A credit card with MasterCard’s Display Card technology.
Next time you get a new card from your bank, don’t be surprised if it has a keypad and an LCD on it.
Meet MasterCard’s new “Display Card,” which basically combines the usual credit/debit or ATM card with an authentication token. The authentication portion features a touch-sensitive keypad and LCD display — hence the name “Display Card” — for reflecting a one-time password (OTP).
Yet, according to MasterCard, the Display Card looks and functions almost exactly like a regular credit, debit, or ATM card.
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