Microchip implants in humans grow in popularity

Martijn Wismeijer, a Dutch citizen, uses one chip as a savings account for bitcoins – which he says is the safest way to keep them. The chip on his other hand stores the passwords for 900 websites. People who have been chipped can unlock or lock their phones or make payments simply by scanning their hand.

Worldwide some 2,000 people have been ‘chipped’ and their number is growing.

Martijn Wismeijer

Read more at DutchNews.nl: Microchip implants in humans grow in popularity, some 50 Dutch people are ‘chipped’ http://www.dutchnews.nl/news/archives/2014/12/microchip-implants-in-humans-grow-in-popularity-some-50-dutch-people-are-chipped.php/

Country: Netherlands

Domains: Privacy IG

Tags: security, microchip implants in humans, privacy

Posted on Saturday 13 December 2014

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