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Fidesmo supports college scheme to fit NFC chips in wearables made from recycled material

Tuesday 7 April 2020 | 12:46 CET | News
Swedish company Fidesmo and Eskilstuna Folk High School's "Recycle Design" scheme have begun a joint project called "Recycled fashion meets fintech". By using recycled materials from ReTuna Aterbruksgalleria and small NFC chips, students of the adult education college will create fashion wearables with payment functionality. The chip is connected to the payment service Fidesmo Pay, which makes it possible to link a payment card to the wearable item.

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