Only plastc card has the Answer
Back in 2011 Google released Google Wallet mobile payment platform. The project by Google was much appreciated, but people were very sceptical about using their cell phone to pay for purchases. Just last month Apple released ApplePay which is a platform very similar, if not the same, to Google wallet. People, and banks are racing to be able to use ApplePay for some reason, although the technology been out for years.
Using your cellphone to pay for purchases may come in handy sometimes, but many of us don't secure our phones. So storing credit card informations on the phone seems to be not reasonable.
Your Entire Wallet in One Secure Card
Design and Features
Few days ago a new, more secure payment method was announced by plastc.
plastc card is an e-ink touch screen card which let you store up to 20 cards. You can store credit, debit, loyalty, gift, and access cards on plastc then you just swipe the e-ink screen to choose the card you want to use.
plastc can be charged wirelessly, and can last for an entire month on one charge. Also the card has Bluetooth, NFC, rewritable magnetic stripe, and chip.
Storing all of your personal, and financial information on one card could be hard to get around. However, plastc seems to get the hint the users don't feel comfortable storing their lives on one card. So plastc fortified the card with many security features to make it "impossible" to hack or lose.