PayEye – a Wroclaw-based fintech that is conquering the world with its innovative technology that allows payments by gaze – has appeared at the NBP’s Slawomir S. Money Center. Skrzypek, where you can already see eyePOS 1.0 and eyePOS 2.0 terminals and test payment using iris and facial biometrics yourself.
– Recent weeks have been very intense for us. After entering Komputronik stores in Wroclaw, Poznan and Warsaw with our technology, we are appearing in another extremely prestigious place. At the NBP Money Center, you can already see our terminals and test payments with a glance demo. The dynamics of development of this technology is enormous. We are receiving more and more inquiries from companies that want to implement our payment system in their showrooms and stores. Appearing in the NBP Money Center is very important to us and is confirmation that one of the most important financial institutions in the country sees us as a reliable partner,” comments Daniel Jarząb, CEO of PayEye.
At the NBP Money Center, as of December 12, 2022, you can see the first, pioneering eyePOS 1.0 terminal, which allowed payments with iris biometrics, and the latest eyePOS 2.0 terminal, where anyone can test the world’s first biometric payment using the fusion of iris and facial biometrics.
PayEye is a technology that allows modern biometric payments. Together with the new app and the improved eyePOS 2.0 terminal, it enables payment transactions using the fusion of eye and face biometrics. Payment execution is very simple and intuitive. All you have to do is download the dedicated, free app, create an account, take a selfie and plug in your payment card. Thanks to this, when going shopping there is no need to take out cash, phone or wallet. We will complete the payment with a glance.
PayEye is a technology that currently provides the most secure form of payment processing in the world. The eyePOS terminal is protected against any form of data leakage. Data is transferred only within a closed infrastructure through an encrypted connection. Tokens, an encrypted form of a payment card, are used to process payments.
PayEye continues to develop eyePOS terminals, which will eventually support biometric, contactless and traditional payments.