I’m new to the so called “Biohacker” scene and my experiences are mixed. Most of the people are very nice fellows(about 99%) just a few weirdos, but you’ll find those everywhere. Also, I noted the rejection of this technology is very widespread in the country where I currently live. I personally think it is rooted in the level of general ignorance especially when it comes to new things. People here in Alabama telling you straight up how much they missing their freedom to burn witches alive.
Sorry I got a little sidetracked, what I’m trying to say is that there’s not much technology out there which works with RFID/NFC implants without modifications.
I was looking for a door lock which will work with my NExT implant and found many good ones which don’t. One whole topic in this forum is talking about the SAMSUNG SHS-3321 and ways to make it work again. This particular device is a very good looking product, the technology isn’t necessary the latest but it does the job. SAMSUNG is trying to sell their own NFC chip cards for the lock and removed the supports for regular NTAG216 chips from the firmware. In the official statement I got from them is explained that “security” reasons lead to that decision. That could be correct or not, it lead me to consider other options.
I found this lock here:
It looks very good for my taste and has even better features for a better price. You can find this and other on their AMAZON store: Laxre Bluetooth keyless Fingerprint Door Lock
I don’t get paid from them for posting this here, I just want to help others to find devices which work with their implants. My Laxre lock will be delivered on Monday 28, December 2020 and I can’t wait to test it.
I’ll keep you updated…