People insert ‘Microchips’ under their skin in order to replace ‘ID Cards’

People in Sweden are now gradually being implanted with a microchip that comprises complete details about their identity and as a result, it replaced Identity cards. Around 4,000 people are being embedded microchips under their skin. Some say this is the next big step towards technological advancement while others have their opinions saying that this is not good for health.

It has been learnt that the miniature technology will play a significant role in the future. You don’t have to carry cash, tickets, key cards, ID cards as the microchip, which is as tiny as a grain of rice bypasses every single thing.

BioHax International is now the top market leader in the innovate industry. It hogged the limelight since it was started five years ago by Jowan Osterlund, a former professional body piercer. In June 2017, SJ Rail who is the Swedish train operator announced that as many as 100 people were using microchips to pay for their travel.

The passengers with microchips in their hand can have their ticket loaded directly onto the device itself. So how the checking goes? The train conductor can read the chip with a smartphone to make sure that the passenger has paid for their journey.

This was one of the most popular and mainstream uses of the technology. It has been adopted by several smart companies. ‘Microchipping’ has even been adopted by the professional social media platform called LinkedIn.

The 28-year-old Szilvia Varszegi said the chip ‘basically solves my problems’. People with the chip implants have to wave their hand near a machine so that they can enter their office or gym. This indeed saves the time of taking the ID card and swapping it through a machine.

Hailing from Chennai, Chaithanya G is the Managing Director of TheYouth. He has dedicated his whole life to reading and writing.