It looks like this chip is tokenized, which means you can install another card on it after the expiration date. It would be nice to hear comments from experts @Satur9 on this issue!
In any case, you will have to buy one and give it to be torn to pieces in (Dangerous Things Guys)
Our wearables work with all Mastercard debit and credit cards, all Visa debit and credit cards and Discover debit and credit cards. Depending on whether the bank is already integrated, you can link this card directly in the app. If your bank is not yet integrated, you can use our partner Curve for free. This is a popular wallet app that lets you bundle multiple cards onto 1 card. You can then easily connect this Curve card to the wearable. This means you can use our wearables even if your bank is not yet integrated.
What if I have a different pass?
NB. For security reasons, our wearables do not work with outdated Vpay and Maestro cards. Dutch banks stop issuing these cards and all switch to Visa or Mastercard, which is safer for consumers. If you still have such an old card, in most cases you can often request a replacement card from the bank for free. You will then receive a new card that works with our products. Check the bank’s website to see whether they have already started issuing the new cards.
It looks like it’s in the USA, but after giving the app my number and email, it kicked me over to the website to join the waitlist. This whole thing definitely looks promising, but anyone in the US looking to get into this might want to get on Curve’s waitlist before you get too excited.
Anybody that hasn’t seen it, I did a write up on my custom payment conversion. Firstly
I can’t reccomend the service enough. Secondly
In my write up, there were a few lessons learnt for me (and now hopefully you can learn from those)
Little things, like:
talking with Amal.
Not doing your own chip extraction.
Set up bank account and test it prior to sending to amal.
Be prepared to send a spare (you shouldn’t have to, and I didn’t, but be aware you MIGHT need to)
testing it after receiving it and before installing.