Per reports in Nine News, a survey by the credit card company indicated that 25% of Australians surveyed were "slightly interested" in the idea of an implant that would allow them to wave their hands to make a purchase.
The technology has existed for more than a decade, and consists of "a tiny antenna and an identification number, designed to be implanted between the thumb and index finger and detected by a radio frequency identification scanner."
The kicker?
Unfortunately, some past research has linked the chips to cancers in laboratory animals.

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