First ‘bio-pay’ shop opens in South Korea

A company in South Korea has opened its first “bio-pay” shop where customers can pay for things with a scan of their hand. The technology is just one of many that the country is testing before rolling it out to the world.

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    A company in South Korea has opened its first “bio-pay” shop where customers can pay for things with a scan of their hand.

    The technology is just one of many that the country is testing before rolling it out to the world.

    Al Jazeera’s Andrew Thomas reports from the capital, Seoul.


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