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Thursday, December 10, 2015

Tech Tatts: Biometric tattoos raise the bar in wearable technology

Prophecy Sign:  "Mark of the Beast" technology

Technology for the future 'mark of the Beast' buy and sell feature is no longer a futuristic idea, but is now a solution to be implemented the world over......starting in India.  Can the rest of the world be far behind?

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

Tech Tatts: Biometric tattoos raise the bar in wearable technology
Inking data collectors on your skin could become the next step in wearable technology, allowing them to obtain health and other biometric data from the body without a pause. Researchers from Chaotic Moon Studios have devised a cutting-edge tattoo kit, which allows for the monitoring of one’s own body activity without being intrusive. Chaotic Moon’s CEO, Ben Lamm, told Tech Crunch that he sees big potential for Tech Tatts, which is what they call their prototype. They envisage potential for its application in the military. 

India firm planning to introduce iris authentication payment solution
National Payments Corporation of India is planning to roll out an iris-based authentication system that will enable customers to authenticate purchases without a pin or password, according to a report by The Economic Times. The biometric authentication technology, which would be the first application of its kind in the country, will also lower the chances of password-related frauds. NCPI is expected to launch the pilot project between March and May 2016, according to individuals familiar with the matter. The national payments agency is also in partnership discussions with both large public and private banks. “It is the next-generation authentication technology which can make the transaction processes simpler and faster without compromising on security,” AP Hota, managing director and CEO at National Payments Corporation of India. “NPCI is fully committed to participate in the innovation.”

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