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Contactless Security Chip Powers First NFC Payment Ring

NFCRing’s new EMVCo-compliant, wearable payment ring features a Infineon Technologies contactless security chip. Operating like a contactless payment card, the ring enables users to pay for products via an EMVCo contactless-enabled payment terminal. The EMVCo’s member organizations include American Express, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, UnionPay, and Visa.NFC Payment Ring

The Infineon SLE 77CLFX2407P contactless security cryptocontroller chip enabled the ring’s designers to develop a  wearable that doesn’t have a battery. The chip acquires the energy it needs from the electromagnetic field.

The chip’s features and specs:

  • Powerful 16-bit core
  • 90-nm Technology
  • SOLID FLASH
  • Common criteria EAL 5+(high)
  • EMVCo certified

 

 

The ring is available for $52.

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Sourece: NFCRing, Inc.

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Contactless Security Chip Powers First NFC Payment Ring

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