Dual Interface Chip Card

A dual interface chip card is a type of credit or debit card that has two interfaces: a magnetic stripe and an embedded chip. The embedded chip is used for making transactions in countries that have adopted the EMV standard. The magnetic stripe is still used in countries that have not adopted the EMV standard.

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