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50 wearable tech gamechangers for 2016

January 19, 2016
Your essential guide to what's going to be making headlines in the year ahead

You can wear your heart on your sleeve and authenticate everything with Nymi

January 19, 2016
Nymi is a Toronto-based company seeking to use different technologies to provide solutions contributing to seamless processes.

How Your Small Business Can Play in the Big Leagues

January 19, 2016
Last year Nymi began working with MasterCard to develop a Canadian pilot program for secure mobile payments made by wristband, authenticated by the wearer’s heartbeat.

How Toronto can become a financial innovation leader

January 19, 2016
London is the fintech capital of Europe. Mayor Tory wanted to highlight Toronto as a leading fintech centre as well, so invited my company, Borrowell, to join leaders from Nymi, Kooltra, SecureKey and Incubes.

Nymi Puts Its Heart Into IoT Authentication

January 19, 2016
Using its proprietary heartbeat authentication system, Nymi is rolling out wristbands that serve as physical and logical access-control devices, and, in the future, may double as MasterCard payment cards.

MasterCard unveils secure-payment prototypes for 2016 delivery

January 19, 2016
MasterCard on Monday unveiled secure payment prototypes in the form of rings, wristbands and car key fobs after working with NXP and Qualcomm to develop the chip-level technology.

MasterCard wants to put a digital wallet into everything you own

January 19, 2016
In 2016, MasterCard will unleash a torrent of connected things that can all make secure mobile payments without the help of your phone or debit card.

MasterCard aims to bring mobile payments to every gadget

January 19, 2016
MasterCard is envisioning a future of ubiquitous payments, where practically every device has the ability to pay for things at contactless terminals.

MasterCard wants to turn every gadget into a credit card

January 19, 2016
MasterCard wants to let every new gadget turn into a credit card.


January 19, 2016
Fifty billion points of commerce – that’s the opportunity to expand commerce to places and devices that we can’t even as yet imagine.