Bank BPH plans to install biometric readers to identify patterns made by blood vessels in its clients' fingers, replacing the need for cards and PIN codes, reports Puls Biznesu.
This technology efficiently minimizes the possibility of theft using stolen cards, as each individual client is identified by the unique biological makeup of their body.
BPH will launch biometric readers in 22 of its locations by the end of September, and hopes to have all of its 284 banks equipped within the next few months.
The lender expects that within two years some 70 percent of its clients will be making use of the technology.
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