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The United Biometric System (UBS) has Started Operating in Russia
11.07.2018 00:16
The United Biometric System (UBS) has Started Operating in Russia
(Source: http://globalintegrasolution.com)

The United Biometric System (UBS) has started operating in Russia from July 1, which will allow Russians to receive financial services remotely by passing identification using personal biometric data, as the website of the Central Bank reports.

      Biometric data mean the person’s image and voice. To use the system, you must pass the initial identification in one of the banks that are authorized to register citizens in the system. After being authorized in the Unified System of Identification and Authentication (USIA), the person will be able to use the service in any bank. Using the system, entrepreneurs and individuals will be able open deposits and accounts, receive loans and transfer money without going to banks.


Sources: http://lenta.ru 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian banks     

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