TheregisterDo you need a "smart" wallet with a built in front-facing camera and GPS? Of course you don't. Not even with a built-in Wi-Fi hotspot? Well, enough people do to make a success of an Indiegogo project promising just that.
The VergeWallets already seem anachronistic. They're stuffed with paper currency, analog identification cards, and credit cards that are easily emulated by your phone. But what if your wallet had 512MB of RAM, a built-in camera, and doubled as a Wi-Fi hot spot? Volterman is a new smart wallet project on Indiegogo.
NewatlasThe Volterman is the latest attempt to keep the wallet relevant in the 21st century. Aside from acting as a powerbank and Wi-Fi hotspot, the smart wallet also incorporates some nifty security features in case you are struck by a pilfering pickpocket.