hypnosec writes: MasterCard has rolled out its new ‘Display Card’ equipped with a display and keypad which combines a regular debit/credit card with an authentication token. Implemented first in Singapore by Standard Chartered bank for few of its customers, the Display Card will be like a regular debit / credit card in every aspect except that it will also incorporate an embedded LCD display and a touch sensitive keypad. With the inclusion of such features, MasterCard aims to eliminate the hassles of carrying a separate authentication device or a token.
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