More Contactless One Palm Are Being Provided In Amazon Go Store

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In 2020, Amazon introduced a touchless payment system named One that reads your palm to authenticate purchases in Amazon’s retail stores. This was due to the coronavirus outbreak and the company needed a new payment method that doesn’t involve contact. For months now the company have been making use of One and have decided to expand it to other retail stores.

More Contactless One Palm Are Being Provided In Amazon Go Store

Starting today, Amazon One touchless palm-reading tech is coming to the Amazon Go location at Madison & Minor, and will expand to two additional locations “in the coming weeks,” Amazon said. The company said it’s had “great feedback” from customers about the convenience of the One system. It very convenient and has really helped staff a lot because the person’s identity can’t be directly linked to their palm print.

Amazon One tech might eventually come to third-party retailers and expand to other Amazon bricks & mortar stores down the road. Right now it’s available in si physical Go, Books, and 4-star locations, including the Madison & Minor Amazon Go store in Seattle’s First Hill neighborhood.

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