Pay With Your Heartbeat

Pay With Your Heartbeat

The Nymi Band is world's first biometrically authenticated wearable, ensuring payment by identifying the unique rhythm of the wearer's heart

Emma Hutchings
  • 19 august 2015

Nymi, MasterCard and TD Bank Group have kicked off a pilot program for a wearable device that is able to authenticate payments using the wearer’s heartbeat. The Nymi Band utilizes HeartID, which leverages a person’s unique cardiac signature (or ECG) as a biometric identifier. It is the world’s first biometrically authenticated wearable, in the form of a stylish wristband that lets you pay for items and prove your identity using your heartbeat.

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