Some people in Sweden do not need to show their phone to present a vaccine passport. Extending the dystopian fashion, they can have their vaccine information on a microchip implanted under the skin.
Epicenter, a company specializing in rice grain-sized subdermal microchips, showcased an implant that can store Covid vaccine passports that can be read using the near-field communication (NFC) protocol.
The microchip can store other things like bus passes, office IDs, and gym membership.
“Implants are very versatile technology that can be used for many different things, and right now it is very convenient to have Covid passport always accessible on your implant,”Epicenter’s “chief disruption officer” Hannes Sjoblad told Ruptly.
“In case your phone runs out of battery, it’s always accessible to you. So of course…
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