Mastercard Is Going To Bring a Credit Card Working With Fingerprint

In Africa, MasterCard is preparing to provide a built-in-fingerprint reader in credit card. Two different trials are also running for this. With one retailer and the other with the South African bank.

South Africa is the first market to test ‘developed technology’, credit and debit card providers provide information about the bio-metric cards of this next generation. This test was done with the Barclays Africa-owned ABSA Bank and supermarket unit Pick n Pay and after this year there is a whole roll out expected.

To use this card, customers must first go to the bank and register the fingerprint which the bank will encrypt in the card. After that the merchants will be able to use it. Customers will have to put a finger on the built-in sensor instead of just entering the PIN code when making a purchase. It will work on any terminal worldwide.

In the statement made to the company, he said that this technology will eliminate the need to enter the PIN code in the credit card. In today’s era, people have to remember a lot of pin codes, and this technology will prove to be effective in reducing them.

Nowadays people unlock the mobile from fingerprint, the door opens to the door. In this case, we are looking forward to launch it in credit and debit cards too. South Africa is a better option for this.

Subscribe To Our Newsletter

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

We respect your privacy and take protecting it seriously.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here