Company from Wisconsin Three Square Market will be the first in the United States who implanted their employees microchips.
Three Square Market has offered its employees a free implantation of miniature RFID chips.
85 of its employees at the head office, 50 volunteered to conduct this operation. Tiny chips the size of a grain of rice, which cost $300, will allow them to open without a code the door to the office, access to computer equipment and even to buy products.
According to the Director of the company Patrick McMullan (Patrick McMullan), soon everyone will want to own microchip. This idea was inspired by “chipping” of people in Sweden, where the so-called biohacker implanted tiny chips everyone has at least three years. According to the Vice-President of Three Square Market Tony Dunn (Tony Danna), implantation of the chip takes a couple of seconds. If necessary, it will be easy to remove — like a splinter.
Three Square Market agreed to cooperate with the Swedish company BioHax to offer to the market a new technology, which, they believe, will be ever one of the payment methods and identification, instead of a credit card or phone.
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