Will your heartbeat be your only password?

It turns out we have quite a few unique elements besides our fingerprints to identify us. Bionym is banking on your heartbeat becoming the most used one and to have it become the one password to rule them all.

The wristband monitors your heartbeat and connects to devices around it, your phone, car, point of sale and many other options should the device take off. No more need for keys, tickets or a wallet as long as your heart is beating and you have one of these R800 gadgets.


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