It has touch-sensitive buttons and the ability to create a "one-time password," the BBC said. Mastercard has launched in Singapore a credit card with an LCD display and built-in keyboard; it will be available in the city-state from January before a global roll-out. The new interactive card addresses banking rules that require customers to log in to online banking through a small security device, the BBC said. Said V Subba from Standard Chartered Bank, which is collaborating with Mastercard."The question was: instead of sending customers another bulky token, could we replace something which already exists in the customer's wallet? That was when credit, debit and ATM cards immediately came to mind."
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