Emojis may soom replace pin code in online banking!


password_1Intelligent Environments, a London-based company which provides banking software, has launched Emoji Passcode service.

The company has claimed that the service is more secure as there are more potential combinations of the 44 emojis than there are of the numbers 0-10.

David Webber, Managing Director of Intelligent Environments said, “Some digital banks have expressed interest in the Emoji Passcode service. The system was designed to appeal to 15 to 25-year-olds.”

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