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Amal Graafstra, CEO of Dangerous Things and Vivokey is a Biohacker and Microchip implant developer, known for his work on implantable RFID/NFC human implantable microchip innovation and retail accessibility for the world market. Prior to Dangerous Things, human implantable RFID technology wasn't well adopted with the human civilian population.
Since 2008, Amal has worked alongside multiple researchers and scientists to develop and produce NFC Microchip implant (human)|microchip implants and biohacking procedures.
- 2013 - Founded Dangerous Things in Seattle
- 2013 - Built the first commercially available implantable NFC compliant transponder
- 2017 - Founded Vivokey
- 2018 - Under Vivokey developed the first commercially available cryptographically-secure human implantable NFC transponders. The Vivokey Spark as well as the Vivokey Flex One.
- CNBC.com, Andrew Zaleski, special to (2016-05-28). "This body hacker is turning people into cyborgs". CNBC. Retrieved 2020-09-25.
- Ismail, Kardo Kamaran, Podder A, Olsen N (2019). Adoption of Human Microchip Implants for Business Organizations (Thesis). Aalborg University.
- Ip, R.; Michael, Katina; Michael, M. (2008-06-24). "Amal Graafstra- The Do-It-Yourselfer RFID Implantee: The culture, values and ethics of hobbyist implantees: a case study". Faculty of Informatics - Papers (Archive).
- "Dangerous Things' xNT: a personal NFC chip in your hand". the Guardian. 2013-11-01. Retrieved 2020-09-25.
- "Brave New Coin". bravenewcoin.com. Retrieved 2020-09-25.
- "VivoKey Technologies". Crunchbase. 26 September 2020. Retrieved 26 September 2020.
- Embodied computing : wearables, implantables, embeddables, ingestibles. Pedersen, Isabel. Cambridge, Massachusetts. 2020. ISBN 978-0-262-35779-1. OCLC 1129596819.CS1 maint: others (link)
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