Another Point for Fingerless Gloves

Another Point for Fingerless Gloves
Christine Huang
  • 26 july 2007

On July 24, Hitachi announced the development of its “finger vein money” system, a cardless payment method that relies on the identification of the veins of the user’s fingers for authentication. Hitachi will begin a three-month field test this September, using 200 of its employees, in its cafeteria and shops in the Hitachi System Plaza Building in Shin-Kawasaki, Japan.

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