RF chip that will mimic a contacless card (W/O "a system")
Hi. I've been reading about implantable chips for a little bit and I am surprised to see very little in terms of successful DIY payment/ID stuff. I mean, the contactless credit cards that my wallet is full of, are nothing else than really small RFID chips, embedded in a plastic card. And they can be cloned (because e.g. you can get your card details stolen and written into a blank card). Sooo why am I not able to find a solution that would allow me to put a writable chip in my palm and copy my credit card's data into it? I know there are those walletmor chips out there but there is a few of huge buts! I mean, first of all, when implanting something I don't want to hear about any expiration dates! That's just crazy, even with the 8 years lifespan! Second thing - I am implanting my payment secure credentials subdermally to further FREE myself and NOT to sign-up for yet another banking service that I don't need, which, by the way does not have credit accounts and only supports a handful of currencies (mine not included, obviously)!
I'm positive that what I seek can be done, and I am pretty sure it has been done. A blank NFC/RFID card can be bought for 2$ in China, and even less if bought in bulk, so it's not especially pricey. A small-time crook can clone your card, so it's not especially hard to do, in theory. But it would seem that somehow, nobody does this yet!
Can anybody here explain why is that? Or if you heard/seen somebody who did that, can you please point me in the right direction? Thanks!