PimEyes Launches Facial Recognition Affiliate Program, Blocks Russian Requests Due to War
PimEyes, a facial recognition search engine that lets individuals see where their images have been exploited online, has launched an affiliate programme to promote product exposure by rewarding successful referrals.
PimEyes claims to give a $10 commission for each successful referral to its Open Plus basic plan, $25 for PROtect, and $75 for its advanced plan. According to the release, the company will also supply support, banners, digital assets, product photos, and promotional coupons to its affiliates.
It also states that owing to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, it would not respect Russian subscriptions. All biometrics searches conducted in Russia have been refused.
Simultaneously, the corporation made a more explicit repudiation of Russian subscriptions. Previous reporting about PimEyes’ stance
Mastercard CEO Teases CBDC Panel: SWIFT May Not Exist in 5 Years
During the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting, Michael Miebach spoke on a panel about central bank digital currencies.
Michael Miebach, the CEO of Mastercard (MA), made people gasp. When asked if SWIFT, the present interbank messaging system that enables cross-border payments, will still exist in five years, he replied “no.”
He laughed as he spoke, but the audience seemed to take his words seriously.
Miebach appeared on a panel at the Global Blockchain Business Council’s annual (WEF) summit, which was held in conjunction with the World Economic Forum’s annual (WEF) summit (GBBC). The panellists explored the future of cross-border payments as well as the financial system’s potential for CBDCs.