Nick O’Halloran is the Director of Maxwell Forest, an IT company that links banks and credit card holders in a way that makes mobile shopping faster and easier than it has ever been before. The company’s latest product, the Safedome card, is a strong step in that direction.
“We developed a Bluetooth credit card approved by MasterCard and Visa that you tap on your device being Apple or Android,” Nick O’Halloran explains. By using the company’s new card, he says the average transaction only takes a couple of seconds.
The Safedome card was designed to fit into an ordinary wallet. It syncs to your smartphone and is loaded with security features. If your wallet is lost or stolen, the Safedome will use the GPS location of your phone to record where your wallet was last seen, and the GPS map will show you right where that location is.
Another feature of the Safedome card allows you to set alert-free zones. Alert-free zones might be places like at home or at work, where you don’t want any alerts distracting you. By setting this up, you only get alerts when you need them.
Safedome’s Identity feature is a safeguard against one of the biggest cyber-security issues of our time, identity theft. The app regularly scans a database of breached credentials, and if it finds your email address it sends you an alert so you can take appropriate action.
Nick O’Halloran is very excited about what the future holds for Maxwell Forest and Safedome.