Paying With the Walletmor Implant…

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Mark Skidmore is Professor of Economics at Michigan State University where he holds the Morris Chair in State and Local Government Finance and Policy. His research focuses on topics in public finance, regional economics, and the economics of natural disasters. Mark created the Lighthouse Economics website and blog to share economic research and information relevant for navigating tumultuous times.

2 thoughts on “Paying With the Walletmor Implant…

  1. This makes me think of all the satellite debris in outer space. Do people think that implant technology will not evolve? That every major corporation and venture capital funded entrepreneur won’t come up with their own whizbang implant? Year after year after year. How many implants can a human hand tolerate? Where will they place newer implants when the hands are already 100% implanted? Will people pay with their feet? Or their implanted foreheads? When new implants come along, is there any procedure to deactivate the old ones? If your hand has 50 implants, do you get billed 50 times every time your hand gets near a payment sensor? Will there be a universal Hand Pay customer service number or chat line so you only have to contact one entity to get the 49 excess charges removed? Will a new surgical specialty emerge known as SIR (Surgical Implant Removal)? How much will it cost, and will it be covered by insurance and/or Obamacare? What if the surgeon messes up and removes the implant that starts one’s car? Or runs one’s brain? Will the NSA take over all the brick and mortar branches being abandoned by the banks and open cute, fuzzy, touchy-feely NSA Customer Service Centers so you can keep all your implants in fine working order and properly linked to the Fusion Centers? Is using the current Tap and Pay really the most inconvenient exercise in the history of humanity and something that urgently requires a transhumanist, Schwab / Harari Great Enslavement remedy? To me, this is like Hal in Kubrick’s 2001 Space Odyssey: technology getting totally out of control for its own good, not the peoples’. So to answer the question, “would you get a chip implant?”, only when the Chip Implant Industrial Complex has really good answers to the above questions, and many more. In other words, never.

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