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    Pay Palm: Children at This Russian School Don't Need Cash to Pay for Meals

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    Students in a Russian school in Sverdlovsk oblast can now pay for their meals by scanning their palms.

    This innovative project is called "Ladoshka" ("Palm"), and it is developed by Sberbank, Russia's largest bank.

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