Obstetrician-gynecologist of Novosibirsk Alexander Volchek implanted under the skin of six chips. The average size of each is 2 to 12 millimeters, writes RIA Novosti.
Volchek said that implants greatly simplify his life. With their help, he opens doors at home and at work, store passwords, business card, unlocks the computer, and more. Some of the chips are analogous to syrups, while others can store one kilobyte of information.
"The first chip I put on 8 August 2014. It is not possible to change your code and is the equivalent of a card access control from a Siberian ski areas. Later I registered it in the access control system organization in which you work," — said Volchek.
Devices are a ferrite core with a coil and a small chip placed in the tube of biologically inert glass. Under the skin they are injected with a syringe with a thick needle, and thus easily removed. The biohacking adds that the chips did not feel. The man also wants to implant himself a crypto-stick and glucometer.