With TouchID and tokenization, buying stuff has never been more secure in the United States. Continue reading →
About $30 billion of U.S. currency is smuggled into Mexico each year from the United States without a trace. Continue reading →
Credit card security breaches are becoming more and more common, and customers' personal information is being exposed. Could biometric payment methods replace credit cards altogether?
This week the Bitcoin-trading site Mt. Gox went dark. There have been reports of a security breach, compromising over $300 million dollars from investors. Annie reports on this news, and what it means for the future of Bitcoin.
Like gold, the value of an individual bitcoin on any given day varies, so buyers should beware the hype.
The PulseWallet knows you by the unique pattern of your veins. Continue reading →
With the U.S Senate hearing on virtual currencies, it looks like Bitcoin could become a legit form of money. Guest host Annie Gaus takes a look at how this anonymous, peer-to-peer transaction has risen in the virtual world to become a currency.
Coin will take on the identity of all your swipe-able cards.
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