In recent years, the memory capacity of NFC RFID chips has steadily increased, allowing decentralized storage of the amounts of data required for contactless payment, particularly on payment cards.

With the advancement of NFC RFID technology, chips are developing more power and more memory, so security features such as locking memory areas on the chip or data encryption help secure contactless payment processes.

The success of contactless payment (NFC) lies in its ease of use and the saving of time on both the user and the customer side.