At Ces 2021 Flywallet presents its new product, Keyble, the world’s first wearable with fingerprint authentication for contactless payments and digital services and vital signs monitoring.
Keyble incorporates multiple biometric authentication features to enable the user to demonstrate his/her identity to allow contactless payments and digital services. In addition, the wearable device incorporates a biosensing technology that allows the user to track their vital signs and even share these data securely with other services.
Keyble can be inserted into fashion accessories such as bracelets or watch straps to fit the lifestyle of users. Through fingerprint authentication, the user can use the device to enable, for example, payments in stores, passwordless access to online services, public transport ticket office, loyalty cards, access to gyms, offices and home
The Flywallet platform, through its proprietary wearable devices, can connect all ecosystems in one that allows a seamless physical experience. Fintech: Using the Mobile Wallet, users can token payment cards within their wearable devices and make contactless payments in store; Digital Health and Insurance: from monitoring vital signs and heart arrhythmias (with
Flywallet also focuses on sustainability: the wearable case presented at the Ces 2021 is made of aluminium and a recycled plastic composite material, while the straps are made in Italy using apple leather, recycled microfiber and fabric covered with recycled marble powder.