NEW YORK, Aug. 21, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — SmartMetric, Inc. (OTCQB:SMME) – SmartMetric has signed a Sales and Distribution Agreement with GPC (General Plastic Corp S.A.) who is one of the largest credit card manufacturers in Argentina.
“We are excited about this new relationship with GPC as it gives us direct entrée into the largest Banks issuing credit cards in this part of the world,” said today SmartMetric’s President and CEO, Chaya Hendrick.
“Our expectation is with the opening of this new biometric card business unit with SmartMetric, it will bring us more opportunities over the regional market where we are already a strong company servicing the largest credit card issuing Banks. The SmartMetric biometric card product is the future. So, we are excited to be moving forward with this next generation biometric credit card developed by SmartMetric,” said Eduardo Voloschin, President of GPC.
SmartMetric makes the advanced biometric fingerprint card that has an inside the card fingerprint scanner that is used to biometrically validate the card holder and activate the card prior to it being inserted into a payments terminal or ATM. The SmartMetric biometric card has been designed and manufactured by SmartMetric, Inc. and is being distributed through key strategic card manufacturers in various parts of the World.
The SmartMetric biometric card is protected by five (5) “issued” patents. Additional patents are pending.
To view a video of the SmartMetric credit card follow this link SmartMetric Biometric Credit Card Video
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