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New Plastc Card Might Increase Your Security

Jackie here. How many credit cards are in your wallet? A new service called Plastc hopes to replace your many cards with just one. They offer a high tech credit card alternative that stores all of your card information in one place. Let’s take a look at some of the features.

What is Plastc?

Plastc is a one card solution to all of your cards. It can be programed to act as a credit card, debit card, security access card, gift card, and loyalty card. Once your cards are entered into the device (it can currently hold 20 cards), you can access them using the touchscreen display. The card has a magnetic stripe (like your credit card) and a barcode display. It also has NFC and Chip and PIN capabilities. It can be used with all credit cards including Visa, Mastercard, and American Express. Plastc also tracks account balances and spending.

Plastc isn’t just convenient. The creators hope to increase the security of your cards as well. The card uses a secure PIN entry to unlock the card before purchasing. Proximity alerts let you know if you ever leave your card behind. If the card is lost, it can be remotely wiped to protect all of your information.
Cards are available on pre-order right now and cost about $150 each.

Plastc is a neat idea and we’re excited to see how it works out. There is no guarantee it will boost your credit card security but the possibilities are promising. Would you be open to using such a card if it meant enhanced security?

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