The debut of the first Google Glass payment application could spur a rise in wearable wallets as a less-pricey and more secure payment option than mobile payment options that are tied to a carrier, say some in the industry. "Wearable wallets via things like buttons, rings, cuff links and bracelets are items that can always be on your person and are easily accessible. So, they can be a faster, more convenient way to pay," said Drew Sievers, CEO of mFoundry at FIS.
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