Fingerprints have value, certainly the amount of money people have in their bank. The Spanish startup Paytouch has developed a biometric system of identification and fingerprinting, which allows users to pay with their fingerprints.

These kind of biometric systems were developed before, but Paytouch has improved it, becoming the first one to use fingerprints with purchasing purposes, CEO Javier Peso told New Europe at The Next Web conference.

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