Would You Insert A Microchip Under Your Skin?
People in Sweden are replacing their wallet and keys with a tiny microchip under their skin.
More than 4,000 have done it already.
The procedure is so popular, companies that perform the implants can’t keep up.
The chips are the size of a grain of rice.
Getting one is as easy as a flu shot and costs less than 200-dollars.
But the little chip can do a lot.
They open doors and let you pay for things.
They can store your emergency contacts and social media profiles and even store your e-tickets.
While the chips make life more convenient, they aren’t totally safe from hackers.
But experts say people in Sweden seem to be less concerned about data privacy than people in other countries.