The Wocket Hopes To Replace Your Wallet


The Wocket Hopes To Replace Your Wallet

The age of electronic wallets is officially here. First there was the Coin, now the Wocket by NXT-ID wants to replace all your credit cards. Scheduled to launch early 2014, The Wocket works anywhere a credit card is taken and can be used with your biometric or touch screen authentication acne select which card you want to use, which will then substitute that card in your wallet.

Your security is never compromised since it uses no personal information on its magnetic strop so the risk of fraud is reduced. It can hold about 100 cards, coupons, gift cards, etc. It can even hold medical records, IDs, rewards/loyalty cards and many more. Card info is erased after every transaction, too. The card reader plugs in directly to the Wocket and it fathers replaceable CR batteries in the Wocket with unlimited battery life via the in-wallet charging of the dynamic card. More info on how to pre-order yours on their site!

For more information: gadgetreview.com/the-wocket-hopes-to-replace-your-wallet

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