Absolutely… this is one reason DT will remain DT. It will definitely be part of the grinder side of human augmentation for years to come.
so… me and @leumas95 got chatting and long story short i just bought the domain chipped.army
And what is your plan with the domain
An NXP NDA Redirect to a “legit” webpage?
Well at the moment it just redirects to the forum. Now thats an idea …
Dude, as long as you don’t catch me “in the hang” between paychecks, I’ll take it.
Thanks @leumas95, I laugh every time I’m on my laptop. The gift that keeps on giving
Searching the net on my quest to find something that Amal can turn into an implant for me, I came across
Can the ceramic be broken without breaking the chip that is inside?
It looks like I can get the prepay account, I would just need the ring.
Edit: These people don’t seem live yet in the U.S. but it looks like their chip could be converted also. https://www.purewrist.com/
I think it my favorite project, so many giggles from minimal effort.
The purewrist looks promising for you
It does appear that way. I can wait for the Apex to be released too, as it will have other features I want, but this way I could have one just for payment and one as a backup/other hand.
Edit: Or just get the ring, and use it until the Apex comes out.
Visa had there own ring at some point I think…
The source article was dated 2017.
Will I actually do any of these? Maybe. Honestly just kinda bored today looking around online.
I think the only real issue with payment chips is that they expire. Otherwise, people would be queueing up at Amal’s front door to get their credit cards converted. Nobody wants to implant something they’ll have to take out in 2 years, and it’s that single issue that Vivokey is trying to address.
I got one of these blackmail emails, went straight to my junk folder, There are quite a few flaws with it ( actually, there is 0% of my information in it ), but if you haven’t seen or read one, I thought I would share.
I know khym1988 is one of your passphrases.
Lets get directly to the point. Not one person has paid me to check about you. You do not know me and you’re probably thinking why you are getting this email?
in fact, i actually placed a software on the adult vids (adult porn) website and you know what, you visited this site to experience fun (you know what i mean).
When you were viewing videos, your browser started out operating as a RDP having a key logger which provided me with accessibility to your display and web cam.
immediately after that, my software obtained every one of your contacts from your Messenger, FB, as well as email account.
after that i created a double-screen video. 1st part shows the video you were viewing (you have a nice taste omg), and 2nd part displays the recording of your cam, and its you.
Best solution would be to pay me $1139. We are going to refer to it as a donation. in this situation, i most certainly will without delay remove your video.
My BTC address to send to: 3LYvQdZ7Y13EkqjnhcHtHXj1XmAbnZ2oo2
[case SeNSiTiVe, copy and paste it]
You could go on your life like this never happened and you will not ever hear back again from me. You’ll make the payment via Bitcoin (if you do not know this, search ‘how to buy bitcoin’ in Google).
if you are planning on going to the law, surely, this e-mail can not be traced back to me, because it’s hacked too. I have taken care of my actions. i am not looking to ask you for a lot, i simply want to be paid. if i do not receive the bitcoin;, i definitely will send out your video recording to all of your contacts including friends and family, co-workers, and so on. Nevertheless, if i do get paid, i will destroy the recording immediately. If you need proof, reply with Yeah then i will send out your video recording to your 8 friends. it’s a nonnegotiable offer and thus please don’t waste mine time & yours by replying to this message.
I’ve got so many of these, all with silly passwords like “212121” which is something I’ve never used. Kinda silly. Also, pity I don’t have a webcam.
I often wonder just how many people take this bait and how much they make from this kind of scam. They must make a bit out of millions of emails, I’d imagine? I’m dumbfounded by how many people actually fall for this kind of shit.
There’s a lady in the Philadelphia area with a Gmail address (and name) very similar to mine. And she mis-types it frequently. I’ve had to call a number of businesses and have it changed so they’ll stop sending me all her crap.
Her vet was deeply freaked out when I got this lady’s private info. That got changed quick.
Her Spa was less inclined to do so, until I started cancellng her auto-confirm appointments.
Who asks for a odd numbered amount? 1140? or 1200?
Who is dumb enough to fall for this, while simultaneously astute enough to be using bitcoin? That’s gotta be a ridiculously small slice of the population.
We are a gullible breed. Di-Hydrogen Monoxide, anybody?
Were you in my head as I read that email???
My GUESS for the $1139 was a script, with a round number in their currency, and at a guess it would be rupees from my currency… Wait one, googling
So it turns out my top 3 currency guess’ could all be possible as they are all very similar
all approximately 5:1 - so ~5000 scammer dollars, depending on the market of course, but not worth anymore of my time than that
Lol I have all your FB messages. Wrong target there ay @Pilgrimsmaster
Rember the asshat that tried to run a credit card scan on here… That was funny. Like of all the places…