Chinese banks start adopting finger vein recognition technology

Lanzhou Bank, a local bank in Gansu province's capital city, recently announced the adoption of finger vein recognition technology for user transactions. Specifically, users can deposit and withdraw money according to pre-registered finger vein information with no need to present their bank cards...

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