Consumers have been used to tapping and paying with credit or debit cards for years, removing the need to enter their cards into a supplier’s card reader and type in their PIN.

Typically, such transactions are limited to low amounts of money to prevent serious issues – for the banks in particular – should cards be used for unauthorised transactions, either intentionally or accidentally.

As with any new banking technology, initial take-up was slow due to perceived risks on the part of customers, with some people buying metal wallets or cases to act as Faraday cages to prevent their cards being read by malicious entities.

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