SOURCE: SmartMetric, Inc.

SmartMetric, Inc.

November 10, 2014 10:02 ET

Biometric Activated Credit Card by SmartMetric Has the Computer Power of a Smartphone Inside a Credit Card

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Nov 10, 2014) - SmartMetric, Inc. (OTCQB: SMME) -- The biometric fingerprint activated credit, debit and identity card developed by SmartMetric has the computing power of today's smartphones, according to SmartMetric's President & CEO, Chaya Hendrick. Using a Cortex based microprocessor embedded inside the card on a complex circuit board, all less than 1/3 the thickness of a credit card, has enabled SmartMetric to create an advanced new miniature mobile computing device inside a credit or identity card, she said.

SmartMetric uses its in card computing power to provide a sub one second fingerprint scan of a person's fingerprint in order to activate the credit card. On the surface of the card is a miniature fingerprint sensor that in turn is connected to the cards internal circuit board and Cortex processor. The card has its own memory that can go as high as 128 Gigabytes allowing for a variety of other functions beyond just a credit card transaction. This card brings state of the art electronic miniaturization to the payments industry as a defense against card fraud and identity theft.

To find out more about the SmartMetric fingerprint activated cards please go to the company website www.smartmetric.com

About SmartMetric, Inc. SmartMetric is a publicly traded technology company that has added a fingerprint scanner built inside EMV payment credit and debit chip cards thereby creating a second layer biometric authentication protection in defending against card fraud. The company is now actively marketing its technology to card issuing financial institutions around the World. To find out more please go to www.smartmetric.com

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    Chaya Hendrick
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    Email: ceo@smartmetric.com