Swedes are using a microchip in their hand to pay for train tickets

June 15, 2017

By Jacob Lewis, The Sun, New York Post; June 14, 2017

A Swedish train company is letting passengers use microchip implants in their hands to pay for train journeys instead of paper tickets.

Rail operator SJ claims that up to 100 customers are already the system to board trains, using a tiny flash memory drive surgically embedded under their skin.

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