(By Taylor Berglund) A Swedish company offers employees a small, rice-grain-sized implant that can mimic the function of swipe cards. These chips, already in effect at Epicenter, can open doors, operate printers or purchase food, according to the Orlando Sentinel. The small chips are powered by Near Field Communication (NFC) technology. The microchip implants, described in the article as potentially “dystopian,” are beloved by the company’s employees.

Epicenter employees reportedly hold parties for new people who sign up to get the chip. Some believers may wonder whether this new technology could become the mark of the beast, as described in Revelation. Patrick Mesterton, the CEO of Epicenter, has addressed possible concerns about the technology. He told the Orlando Sentinel, “Of course, putting things into your body is quite a big step to do and it was even for me at first. MORE