Microchipping humans in Russia

I taught myself biohacking,” 28 year old Vladislav Zaitsev told reporters in Moscow, “because I like the idea of expanding the capabilities of the human body. I estimate that about a thousand Russians are already microchipped, mostly with work passes or travel passes, although some people insert magnets or compass implants that vibrate when they turn north. I began in 2015, by taking the chip out of a Moscow metro pass, enclosing it in silicone, then inserting it into the back of my hand. Later I reprogrammed it with my bank card details. With clients, I use veterinary chips made in Taiwan. They’re about the size of a grain of rice and cost 500 rubles ($8) each.”

Funny Old World, Private Eye, 2nd April 2020 p24

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