Tuesday, December 1

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Purewrist Go seeks to make contactless payments possible for children

Today a new bracelet called Purewrist Go was launched, which allows people to reload a digital payment card on their wrist and then touch their bracelet to pay for items in stores. This is definitely a slightly more far-fetched idea, but it seems to be a cheap option for parents to provide their children with some non-cash money. There are no batteries included in the device, so you can think of it more like your debit card. It only has a simple NFC chip that can make payments. In terms of security, the company says it uses the same EMVCO standard that is used on regular bank cards. To manage the funds on the bracelet, users will need to use the company's app on iOS or Android. We can't talk about how well the bracelet works, but the company is sending us...