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August 13, 2022
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Amazon expands pay-with-hand tech, pushes on with digital currency

Amazon’s palm scanning payment technology, Amazon One, is expanding to more stores, taking it to a total of 12 physical locations. Amazon hopes to contract out the pay-with-hand technology to third parties “Thousands of customers in our Seattle-area Amazon stores have signed up to use Amazon One” Dilip Kumar, Amazon’s physical retail and technology vice president, says in a statement. The e-commerce giant unveiled Amazon One last year. It scans a shopper’s hand, identifying unique characteristics such as the surface area and vein patterns. Earlier this month, Amazon picked London for its first international cashierless store.  Instead of being called…
Amazon expands pay-with-hand tech, pushes on with digital currency

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