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Da Vinci Choice is the start of the next big thing in finance. I love futuristic bank cards. In a world of hackers, poor cyber security and weak passwords, we need our bank cards (and banks) to do more to keep our money safe. Last year we revealed [...]
The new sci-fi bank card that’s impossible to clone – but how well does the Da Vinci Choice actually work?
Meet the Da Vinci Choice card – letting you shop online or in store with total confidence that no one will be able to access your bank account.It's the size and shape of a normal credit card, and can be used in exactly the same way anywhere that accepts [...]
ScramCard has been in the offing for some time. Now it is attracting consumer press attention with the impending launch of its anti-fraud payment card, dubbed DaVinci. The electronic card generates a one-time PIN for use when paying in-store, online or at ATMs for cash withdrawal. And comes [...]
The Da Vinci Choice Mastercard card is a unique electronic payment card that generates one-time PIN/security codes for use when purchasing in store, online and over the telephone or when withdrawing cash at an ATMSame size and form as a standard plastic card, despite adding eInk display, battery and [...]
ScramCard has unveiled its Da Vinci Choice Mastercard payment card – an electronic card that generates a one-time PIN/security codes for use when purchasing in store, online, over the phone or when withdrawing cash from an ATM. Consumers are able to link eight payment cards into one, with [...]
A former senior security executive at Westpac has founded a firm that lets people put all of their cards on a single piece of plastic that generates one-time PINs for transactions. Called ScramCard, the UK startup lets users link up to eight cards, online or via an app, [...]