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The Role of Canadian Financial Technology Startups in the Future of Commerce

January 19, 2016
The first Canadian startup that was brought on board was Nymi, developer of biometric identification authentication for any application, device, or service.

PUTTING NYMI’S BIOMETRIC WEARABLE PAYMENTS THROUGH ITS PACES

January 19, 2016
Nymi’s payment pilot started on the fifteenth of July and runs until the end of the summer, and so far the response has been positive.

Video: New wristband for variety of everyday tasks

January 19, 2016
Nymi founder & CEO Karl Martin discusses his company’s new invention that could make people’s lives a whole lot easier.

Up close with the world’s first heart-authorized Mastercard payment

December 14, 2015
We caught up with Nymi on King Street in Toronto in the Mastercard Innovation Truck to get a live demo of the Nymi in action.

Next-Gen Cybersecurity Is All About Behavior Recognition

December 14, 2015
The technology detects ECG activity to positively identify a user, then wirelessly confirms that identity to apps and online platforms.

VIDEO: Nymi focuses on biometrics

December 14, 2015
New technology uses heartbeat to identify users

Nymi Band to bring biometric payment platform to US and Europe

December 14, 2015
Your heartbeat will prove your identity at tap and go terminals

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.

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