SmartMetric Welcomes Research Report Forecasting 579 Million Credit/Debit Cards Will Be Using Biometrics over the Next Four Years

12 Apr by Vitaliy Dadalyan

SmartMetric Welcomes Research Report Forecasting 579 Million Credit/Debit Cards Will Be Using Biometrics over the Next Four Years

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–lt;a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/ameritrade?src=hash" target="_blank"gt;#ameritradelt;/agt;–SmartMetric, Inc. (OTCQB: SMME), the developer and manufacturer of biometric credit cards, welcomes the statement by Goode Intelligence in a recent release that it identifies that across all payments channels, old or new, from ATMs, smartphones, biometric payment cards, connected cars, smart home devices and the latest wearable devices, biometrics is becoming the only solution to improve customer experience and to reduce payment fraud.

“The rise of biometrics in the credit and debit card industry is happening at the same time that we have advanced the in-the-card biometric technology to the point that our self-powered fingerprint scanner technology fits into a standard credit card industry conforming size allowing us to be able to provide card issuing banks around the world with our state of the art advanced biometric credit and debit card solution,” said today SmartMetric’s President and CEO, Chaya Hendrick.”

Goode Intelligence, in a research report on Biometrics said: “Biometrics payment cards not only offer improved security by removing the PIN but also allow frictionless payments for higher value transactions (for debit cards). Goode Intelligence believes that there is a significant market opportunity for biometric payment cards and forecasts that by 2023 there will be almost 579 million biometric payment cards in use around the world.

SmartMetric is moving forward with the offering of its biometric credit card solution to card issuing banks globally.

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Contacts

SmartMetric, Inc.
Chaya Hendrick
President & CEO
Tel: +1.702.990.3687
ceo@smartmetric.com
www.smartmetric.com

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