Japanese biometric ATM reads your palm, tells fortune
A palm reading cash machine might not tell you your fortune, but it will, at least, dispense some of it. Ogaki Kyoritsu Bank in Japan has revealed that it will introduce the nation’s first ATM that lets you withdraw money just by scanning your palm. This isn’t the first ATM to use extra human verification, but it claims it’s the first that functions without the need for your cash card. Customers will need to pop in to a branch to provide some manual verification — and of course a palm scan — then you’re away. The bank hopes this will help people access their cash in the event of losing your card, or a natural disaster. Great until you upgrade to one of these.
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