Banking on biometrics: How you’ll soon be able to pay with your finger, access an ATM with your eyes

More Mark of The Beast Roll-Out coming up fast. It does look like 2015 is the radical transition period that the New World Order springs their trap on the civilized.

Financial Post

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In Jordan, you can walk up to a bank teller and get your eyes scanned in lieu of using a bankcard. In Japan, ATMs authenticate your identity using the vein patterns in your finger.

Digital evolution is upon us and financial companies are racing to become the first in the world to integrate biometrics — using human characteristics to verify the identities of customers — into our everyday transactions.

The Toronto-based Bionym, for example, recently announced that its heart-related technology will be the world’s first biometrically authenticated wearable payment solution; meanwhile, Tangerine recently bragged that it was the first bank in the country with a voice-controlled mobile app.

Maybe it’s our seemingly insatiable need for convenience and more time-saving measures, but consumers appear to be welcoming the technology. According to a report by the Deloitte Center for Financial Services, 72% of those surveyed would appreciate the use of…

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