Biohacking is on the rise as more and more people depend on wearable technology. People with implants, which are wildly popular in Sweden, can just wave their hand near a machine and unlock their office or gym without having to take out a keycard.
Source: Thousands of people in Sweden are embedding microchips under their skin to replace ID cards
Some 3,000 Swedes have implanted microchips in their hands so they can leave their wallets at home. But the fad could turn into a huge security risk.
Source: All the Rage in Sweden: Embedding Microchips Under Your Skin