Just Flash Your Phone with Digital Driver’s License
Two trend-setting states are hoping to bring app-based licenses to the masses
While various tech companies are struggling for dominance in the mobile payment and wallet industry, several governments are also hoping to cash in on the convenience of phones-as-documents. Recently announced, the state of Delaware is hoping to be the first in the nation to equip its citizens with digital drivers licenses, allowing them to leave their hard copies at home.
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