Company Replaces Wallets With Implantable Microchips

If you have a hard time keeping track of your wallet, a European company might have the answer for you.

Walletmor is selling an implantable microchip that keeps track of its user's financial information. The chip, which is about the size of a grain of rice, can be implanted in the user's hand, which can then be swiped over a card reader to make a payment, according to the company.

The good news is the tiny implant is selling for just $300. The bad news is it's only available for residents of the U.K., Switzerland and other European countries, Walletmor officials say.

What are some potential downsides to having your financial records implanted in your hand?

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