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Sunday, November 3, 2013

Cheap and ubiquitous biometrics coming, says panel

Prophecy Sign:  The coming "Mark of the Beast"

Biometrics and the RFID chip are technologies that are making the fulfillment of the coming 'mark of the Beast' identification system that much closer to fruition.  Who could have foreseen even 20 years ago such technologies that would have the ability to track and control every person on the planet?

It also forced all people, great and small, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hands or on their foreheads,  so that they could not buy or sell unless they had the mark, which is the name of the beast or the number of its name. Revelation 13:16-17 NIV

Cheap and ubiquitous biometrics coming, says panel
Biometric identifiers will become more ubiquitous for commercial and government purposes in the coming years, federal officials told a government technology conference Oct. 28. "We can now essentially capture our fingerprint with a standard commercial device, there's nothing special about that endpoint. It really drives that price point down," said Jeff Johnson, chief technology officer of the FBI. He spoke on a panel at the annual ACT-IAC Executive Leadership Conference. The State Department has experimented with collecting iris scans for passport purposes in the American embassies in Iraq and Afghanistan for the last two years, said Angela Miller, branch chief of emerging technologies. "Our future will be iris. I'm confident that will happen in the next several years," she said. 

The xNT implantable NFC chip
Near Field Communication or NFC specifications contain a set of standards which are applied to a specific set of RFID technologies, and it's taking the world by storm in the form of devices like mobile phones and tablets. We've successfully prototyped and tested the world's first implantable NFC technology - we call it the xNT.
Part of the fun of having an implant like this is being able to use it in your daily life. We will continuously find and develop new devices, software, and services you can use your xNT implant with.

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