Russian Doctor Has 6 Microchips Implanted Under His Skin To Store All Personal Data
Alexander who works as an obstetrician/gynecologist at nursing home in northern Russia has taken futuristic technology to another level.
He has implanted six microchips under his skin to help him in his day-to-day activities without any hassle. He opens doors and pays bills with a single swipe of his hand.
According to reports, the chips have the capacity to store from 800 bytes to 1 kilobyte of information.
He got his first microchip in 2014 where doctors used syringe with a thick needle to inject a microchip.
"I store all of my possible passwords on one of the chips, un-encrypted." Volchek told RT.
According to reports, Volchek is aiming high, he hopes that in the future he will be able to implant a cryptosystem and a glucometer microchip in his body.
In his opinion the use of chips if implanted safely, will save an incredible amount of money and resources, reports Sputniknews.