in London, can now pay using their unique vein pattern to identify themselves. The firm behind the technology, Sthaler, has said it is in “serious talks” with other major UK supermarkets to adopt hi-tech finger vein scanners at pay points across thousands of stores.

It works by using infrared to scan people’s finger veins and then links this unique biometric map to their bank cards. Customers’ bank details are then stored with payment provider Worldpay, in the same way you can store your card details when shopping online. Shoppers can then turn up to the supermarket with nothing on them but their own hands and use it to make payments in just three seconds.

It comes as previous studies have found fingerprint recognition, used widely on mobile phones, is vulnerable to being hacked and can be copied even from finger smears left on phone screens. But Sthaler, the firm behind the technology, claims vein technology is the most secure biometric identification method as it cannot be copied or stolen.

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