Tourists In Japan Will Soon Only Need Their Fingers To Shop Around

Tourists In Japan Will Soon Only Need Their Fingers To Shop Around
Technology

Didn't bring your cash? No problem. All you need is your fingerprint when you shop in Japan

Azalea Pena
  • 18 april 2016

The Japanese government will test a system that will allow foreign tourists to simply use their fingerprints to make purchases and for identity identification.

Japan is making sure that their tech edge is put to good use. In this case, it’s offering convenience and safety to all foreign tourists.

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