44% of Americans Now Using Biometrics Instead of Passwords to Log In to Their Accounts – We are Closer to a One World Financial System
A new report published by the FIDO Alliance states that 44 percent of Americans are now logging in to their online accounts with biometrics, rather than a password, and more than half of Americans today, 58 percent, state that they are interested in replacing their passwords with biometric passkeys. The FIDO Alliance report clearly states who is pushing the adoption of biometric passkeys at the beginning of their report: "It’s been a year since Apple, Google and Microsoft announced their commitment to passkeys with plans to expand support for a common passwordless sign-in standard created by the FIDO Alliance and the World Wide Web Consortium." The FIDO Alliance leadership and members are comprised of the biggest names in Big Tech and the financial sector, including Amazon.com, Microsoft, Google, Apple, Meta, Intel, Yahoo, American Express, Mastercard, Visa, Paypal, CVSHealth, U.S. Bank, PNC Bank, Wells Fargo, and many others. The most widespread biometric ID system currently being rolled out in many locations across the U.S. today is probably Amazon's palm scanning system called "Amazon One." A report published by Gizmodo today states that Amazon's palm scanning technology has now been updated to record your age, so you can purchase alcohol now without an ID by just letting them scan your hand. As I reported yesterday, the latest fad in the field of biometrics is Sam Altman's Worldcoin system and their "Orb" to scan people's eyes to create a unique "World ID". The system to produce a new one-world financial system is already in place, and it could happen now a lot quicker than most people realize.