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MasterCard is good option, iam using it for long time. Nice info
I have read an article that the fingerprint can be hacked, although the truth is better than the simple password that is sure !!!
Yes, that’s true. See here:
reuters.com wired.co.uk) and regarding replication: YouTube video
Yes nowadays this technology is progressed a lot. In last 2 Years 65-70% of Mobile phones are launched with Finger Print sensor. It has a good success rate so, it can be used in our Mastercard.
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