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Fingopay Vein ID Biometric Authentication

When illuminated by near-infrared light, the patterns found inside any human’s veins are more unique than their fingerprints. In addition, they are never impacted by degradation over time from working or an accident. It is also true that while fingerprints are very useful for identification, they are not a foolproof biometric for maximum security because they are external and can be replicated and because systems can be spoofed. Vein ID technology can’t be spoofed by a bot because a living human being’s hemoglobin is required to absorb the infrared light to capture a vein pattern. Hit...

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