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Video: Hands-on look at the Nymi Band

December 14, 2015
The Nymi Band unlocks devices and allows you to make purchases by identifying your heart’s unique signature. Shawn Chance, VP of Marketing at Nymi, shows Francis D’Souza how it works.

Video: Paying With A Heartbeat

December 14, 2015
New technology will allow customers to use pulse to pay for goods

Nymi wristband tackles growing wearables market with security bracelet

December 16, 2015
Sensing the electrical activity of its user’s heart, the device can be used for a variety of functions, like logging onto your computer using a password, paying with your credit card at the checkout or opening your car door.

Nymi wristband tackles growing wearables market with security bracelet

December 16, 2015
Nymi is one of the latest entrants to the crowded wearable gadgets market.

TORONTO TECH COMPANY ON THE PULSE OF SECURITY BRACELETS

December 16, 2015
Strapping your wallet, house keys and a database of passwords onto your wrist would make life a lot easier, and one Canadian company has created a way to link all of that information with an extra level of security tied to your heartbeat.

Nymi wristband tackles growing wearables market with security bracelet

December 14, 2015
The Toronto-based company has created a wristband that operates like a virtual key that you wear on your wrist.

Video: Canadian company's Nymi Band unlocks devices using your heartbeat

December 14, 2015
Each person’s electrocardiogram (or ECG) is unique, like a fingerprint. The band, which is worn on the wrist, uses technology called HeartID to authenticate users.

Nymi And MasterCard Are Testing Wristband-Based Payments Authenticated By Your Heartbeat

December 16, 2015
Nymi And MasterCard Are Testing Wristband-Based Payments Authenticated By Your Heartbeat

Paying For Stuff With Your Heartbeat Is Now A Thing

December 16, 2015
The Nymi Band is like a contactless credit card, which only works when you (and only you) are wearing it. It uses a sensor to record the electrical activity of the wearer’s heart, the same kind of thing a hospital uses during an ECG.

Payments protected by your heart?

December 16, 2015
Canadian-based startup Nymi has partnered with financial institutions to develop wearable credit cards safeguarded by your heartbeat.

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