Implanted Microchip to replace credit cards

Microchipping yourself is BIG in Sweden!

Over 4,000 Swedish people have now replaced one or more of their keys, credit cards and train tickets for a microchip implant.

(Photo: Three Square Market via WFRV)

The small implants were first used in 2015 in Sweden to consenting employees at the Epicenter Complex located in Stockholm.   The chip opened the locks on doors and allowed access to office copier and printing machines.

The chip is about the same size as a grain of rice and one may choose where they want the chip implanted.

The chips, which use near-field communication technology, take the place of key cards, railcards, and credit cards.

Would you get a microchip implanted under your skin to open doors and replace credit cards?

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