“Eventually, it intends to open the Calibra Wallet up to additional services, so that people can pay bills, buy goods by scanning a code or accessing public transport.”
Yea, right –> “Account information from Calibra will not be shared with Facebook to improve things such as ad targeting, except for ‘limited cases’ where this data may be shared ‘to keep people safe, comply with the law and provide basic functionality to the people who use Calibra’, the social network added.”
Um, sure, okay –> “This has the potential to be truly transformative and will benefit those who have never used, or are struggling to access, financial services around the world.”
It all starts “innocently.” But we know where all of this is eventually headed. . .
“Thus no one was allowed to buy or sell things unless he bore the mark of the beast—that is, his name or his number. This calls for wisdom: Let the one who has insight calculate the beast’s number, for it is man’s number, and his number is 666.” (Rev 13:17–18)