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The Heritage Bank Power Suit pays for your purchases

Australia’s Heritage Bank teamed up with Visa to launch The Heritage Power Suit, a wearable technology outfit with an inbuilt payment chip sewn into its sleeve.

The bank is using the same NFC chip used in the VISA payWave terminals, but instead of embedding them in a card, they are woven inside the sleeve of a suit. The chip is then linked to the account of the user. The balance of the Power Suit can be checked and topped up with a linked Heritage Bank prepaid account accessible online or through an app.

The suit is made from fine merino wool and is tailored by MJ Bale.

Heritage Bank donates all the money paid for the Power Suits to 4 ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorders) Kids. This actually means that the Power Suit, enables users of this wearable tech garment, to pay for purchases using their sleeves, and donate to a charitable organization at the same time.

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Diamond Auctioned for Record $83m Dollars.

Just a few weeks ago a diamond the size of a plum were auctioned in Geneva for $83m dollars. the world record for a gemstone.  This extraordinary stone had been estimated at $60m. This Diamond was found by De Beers in Africa 1999 and has since has an unknown amount of owners which all have remained incognito.
The 59.60-carat “Pink Star” weighs in at 11.92 grams being the largest in its class ever graded with the second biggest less than half its size. What makes it even more precious is the fact that it falls into a rare category with the purest diamond crystals and unmatched optical transparency, comprising less than two percent of all gem diamonds.
Perhaps someone is about to recieve a christmas gift out of the ordinary.