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About MyImplant and Its RFID / NFC Technology
What is the Difference Between RFID and NFC?


RFID is a generic name for a series of technologies that make it possible to identify objects using radio waves (RF). This means that many of the technologies that communicate wirelessly can be considered "RFID", including the cell phone which has  multiple radio transceivers, each with unique identifiers ( MAC addresses, IEMI, etc.).


Usually, when someone talks about "RFID Tags", they are  referring to passive (non-powered) tags, which can vary in frequency, memory capacity and operating characteristics.


NFC é uma subdivisão do RFID criada pela Nokia, Sony e Philips onde suas normas são definidas pelo fórum NFC. These NFC standards consist of two basic parts, passive_tags RFID (tags NFC) and active NFC communication devices 136bad5cf58d_(point to point). O padrão NFC define 4 tipos diferentes de tags RFID passivas que podem ser usadas como tags NFC, baseadas em sua structure of memory  and communication protocols  (frequency, encoding, etc.). So all 4 types of "NFC tags" are just tags RFID which were chosen by NFC Forum.


For example, a Mifare Ultralight tag is a passive RFID tag that operates at 13.56 mhz and communicates using ISO14443A. The Mifare Ultralight has a memory structure that can be formatted and used as a type 2 NFC tag. However, the Mifare S50 1K tag is also a passive RFID tag that operates on_cc781905-5cde-3194- bb3b-136bad5cf58d_13.56 mhz and is also ISO14443A but not NFC compatible. The memory structure used by "classic" tag S50 Mifare 1k  is not compliant with the NFC standard uma "tag NFC," mesmo esta sendo comumente vendida como uma "tag_cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b- 136bad5cf58d_NFC" by many vendors.

About MyImplant Structure - ChipNTAG216 de 13.56mhz.


The chip  is a small cylindrical-shaped  transponder of cylindrical shape, of 13.56MHz high frequency of13. 136bad5cf58d_NTAG216. The NTAG216 has 888 bytes of programmable memory, features 32-bit password protection security, and is both ISO14443A and NFC Type 2 compliant. It is enclosed  in biocompatible Schott 8625 glass, which has been approved by the APP as a safe piercing material .


O chip pode ser utilizado com sistemas comerciais que trabalham com ISO14443A, bem como os mais diversos dispositivos NFC como telefones celulares, fechaduras inteligentes, leitores eletrônicos (pc, arduino e outros micro controladores)_cc781905-5cde -3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_etc.​​

MyImplant - Project Company
MyImplant - Project Company

How Strong is the Implant? (I'm into gun shooting/climbing/martial arts/fighting super villains etc.)


The injectable implants are encapsulated in bio-safe glass, however they are not indestructible. However, of the hundreds of chips  that were installed with  in the correct orientation and in the suggested location on the hand (between the thumb and index finger), we have yet to find_cc781905-5cde-3194 -bb3b-136bad5cf58d_no reports of any kind of break.


Outside the body, chips can be broken if pressed  between some hard surface. However, once inside the body, the skin and casing  around the chip  do an excellent job of buffering against any blunt force impacts that might hit the implant.


There are reports of several people who pressed their hand in some way or even ended up hammering  directly on the implant without causing any kind of damage to it.


We also performed various stress tests on the chip, including stress, liquid nitrogen, vacuum and pressure tests. In all cases, the chips do not degenerate:


  • No degradation when subjected to 500N of force;

  • No degradation after exposure to 0.482mBar pressure (near perfect vacuum);

  • No degradation after dipping by 5 seconds into liquid nitrogen;

  • No degradation after exposure to 6 bar, or approximately 87 psi of pressure.

Is MyImplant Compatible  With Medical Devices Like MRI / X-ray etc?


The implants are compatible with the most diverse medical and safety equipment. Pessoas com chips de 125KHz e 13.56 MHz, passaram por exames de_cc781905- 5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_1T type MRI, 1.5T and 3T strengths, without any complications. It is worth mentioning that there is a little blurring of the image in the area in around the implant, but the chip around the implant 785_cc595-719de 781_cc bb3b-136bad5cf58d_or explode or cause any kind of reaction to the equipment.


Also, os MythBusterswere kind  enough to prove this compatibility in Season 5, Episode 19 - MythBusters Revolution. Neste episódio o antigo VeriChip de 134KHz foi implantado em Kari Byron e em um pedaço de porco, sendo ambos submetidos a resonance exams. In episode  you can clearly see the distortion of the image around the implant.


Here is an article from PubMed on chip compatibility RFID with MRI scanners up to 3T:


The following image demonstrates the actual X-ray examination of the hand of Project Company founder Dr. Antonio Henrique Dianin.

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Is there any kind of problem with security systems like metal detectors / airports / courthouses etc?


There is  no problem whatsoever with any security system. The amount of metal on the chip is basically_cc781905-bbde-3b 136bad5cf58d_same as a dental filling, not enough to activate even the most sensitive metal detector.


Additionally, people deployed  constantly passed through full-body scanners at US airports, without reporting any kind of_cc781-319-319-ccde 136bad5cf58d_problem. Finally, the chip is not detected even when handheld metal detectors are subjected directly over the implanted site.

About the Implant Procedure
By Who  Are Chips Implanted?

We suggest having the procedure done by an experienced body modification professional, such as a professional piercer. Even though the professional piercer is the most suitable person to perform this procedure, other professionals such as doctors, nurses and health professionals also have the necessary experience.

In order to improve procedural safety and increase global access to professional services in clean and safe studios, we have built our referral network of partners. Find a professional prepared to carry out its implementation in ourmap of indications of implant professionals.


The chips  are sold pre-inserted inside the needle of a disposable syringe. This means that the professional should preparar the skin of the hand in the area of the triangle between the thumb and index finger, then lift the same e_cc781905-5cde-3194- bb3b-136bad5cf58d_insert the needle under the skin, implant the chip and remove the needle. It should sit directly under the dermis, sutures are not required.

About Regulation of Implants.

The consensus around the world is that implants are characterized as being a type of piercer and, therefore, must follow the recommendations regarding them.

The US has approved the device for medical applications since 2004 and it has never reported any problems with the implants. Both in Europe and in Brazil, there are no specific regulations for this type of procedure.

In Brazil, in line with the rest of the world, Anvisa (National Health Surveillance Agency) also recommends following good practice procedures for sterilization and standard hygiene in tattoo parlors and piercers.

How to Approach a Professional for Implantation?


If you still don't have any kind of contact with professionals in this area, you can look for local professionals for a first approach and to get the procedure done.


You will get better results if you follow these steps:


  • Call or drop by a local piercer professional to schedule an appointment. Tell him you intend to talk to him about the specifics before deciding to have the procedure done. He must be happy to see you.

  • Print the FAQ page or show it to the professional so that he can better inform himself about the procedure.

  • Always carry the product with you, but don't expect to have it implanted the same day.

  • Explain what the implant is about and why you want to be implanted. Give  some time for the professional to analyze the procedure and read all the documentation.

  • Perhaps  it is necessary to visit more than one store to find the best professional to perform the procedure.

  • Perform the implantation and have fun with your new chip.


Please let the professional piercer know that they can contact us if they have any questions. We can also register you and indicate you on a list of qualified professionals who have already performed this procedure before, after your first implantation.

Does the Implant Procedure Hurt?


The implantation process  (in the suggested location and as directed) is described as slightly less painful than  donating blood and less painful than the typical body piercings. Há uma ligeira sensação de beliscada quando a agulha atravessa a pele e é só isso. Geralmente as_cc781905-5cde -3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_people are surprised by the little pain experienced during the procedure.

How Long Does the Implant Last?

Since there is no type of battery, the chip has an indefinite useful life, which can exceed 20 years of use.

Can You Install Multiple Chips in the Same Hand, or Install One in One Hand With Magnetic Implant?

While it is possible, it is not recommended that multiple chips  be installed in the same hand  due to interference issues.


However, you can safely install the chip  in a hand with a magnetic implant, as long as the magnets  are not within the communication area of the chip (generally 5cm).

Does the implant leave scars?


Yes, but the scar is very small and usually unnoticeable after just a few weeks. See the comparison pictures just after deployment and after a few weeks.

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Implant Location e Orientation.


NFC chips are capable of communication only at short distances, not more than 3cm, so the user should be able to position5c5cc5c5ccde789de5c5c5c -3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_the implant with the greatest degree of freedom and range of motion possible.


Because of its dexterity, the human hand is the  ideal place for implantation. More specifically, is indicated in the area  between the metacarpal bones of the thumb and index finger. We call this region de "triangle" and consider it the ideal location for the following reasons:


  • Low risk of nerve damage;

  • Low risk of damaging blood vessels;

  • Low risk of damaging tendons;

  • Plenty of soft tissue to help absorb harsher impacts;

  • Good distance from the bones.


Ultimately, the chip must be implanted parallel to the metacarpal bone of the finger at least 5mm away from it. Folds in this  region must also be avoided, since mechanical stresses in the area can  cause breakage and rejection problems.

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Can the Chip be Implanted in Another Region of the Body, Another Area of the Hand or Perhaps on the Side of the Palm?


Mesmo sendo possível, não recomendamos que os chips sejam instalados em qualquer outro lugar do corpo que não seja entre o thumb and index finger. The reason for this is that the chips are tough but not unbreakable, i.e. the chips themselves  should not be subjected to unnecessary force or stress. Therefore, placing the implant  in any other area of the hand presents additional risk.

Implementation Procedure.


Assuming that all aseptic preparation of the operative field and sterile equipment, as well as antiseptic preparation  of the incision site, has been done in accordance with best practice guidelines:


  1. Remove the plunger safety clip from the injection assembly:

    The safety clip is a plastic retaining clip designed to grip the plunger in the syringe housing and prevent the syringe from being triggered. Remove this clip during material preparation.

  2. Measure and mark the metacarpal bone of the index finger:

    Find the trapezium and trapezoid bones, where the metacarpal bones of the thumb and index finger meet. Then find the next interphalangeal joint (next knuckle) of the index finger and measure this distance. Using an industry-accepted, skin-safe marking pen, mark a small T over the center point of the metacarpal bone of the index finger, so that the top of the T is parallel to this bone and the leg of the T points outward at towards the metacarpal of the thumb.

  3. Mark the top of the "hump":

    Press the thumb laterally against the index finger and note that the muscle there will form a small hump that protrudes slightly on the back of the hand between the metacarpal of the index finger and thumb. Mark the top of this zone with a dot directly adjacent to the leg of the T mark you made earlier. This "center" mark will typically denote the approximate center of the "triangle".

  4. Tweeze the skin:

    Grasp the skin just around the center mark and pull it away from the muscle tissue. Roll the skin to try to detect and dislodge any blood vessels.

  5. Choose a place at least 15mm  in front of the center mark:

    The implant is 12mm long, so choose an incision site that is in front of the center mark to ensure there is enough space between the target site and the incision site.

  6. Insert the needle between the dermis and muscle tissue:

    When pressing the needle into the skin, be sure to control its horizontal alignment (so as to keep the needle parallel to the metacarpal bone of the index finger) and its vertical alignment (so as to keep the needle parallel with the tissues of the hand to ensure that do not pierce dermal tissue or muscle).

    To facilitate the use and reading of the implant, please note that the incision must be made superficially, keeping the implant close to the skin and preventing it from being inserted deeply into the 'triangle' region of the hand.

  7. Reach the center mark and deposit the implant:

    Gently guide the needle about 12mm past the center mark. If necessary, loosen the grip of the forceps on the skin slightly and continue to insert the needle. The reason for inserting the needle to this depth is that the chip will normally move back about 4mm to 6mm as it heals, thus becoming centered just under the center mark.

    When the ideal depth is reached, withdraw the needle 12mm so that the tip of the needle is under the center mark. This will create an empty space for the chip to be implanted. Depress the syringe plunger slowly and the chip should eject to fill the space created with the needle.

    Once the plunger is fully depressed, you should feel and possibly hear a click, this way the implant will have been fully expelled from the needle tip. You can now gently remove the needle (the plunger tip is made of plastic, and the plunger will be visible at the end of the needle tip). Immediately cover the wound with sterile gauze and apply pressure for 2 to 5 minutes until the bleeding stops.

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Healing and Aftercare.


Once the implant is placed under the skin, the bleeding from the needle should stop within 5 to 30 minutes. You may also experience minor swelling or irritation, which should disappear within 2 to 24 hours. After the first 24 hours, you can wash your hands and shower as usual.


Over the course of two to four weeks of installation, the body will begin to coat the chip in collagen. Although not necessary, to help this process you can take vitamins that help build collagen and connective tissue.


During this time, it is recommended that there is no intense physical activity or any activity that would  put pressure on the implant. Avoid picking at the chip, wrestling, climbing, shooting, using excessive force, or any other activity that may cause the muscles in your hand to apply uneven pressure to the chip, causing it to migrate under the skin.


There may also be experiences like momentary tingling, itching, or pinching at the implantation site over the next few months. This is normal as it indicates that the body is   healing around the chip.

Is it Easy to Remove or Replace the Chip in the Future?


Chips are easy to remove. Unlike implants in animals, our chips for humans  are not coated with biobond or parylene, facilitating the de01cc-375-37c5-37c-37c-37c-37c-37c-37c-37c-37c-3 process bb3b-136bad5cf58d_remoção. To remove it, a small incision of about 3 to 6 mm is sufficient.

Removal Procedure.


Although it is relatively simple to remove the implant, this procedure will require skill and patience, as the body forms a fibrous capsule around the chip.


Do not use metal tweezers to try to manipulate the implant while inside the body.


Assuming that all aseptic preparation of the operative field and sterile equipment, as well as antiseptic preparation of the incision site, has been done, as per best practice guidelines:


  1. Place a sterile glove on the opposite hand (assisting hand) to the one containing the implant to be removed.

  2. As a form of assistance, press the index finger of the non-implanted hand on the palm area of the implanted hand located just below the chip, as shown in the image below.

  3. Press with the thumb of your assisting hand  the other side of the implanted hand so that the back end of the chip is pushed down and the front end becomes visible.

  4. Mark the location slightly ahead of the leading edge of the chip.

  5. Without using the assisting hand, support the implanted hand on a flat surface. With the help of a scalpel, initiate the incision carefully through the dermal layers. The incision should be between 3 and 6mm long, perpendicular and centered just in front of the leading edge of the chip.

  6. Mais once, repeat the assistance procedure described in steps 1 and 2 with your non-implanted hand.

  7. Orient the blade angle 90 degrees downward so that the blade is parallel to the implant angle. Through the open incision, continue to work the blade in the direction of the chip. The fibrous tissue capsule around the chip will not allow it to simply slide out of the incision. You will have to deliberately cut your way through this capsule of fibrous tissue.

  8. Once the capsule is sufficiently compromised, the chip will easily slide out. Your assisting hand can assist in this process by pressing and moving your thumb laterally in order to force the chip out through the incision site.

  9. Once the chip is removed, return the implanted hand to resting position. At this point, a new sterile replacement implant can be carefully placed in the socket. Once the new chip has been inserted, or if it is no longer desired, close the wound with a steristrip or suture.

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About Using the Implant

How Do I Record Information on My Implant?


There are many ways to record information on your implant, basically any 13.56MHz recorder will be able to communicate with it.

If this is your first time dealing with NFC systems, we recommend using a smartphone that has the NFC function and downloading the NFCTools application available in the cell phone Store so that you can record the implant through it.

We also recommend researching NFC technology on the internet, there is a lot of information available about it.

Compatible Devices.

MyImplant is fully designed in accordance with NFC Forum Type 2 specifications and ISO / IEC14443 Type A specifications. It uses an operating frequency of 13.56MHz and has a data transfer rate of 106Kbit/s.

All mobile devices with NFC are compatible with MyImplant.

As a rule, all devices that work with the 13.56MHz frequency and ID modulation will be compatible with MyImplant.

Is it possible to read the implant inside the applicator?


No,  due to the metal coating of the applicator, it is not possible to engrave the implant since it is still inside the applicator.​ Only after its application it will be possible to program the same.

It is important to point out that all implants are tested before sterilization and that the packaging must not be opened before the application procedure. Once the package has been opened, the product must no longer be considered as sterile.

Is MyImplant Traceable?

Não, o chip não possui nenhum sistema de georreferenciamento acoplado (GPS), o que impossibilita a localização geográfica of the implant. In addition, it is turned off most of the time, since to activate it it is necessary to get close (3cm) to an electromagnetic field_cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b -136bad5cf58d_provided by an appropriate reader, such as mobile phones with NFC, electronic doors, computer NFC readers, etc.

Is it possible to make payments with MyImplant?

Payment methods available today are cryptocurrencies and our in-house system which is currently only available to partners.

Although credit card technology is compatible with MyImplant, banks do not accept it as a substitute for a credit card. If one day they accept it, we are ready to provide them with the necessary information to carry out the integration.

About RFID Keys.

In general, people believe that the tag must be programmed to serve as a key to the various electronic systems. However, this is a  common misconception in thinking about using RFID tags as keys. This kind of thinking is natural, because this  is the typical way traditional gates  work, but it is usually incorrect for RFID systems.


In general, the authorization system is not  in the program stored in the tag's memory, so there is no programming to be done in the tag a end of if you gain access to multiple ports or systems. Each tag  has a unique ID (called UID), and these IDs are programmed into the electronic systems_cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b- 136bad5cf58d_e não ao contrário. Por exemplo, se quiser que 1000 pessoas entrem pela porta A, deve-se cadastrar os_cc781905-5cde-3194- bb3b-136bad5cf58d_1000 IDs no sistema eletrônico da porta e não a "chave" da porta na memória da tag.   So, if someone loses their tag (UID 718), just remove access from tag 718 from the identification system tag 718 from the identification system. -3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_This approach means that if  you can use the same RFID tag with multiple ports and different systems.

In short, to make your implant work as a brace, simply add it as a new brace as recommended by your system manufacturer. The same will work in the most diverse electronic devices that work in 13.56MHz. If you are not the system administrator, just ask them to include the implant as a new tag using the same standard procedure for adding keys in your system.

Cloning vs Emulation.

Emulating  means that is using an active circuit to impersonate a tag. This basically means tricking the reader's system into this  thinking that  is talking to the original tag  instead of a circuit board designed to pretend this tag.

Cloning means copying the UID of a tag as well as the contents of memory from one "source tag" to another "target tag" so that the two match_cc781905-5cde- 3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_exactly.​

Project Company's Position on Implants.

Project Company takes a stand against any type ofIMPOSITION ou OPPRESSIONregarding the use of implants in humans.


We believe that everyone should be free to choose which device best suits their needs. So, if someone doesn't like the idea of the implant, they have numerous other options at at their disposal, such as:our ring, the MyRing, which is developed with the same technology as MyImplante or even compatible tags and keychains with NFC technology.

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