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  • A microchip season ticket for football fanatics
  • A microchip season ticket for football fanatics
    Atletico Tigre (2016) ©
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A microchip season ticket for football fanatics

Argentinian football club Atletico Tigre is planning on launching a microchip season ticket. Paperless tickets are already the norm in transport, leisure and at many cultural events, but would people be willing to swap tickets on their phones for chips under their skin?

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