Spendwallet – A Cutting-Edge Smart Wallet That Digitally Consolidates All Your Cards Securely Into One Device




Spendwallet utilizes a revolutionary self-developed antenna and pulse emitting technology called magnetic flux emulation technology (MFE) that ensures consumers to securely and electronically store all types of cards on one device, without the need for the physical card. When using Spendwallet, the MFE technology generates a magnetic field, which makes the card reader respond as if a card has been swiped. So instead of swiping, the users simply tap and finish their payment.

Spendwallet is seductively designed to completely replace an existing wallet. Its frame and body are made out of aluminum and plastic, making the device strong and durable enough for everyday use in users’ pockets while also being lightweight to be convenient. The wallet can store the account information of up to 20 cards at a time and has a backside pocket for ID, cash, or anything that cannot be stored digitally on the device.

Spendwallet also features bank level encryption, passcodes and automatic lock and data self-destruction mode when lost, making it one of the world’s most secure wallets. Both Spendwallet and the user’s smartphone constantly monitor each other’s status through Bluetooth technology. Thus, smartwallet can only be activated when it is near the user’s smartphone. If lost or stolen, Spendwallet automatically locks and data self-destructs. Additionally, the hidden LED display aboard Spendwallet will not be shown on the surface of the device when not in use to maintain the utmost privacy.
Read more: Spendwallet & Indiegogo
The Future of Payments
The Future of Shopping
The Future of Passwords
Near Field Communication (NFC)
All Your Credit Cards Combined In One
The Future of Payments, Futuristic Money, Spendwallet, Smart Wallet, Credit Card, Magnetic Flux Emulation Technology, MFE


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