Customers of Japan’s Ogaki Kyoritsu Bank will soon be able to access their accounts without a card on ATMs with palm scanners (Photo: Shutterstock)
Current ATMs with biometric scanners still require a card to authenticate a customer (Photo: Chris 73 / Wikimedia Commons)
Biometric technology has been boosting the security of a greater array of electronic devices in recent years, including homes, businesses, schools and even wallets. The technology has also made its way into ATMs as a way to beat card skimmers, but these machines still require customers to insert a card. Now a Japanese bank has announced that it will introduce ATMs that allow customers to carry out transactions with a scan of their palm.
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