SWYP All-In-One Credit Card

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Coin was one of the coolest products we’ve ever covered. But unfortunately over a year later, there’s still no reliable retail version of the product. While Coin tries to get their act together, SWYP looks to take center stage.

SWYP lets you put all of your credit, debit and gift cards onto one shiny metal card, letting you free up wallet space and ease your mind of the stress of losing one of those many cards you’re toting around everyday. Simply use the interface on the card’s surface to select the card of choice, and swipe away. Every bit is encrypted (which makes it more secure than using your actual credit card) but it also won’t work if your phone is more than six feet away from you. SWYP actually pairs with your smartphone adding an extra layer of security while also offering additional services like the ability to send your friends and family gift cards. The all-in-one card is currently available for pre-order with plans to hit the retail scene for $49 this fall. [Purchase]

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