Woman's Microchip Implant Draws Worldwide Attention, Raises Alarm

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A woman from Las Vegas, Nevada has garnered more than 3 million followers on social media for showing what she can do with a microchip implanted in the back of her hand.

Burgundy Waller has called her husband a "tech genius." She had a chip implanted in her hand a little more than two years ago. It serves as a key to the couple's mansion, The Daily Mail reports. Her husband programmed the chip for her.

Waller is known as "The Chip Girl" in her TikTok videos. She shares what the chip can do, like unlocking doors, drawers, closets and other storage areas throughout their lavish home just by touching them.

In one video, Waller contends that getting chipped means "never having to carry or worry about losing her key."

In another video, she reveals her husband had an even more advanced chip implanted in his hand. His chip can store information, including his social media accounts and websites.

She also explained how another version of the chip could store her credit card information, which is something she says she wants.

"Not fair, I have the old model," she joked in another video. "My hand is only a key, guess it's time for an upgrade."

As CBN News reported in May, implantable chips in humans are not new, but for the last several years, the push to market them to a dubious population has escalated.

Critics are sounding the alarm about ongoing developments in tracking technology for humans.

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