Eastern Bank releases new biometric metal card

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Eastern Bank, based in Dhaka, Bangladesh, has released the world’s first biometric metal card. The firm said that the card will be released beginning in early 2024.

According to the bank, this cutting-edge card—which comes with IDEX Pay, a Mastercard-certified biometrics system—is poised to completely transform the banking experience for EBL clients. An exclusive product for EBL’s premium clients, the biometric metal card offers unmatched security and a seamless payment process.

Eastern Bank claims, “This contactless card, made for the tech-savvy and dynamic, is the epitome of luxury and cutting-edge design. It is anticipated to increase card usage among the current premium clientele of EBL.”

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