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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.

MasterCard and Nymi say they’ve completed the first heartbeat-authenticated mobile payment in the wild

December 16, 2015
The Canadian biometrics company Nymi, working with TD Bank Group and MasterCard, says it’s completed the first wearable credit card transaction authenticated by the user’s heartbeat.

Heartbeat payments come to Canada

December 16, 2015
Authentication company Nymi, in collaboration with TD Bank Group and MasterCard, today announced the completion of what it calls the world's first biometrically authenticated, wearable credit card payment using one's heartbeat.

Canada’s Nymi makes history with first biometric wearable mobile payment

December 16, 2015
With a little help from TD and MasterCard, the company has completed what it says is the world’s first biometrically authenticated, wearable credit card payment, using a Nymi Band and the user’s heartbeat.

Nymi testing biometrically-authenticated wearable payments with MasterCard, TD

December 16, 2015
Toronto’s Nymi is already working on the next generation of wearables technology with a pilot project to complete credit card payments using a wearable with the credentials biometrically authenticated by a heartbeat.

NYMI COMPLETES FIRST BIOMETRICALLY AUTHENTICATED WEARABLE PAYMENT IN NEW PILOT

December 16, 2015
Toronto-based wearable startup Nymi announced this morning that it has completed something that, just a few years ago, would have been considered science fiction.

Nymi Band Can Now Authenticate Payments With Your Heartbeat

December 16, 2015
Nymi announced that it has partnered with Toronto-Dominion (TD) Bank Group and Mastercard to make, for the first time ever, a wearable credit card payment authenticated by a person’s heartbeat.

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