According to new research commissioned by global payments provider TNS, more than a quarter (28%) of people aged 25 to 34 have already made a biometric payment, and are leading the way in the take up of this new technology.
TNS asked more than 3,000 people based in the US, UK and Australia to gauge attitudes among different age groups to biometric payments, which include fingerprint, iris recognition and vein scanning. It asked who’s using them, whether we’re optimistic about their potential to reduce fraud, and when biometric payments are likely to hit the mainstream.
It presents the most significant findings in this attractive infographic – to download your free copy, please fill in the form below.
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