“The reactions I get from cashiers are priceless!” says Mr Paumen, a security guard from the Netherlands. He is able to pay using his hand because back in 2019 he had a contactless payment microchip injected under his skin. “The procedure hurts as much as when someone pinches your skin,” says Mr Paumen. Walletmor’s chip, which weighs less than a gram and is little bigger than a grain of rice, is comprised of a tiny microchip and an antenna encased in a biopolymer – a naturally sourced material, similar to plastic.
Patrick Paumen causes a stir whenever he pays for something in a shop or restaurant. This is because the 37-year-old doesn’t need to use a bank card or his mobile phone to pay. Instead, he simply places his hand near the contactless card reader, and the ‘mark of the beast’ payment goes through.
And they worshipped the dragon which gave power unto the beast: and they worshipped the beast, saying, Who is like unto the beast? who is able to make war with him? And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.”Revelation 13:4,16,17 (KJB)
The hottest and fast-growing industry in the world today is biotechnology, hardware and software designed to monitor and control functions of the human body, and it is a multi-billion dollar industry. Many of the events of the Plannedemic were geared around floating trials balloons about just how much people would or would not accept. Klaus Schwab and the Fourth Industrial Revolution call it the ‘internet of bodies’ which means exactly what it sounds like. Your body connected to the internet. What is the Mark of the Beast? Your body connected to the internet, allowing you to buy and sell if you have the Mark, and forbidding you if you do not. Now do you know what the Mark of the Beast is? You should, you’re looking right at it. The Mark of the Beast prototype is voluntary now, mandatory when Antichrist arrives. Book your passage on Flight #777 now to avoid the coming nightmare.
Mark of the Beast Microchip Implants That Let You Pay With Your Hand
FROM BBC NEWS: “The reactions I get from cashiers are priceless!” says Mr Paumen, a security guard from the Netherlands. He is able to pay using his hand because back in 2019 he had a contactless payment microchip injected under his skin. “The procedure hurts as much as when someone pinches your skin,” says Mr Paumen.
A microchip was first implanted into a human back in 1998, but it is only during the past decade that the technology has been available commercially. And when it comes to implantable payment chips, British-Polish firm, Walletmor, says that last year it became the first company to offer them for sale.
“The implant can be used to pay for a drink on the beach in Rio, a coffee in New York, a haircut in Paris – or at your local grocery store,” says founder and chief executive Wojtek Paprota. “It can be used wherever contactless payments are accepted.”
Walletmor’s chip, which weighs less than a gram and is little bigger than a grain of rice, is comprised of a tiny microchip and an antenna encased in a biopolymer – a naturally sourced material, similar to plastic. Mr Paprota adds that it is entirely safe, has regulatory approval, works immediately after being implanted, and will stay firmly in place. It also does not require a battery, or other power source. The firm says it has now sold more than 500 of the chips.
We are happy to announce that the first Walletmor Payment Implant will become available on the 1st of January 2021!— Walletmor (@walletmor) December 21, 2020
Stay tuned, future Walletmor Ambassadors!
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The technology Walletmor uses is near-field communication or NFC, the contactless payment system in smartphones. Other payment implants are based on radio-frequency identification (RFID), which is the similar technology typically found in physical contactless debit and credit cards.
For many of us, the idea of having such a chip implanted in our body is an appalling one, but a 2021 survey of more than 4,000 people across the UK and the European Union found that 51% would consider it. However, without giving a percentage figure, the report added that “invasiveness and security issues remained a major concern” for respondents.
Mr Paumen says he doesn’t have any of these worries.
“Chip implants contain the same kind of technology that people use on a daily basis,” he says, “From key fobs to unlock doors, public transit cards like the London Oyster card, or bank cards with contactless payment function.
He adds that he is not concerned that his whereabouts could be tracked. READ MORE
The Internet Of Bodies and the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Listen to Klaus Schwab telling you about the Fourth Industrial Revolution and something called the Internet of Bodies. What is that? You body as a battery connected to the Metaverse, and soon, to the Mark of the Beast.