The Cashless Society Almost Here And With Some Very Sinister Implications

Prophecy Sign:  The coming cashless society


Replace cash with digital currency and implement a biometric electronic identification system and suddenly you have the ability to control who buys and who sells.
At no other point in history has this ability ever been possible.....until now!

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

The Cashless Society Almost Here And With Some Very Sinister Implications
Among the long list of items bundled by consensus reality merchants under the banner of ‘conspiracy theory’, is a world without cash – where technocrats rule over the populace, and everything and anything is exchanged via plastic and RFID chips. In this sterile and controlled Orwellian hi-tech society, the idea of cash being passed from hand to hand would be as archaic as the thought of carrying around a rucksack of tally sticks today.
Still, despite the incredible penetration of credit and debit card transactions into economic aggregate, and the boom in internet shopping, few will comfortably admit that a cashless society is nearly upon us. In part, it’s a natural denial by many fuelled by the idea our society is indeed on a collision course with the sort of dystopic impersonal future like that depicted in the 1970s sci-fi film classic, Logan’s Run. Cashless money is here, and growing rapidly.
http://www.newdawnmagazine.com/articles/the-cashless-society-almost-here-and-with-some-very-sinister-implications

Fujitsu Announces New “Spoof-Proof” Palm Vein Biometric Access Control Solution
Fujitsu Frontech North America has announced its newest entry in biometric access control technology: the PalmEntryXS solution. As its name implies, the new physical access control solution leverages Fujitsu’s PalmSecure biometric technology, which uses near-infrared light to capture a user’s palm vein pattern in order to authenticate against the templates of already registered personnel. Because the biometric is vascular and requires blood to be flowing through the submitted hand, liveness detection is simply par for the course.
Additionally, a user’s vein patterns are not a matter of public record (you can’t post them on Facebook) and they aren’t left behind on things that said user might come in contact with. It is this feature that Fujitsu touts the most, as liveness detection and spoof-proofing in biometrics has become a significant topic of discussion over the past year as strong authentication has entered mainstream discourse and been placed under the microscope of speculation.

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