Japanese bank to get palm-scanning ATMs
Biometric technology will mean users can get cash with a hand scan, not a card
Japan's Ogaki Kyoritsu Bank is set to be the first in the world to offer a cardless ATM that uses palm scanning technology.
The bank has said that it will roll out cash machines that do not require the user to use their bank card, the Register reports.
The machine will run on Fujitsu palm-scanning biometric technology, which recognises the unique pattern of veins in a palm. Bank customers will just need to scan their hand to get cash and access account details.
The bank says it plans to roll out the technology to ten branches from September.