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A credit card with an LCD display and built-in keyboard has been launched in Singapore by Mastercard.
The card has touch-sensitive buttons and the ability to create a "one-time password" - doing away with the need for a separate device sometimes needed to log in to online banking.
Future versions of the card may eventually display a holder's remaining balance and other information
"MasterCard continues to be at the forefront of payment technology. From launching the first 'paper' card in the 1950s, to introducing magnetic stripes and EMV chips for secure, digitised payments, we are pleased to have been able to support the launch of the first Display Card," said Matthew Driver, president of MasterCard Worldwide for South East Asia.
The card will be available from January before being rolled out globally.