Japanese biometric ATM reads your palm, tells fortune

Palm reading cash machines can not tell your fate, but, at least, remove some of them. Ogaki Kyoritsu Bank in Japan has announced that it will introduce its first ATM in the country that allow the withdrawal of money just by scanning the palm of the hand. ATM is not the first to use the additional testimony, but said it was the first to function without the need for your cash card. Customers need to stop by the branch to provide some validation of the manual – and of course palm scan – then you go. The bank is hoping it will help people to access their money in case your card is lost, or natural disasters. Great until you upgrade to one of them.

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