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It is amazing that we can ID cars at 50

2017-02-14 20:25:24.856403+00 by Dan Lyke 1 comments

It is amazing that we can ID cars at 50 MPH going through toll booths, but a credit card in physical contact with a chip reader is flakey

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#Comment Re: It is amazing that we can ID cars at 50 made: 2017-02-15 16:21:04.927343+00 by: meuon

Only because it makes physical contact, and the contacts and such are wear sensitive. I have one "metal" credit card, so far it's far better than any plastic card I've ever had, swiping and inserting into chip readers both. Probably invested more $$ into better quality materias on the card. I still don't want to do "commerce" via RF/NFC/etc..

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