PayPal is concerned about customers having trouble remembering passwords to access the website.
And so they have formulated a remedy – they are planning to put a small microchip into a pill, which individuals can swallow every now and again to give automatic access to the website without having to type in a password, Daily Beast reports.
The microchip is like an electronic key that you swipe. Rather than swiping, here is how it works: Every time you are near a computer and intend to buy something, PayPal won’t ask you to remember your password. PayPal will get the signal from the microchip in the pill you swallowed and log you in automatically.
Will you be swallowing the PayPal pill when it hits the market?
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