• xNT NFC RFID Microchip Implant •
We offer the xNT NFC implant for £110.
This is an implant that can interact with your phone, car, motorbike, security doors and more!
This can be re-written and used with any NFC capable device.
The xNT contains a ISO / IEC 14443-A NTAG216 RFID chip set. This chip set is 100% NFC Type 2 compatible. Inside the chip set is embedded in a 2x12mm cylindrical Schott 8625 bio-compatible glass cladding, which is pre-loaded into a syringe. The xNT can be read and written with devices using 13.56MHz RFID and all NFC compatible readers / writers, including USB devices and many NFC-enabled Android smartphones. They are rewritable and can store data such as your business card (vCard), medical and allergy information or emergency contact details.
The chip uses RFID technology (Radio Frequency Identification) and this only works within a short distance (1-2mm). This chip cannot be used to track people, or for any other form of surveillance. It is not possible.
NFC compatible Android apps can be found in the Google Play store links below.
NFC RFID chips and other biohacking implantable devices such as Magnet implants are becoming more popular thanks to the growing grinder andbody hackers community. This procedure is considered an early Transhumanist or H+ advancement in the world of biotechnology and transhumanism.
• xNT Specifications •
- 13.56MHz ISO14443A & NFC Type 2 compliant NTAG216 RFID chipset
- 7 byte UID and 880 bytes of user read/write memory
- Unlimited memory reads. Rated for 100,000 writes per memory block
- Encased in a 2mm by 12mm USP grade lead-free Schott 8625 bioglass casing
- No Parylene C or porous polypropylene “anti-migration” coating means easy removal/replacement
• Procedure •
NFC RFID microchip implant insertion takes less than 10 seconds via a needle syringe delivery system.
Suture stitches are not necessary for the procedure so a follow-up appointment is not required.
We use skin closures to ensure neat healing, minimal swelling and to reduce the potential scarring.
The insertion hole is normally fully closed 2-3 days later and the swelling will dissipate over 2 weeks.
The insertion scar is usually completely invisible by 2 months.