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Old 25-02-2017, 11:20 AM   #1
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Default Paying with your FINGER

This is the latest frontier in biometric payments, the ongoing battle to rid us of cash, cards, cheque books and other such accoutrements.

Instead, runs the logic, we will use the humble finger to pay for things, quickly and securely.

And that's where the finger-scanner comes in.

The man behind trying to sell this technology to the world is Nicholas Dryden, the chief executive of the payments company Sthaler.

He told Sky News the technology would soon be rolled out for testing in supermarkets, cinemas and at music festivals.

"The supermarket trial is very important to us," he said.

"There are lots of applications, but what they want to know is whether you can replace a loyalty card with your finger. Lots of us forget our wallets when we go out. You probably won't forget your finger."

The concept of using your body to pay may seem a curious idea, but it is part of a trend.

Read more at http://www.heart.co.uk/news/uk-world...heROFDgYE3K.99

A precursor to the Mark of the Beast without which you cannot buy or sell.

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Old 25-02-2017, 08:27 PM   #2
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This is all part and parcel of what is called as a Tracheal Net.

If you take the Chaldean termination for Trachea you will find the number 6.

A tracheal net is found surrounding the small ball of semen around the male bee or drone to keep everything contained as he deposits his package into the queen.

The number of man 6 thrice depicts capture within the net of reality and control.

It's a see through reality with invisible bars.

Bars that will eventually become solid as we aquiess to it rythmn.
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Old 26-02-2017, 02:21 PM   #3
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I think in alot of these new paying systems where they try and persuade us to use it's a case of "some will and some won't" kind of situation. I think it will depend on the individual and whether or not he or she would rather believe it's a convenient system and really beneficial to them. I cannot imagine the majority going along with this, not because they are wise up to the intrusive nature of the scheme. Many people still use cash and many people still use card payment.
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Old 26-02-2017, 04:05 PM   #4
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Well that's a no and I've held out against smart meters and TVs so far!
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Old 26-02-2017, 04:12 PM   #5
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So we will probably have identity thefts by chopped off fingers
being used instead of your own...
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Old 26-02-2017, 07:41 PM   #6
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Re: smart TVs. What's the point in trying to avoid having a smart TV in your home when nearly every single TV sold these days are mostly smart TVs?. It won't be long until they phase out the regular TV and only smart TVs will be sold and made, and then we will be well and truly in the shits. I suppose you can say "well I won't have a TV", but that's easy said than done, you still have to pay for a TV license which means you may as well have a TV and get your money's worth. The control freaks always have their way. I kinda find it sad when certain people in the alternative movement say they stopped owning a mobile phone; you can't live like that just because you're "paranoid" for fear for your health and privacy. Off topic there.

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Old 26-02-2017, 09:31 PM   #7
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So we will probably have identity thefts by chopped off fingers
being used instead of your own...
This isn't fingerprint scanning but veins!

From the article:

The layout of veins in your fingers is all but unique - the chances of you sharing that layout with someone else is 3.4 billion to one - so by analysing those veins, the machine can be pretty sure that you are who you say you are.

By linking the details of that vein pattern to a bank card, you can then close the circle. Instead of using a contactless card to pay for a round of drinks, you instead use your finger.

It is an intriguing world, but there is one question that absolutely everyone wanted to know the answer to - so here it is. No, you can't just chop off someone else's finger and use that instead. It won't work in the scanner.
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Old 27-02-2017, 08:07 AM   #8
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Re: smart TVs. What's the point in trying to avoid having a smart TV in your home when nearly every single TV sold these days are mostly smart TVs?. It won't be long until they phase out the regular TV and only smart TVs will be sold and made, and then we will be well and truly in the shits. I suppose you can say "well I won't have a TV", but that's easy said than done, you still have to pay for a TV license which means you may as well have a TV and get your money's worth. The control freaks always have their way. I kinda find it sad when certain people in the alternative movement say they stopped owning a mobile phone; you can't live like that just because you're "paranoid" for fear for your health and privacy. Off topic there.
I'm quite sure that you only need to pay for a TV licence only if you watch or record live TV as it's being broadcast, or watch iPlayer. You can have a TV for watching DVDs on and be legally licence free.

Also, a smart TV needs an internet connection. No internet = dumb TV.
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Old 27-02-2017, 08:07 PM   #9
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Paying by finger making it even easier to spend money than by contactless.

It will save the banks money on cash cards and fraud.
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So we will probably have identity thefts by chopped off fingers
being used instead of your own...
LOL

I mentioned something like this many moons ago where the nutter could revmove the RFID after kidnapping someone and then going on a shopping spree.

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Paying by finger making it even easier to spend money than by contactless.

It will save the banks money on cash cards and fraud.
How about finger print grafts it could be done I would have thought.
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If you don't resist biometrics at this stage in the game, you will take the implantable chip and become a slave to the Satanic 'Beast System'

It will be promoted as beneficial for our safety and security.

The kids are being programmed to think this "futuristic" technology is cool and convenient.

Bear in mind that you won't be able to participate in this evil society without it.

No transport, banking, internet, schooling, healthcare, food, housing... nothing.

Without this chip you will become a renegade, an outsider, a target of the State.

Who has got the will or the guts to renounce it and live free, even if it means death?
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Problem is the finger payment thing IS a good idea and solves a lot of problems.
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Problem is the finger payment thing IS a good idea and solves a lot of problems.
Until your finger is declined.
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Until somebody learns how to copy your fingerprint and apply it to a fine film which can be put on a finger!
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Problem is the finger payment thing IS a good idea and solves a lot of problems.
Its just another technological gimmick as far as Im concered
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Paying by finger making it even easier to spend money than by contactless.

It will save the banks money on cash cards and fraud.
I saw a picture recently of a guy on a train with a contactless payment device hanging from his wrist. Apparently all he would have to do would be to enter a payment value then hold it near somebody with contactless devices. Possible? maybe.
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Only kidding but it makes one think.
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I saw a picture recently of a guy on a train with a contactless payment device hanging from his wrist. Apparently all he would have to do would be to enter a payment value then hold it near somebody with contactless devices. Possible? maybe.
Yep very easy to skim contactless cards as proven years ago when they first came out. Just look on youtube.

The banks are willing to refund any fraudulent contactless payments as they know they will make a killing if they suceed in killing off cash as the money is never out of thier collective grubby mitts.

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