Making a bitcoin payment with a body part may not be too unusual in the future.
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At this year’s Black Sea Summit in Kiev, an NFC, bio-implantable chip was demonstrated to attendees. The presentation of the Dangerous things xNT Implant showed how the product can store bitcoin keys and credit card data.
Dangerous Things xNT Implant
When implanted under a person’s skin, the chip can facilitate a number of NFC financial transactions, including bitcoin payments.
The company has started an Indiegogo campaign to fund their project. So far, the team has raised over $30,000 USD, breaking their targeted goal of $8,000.
At a price of $99, the bio-chip comes contained in a cylindrical biocompatible glass — stored in a syringe