Bar plans to be first to use "under-skin" tag payment
A trendy Glasgow bar may be the first UK business to introduce "sub-derma" microchip technology to its payment system. Willing customers would agree to a rice grain-sized chip being inserted under their skin. A wave of a hand would execute and record a payment transaction, and the need for cash or credit cards would be obviated.
A spokesman for Bar Soba told AccountingWEB press reports that the system was already in operation were "very premature," but that it was being seriously considered by the bar's owner, Brad Stevens.