Vivokey Technologies – Developer of implantable NFC transponders designed to explore the possibilities of human modification. The company’s transceivers use NFC near-field communication technology to provide device identification, security, cryptography and payment applications, allowing users to gain more crypto token security combined with the convenience of biometrics.
NFC, or Near field communication, is a short-range, high-frequency wireless communication technology that allows you to exchange data between devices within 10 centimeters without fear of losing data or being intercepted.
The purpose of the production of implants
The VivoKey Ecosystem is a collection of VivoKey identification services that revolve around you. Our platform links your VivoKey Digital Identity to third party websites and services using standardized APIs and secure identity providers such as OAuth2, OpenID Connect, and SAML.
- OpenID Connect provides a simple authentication layer based on the OAuth 2.0 protocol. OAuth 2.0 defines mechanisms for obtaining and using access tokens to access protected resources, but does not provide standard methods for providing identity information. OpenID Connect implements authentication functionality as an extension of the OAuth 2.0 authorization process. This service provides information about the end user in the form of an id_token that identifies the user and provides basic user profile data.
- OAuth is an open authorization protocol that allows you to provide a third party with limited access to protected user resources without the need to transfer a username and password to it.
- SAML authentication provides the ability to exchange account information between a trusted identity provider (IdP) and cloud or web applications. SAML authentication model includes an identity provider that issues ‘SAML assertions’
VivoKey Identity is your secure digital identity, secured cryptobionically. It is YOU that matters, not the names and passwords of your account.
In general, the goal can be described as a way to create your digital copy of your identity that cannot be faked, stolen and copied.
Installation of the NFC implant, can be as standard, is performed subcutaneously using a syringe – transponder:
So using micro-operation to install VivoKey Flex One [BETA].
It is somewhat larger than a standard implant and is more difficult to install.
If we add clarity, then the scope looks like this:
In order to make the chip work, you need to download the corresponding application on your Android smartphone:
And scan the installed implant:
The chip is successfully scanned and offers to configure and activate the user profile.
Click “Create Profile” and enter the six-digit code, you need to remember (save) it will not be safe to change it later.
After successfully creating a profile, you can proceed to its configuration:
There are many options available for configuration, I have not figured out all of them yet, perhaps a little later, I will describe them in more detail, if it arouses interest.
Once configured, the chip and profile are ready to use. I will definitely talk about testing later, in a separate publication.
Negative consequences (possible):
- Spying on the carrier of the chip (government, Masons, Templars, Martians)
- Amputation of limbs (any, optional)
- The emergence of ancestral curses
If we discard all this nonsense, then I did not feel the negative consequences since the installation, about six months have passed. But I also cannot recommend the installation of these implants.