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  • Zwipe is a biometric credit card
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Zwipe is a biometric credit card

With Apple Pay launching officially in October 2014, the world of mobile and contactless payments may have changed forever. But will we all prefer to pay with our mobiles over contactless cards? Zwipe wants to add security with a fingerprint sensor.

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