FingoPay and Fi-D, replace the need for PINs and passwords and removes the need to carry cash or bank-cards.

They allow consumers to pay for goods and services, gain entry to an event and manage online using just a finger.

The FingoPay reader builds a 3D map of veins within a finger, creating a natural personal key. Each finger is unique to us, the chance that two people have the same vein structure is 3.4billion-to-1. It has better recognition than iris and much more socially active.

There is no higher mathematical certainty of proving someone’s identity so its the most secure and convenient way to protect yourself, and your  data: passwords, bank and card data, tickets to events, boarding passes.

FingoPay conforms to Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards and doesn’t store an individuals biometric either…

Our vision

Our vision is to make payments safe, simple and reliable. We put complete control of your security in your hands.

We've built the most fraud-proof system yet to help retailers transact securely.

Customers prove their identity beyond doubt, reducing the risk profile and, as a result, lower the costs of taking card payments.

 Welcome to Sthaler

  Strategic Partners

Music fans could pay for food and drink with a simple flick of their wrist. The idea  was good, but for the perfectionists at Sthaler, the solution was not good enough. We wanted it to be flawless and fraud-proof...and to work any time, any place, anywhere. So we began working on a new system that fixed these real-world problems.

In 2012 Sthaler’s team delivered FINGOPAY the worlds first ACHP CNP (Authenticated Card Holder Present, Card Not Present) payments and point of sale system at Festival No. 6 in Portmeirion, North Wales. This system addressed the information, payments security and flexibility required by merchants and consumers.

For the first time this allowed festival events to become securely “open-loop” and enable customers to spend directly on credit and debit cards, securing all payments with their unique biometric: the veins in their finger.

In 2013 Sthaler’s team expanded the system to include ticketing and access control systems, removing the need for physical tickets and allowing event organisers to identify audience members beyond doubt. For the consumer it meant never losing their ticket for the event.

The Sthaler team is now working with Europe's biggest financial services companies to deliver larger scale solutions  across the UK for  high street retailers. Bringing our safe and secure payment system to  music venues, transport operators, university campuses and supermarkets.

Sthaler was created in 2012, born out of the need for AEG to engage festival-goers with a revolutionary cashless payment system offered by MasterCard.

Our solution gathered rich consumer data for the festival owners, provided financial visibility, revenue protection and security.

The PayPass touch pay NFC (near field communication) test was a success.

 About Sthaler

  Nicholas Dryden

  CEO

Nick has worked at the forefront of new multimedia and transmedia technologies for the past twenty years.

He has recently expanded from music industry technologies, creating social platforms to group fans and permission-based predictive marketing strategies into federated platforms capable of much greater business intelligence for retail clients with integrated payments tech to engage and commercialise 'connected' audiences.

In 2012 he formed the company Sthaler (the original name for the US Dollar and the $ symbol) to work with Hitachi to build, test and deliver a pay-by-finger system which solved all the problems and vulnerabilities that existed in the current payments system.

In his spare time he coaches rugby, is a qualified referee with the Welsh RFU and sails with his wife and kids in Anglesey.

  Andrew J A Flitcroft

  Financial Director

Andrew, is a Fellow of The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. After qualifying in 1992 he worked in private practice until 1999.

Since then he has held senior finance roles in companies in the technology, internet and service sectors. He has experience as a consultant and director to a number of listed and venture capital funded companies.

He has a broad range of experience in general finance together with the accounting and reporting functions for both private and listed enterprises. In addition to his position at Sthaler Ltd, Andrew also currently holds finance director positions with AIM and ISDX listed companies.

  Simon Binns

  Commercial Director

A Board level marketer with proven Commercial, Management and Interpersonal Skills within dynamic global businesses.

He has been a Director of strategic communications businesses and held senior positions at BBH and Ogilvy/ WPP amongst others.

Simon has managed diverse teams in multiple locations to achieve award-winning results. He has consistently improved revenue and profitability through high standards of delivery and strong business partner relationships.

He brings both commercial acumen and a consumer perspective to the challenge of launching the Fingopay Brand and growing the Sthaler business around the world.

Outside of work Simon is busy playing as much sport as he can fit in, spending time with his family and following Manchester City.

  Quentin Solt

  Legal

Quentin is an experienced corporate finance and commercial lawyer.

He retired from Berwin Leighton Paisner in 2002 (where he was the senior partner responsible for the Corporate Finance Technology Team) and operated his own law firm until 2012 when he transferred his firm to Burlingtons Legal LLP in Mayfair. Quentin continues to provide legal advice as a consultant to Burlingtons and also gives commercial advice to growth businesses.

Quentin was co-founder and director of Eurovestech PLC, a pan-European technology investment fund, which was listed on AIM for a dozen years. He has also served on the boards of several other technology and related business companies, including one Silicon valley company which he advised on obtaining an AIM listing and then successfully transferring the listing to NASDAQ (at which stage he left the board). Quentin also works with the business growth team at Cranfield University.

The UK government is now three quarters of the way through a two-year project to make 25 of the most-used government services ‘digital by default’.

Fi-D is at the forefront of this. As well as providing better services for millions of users, the initiative – based on the recommendations of Martha Lane Fox back in 2010 – is expected to deliver £1.7billion in annual savings.

During 2015, all members of the UK general public will be required to register for a series of Digital Identities to be able to use government services (to register to vote, passport applications, student finances, driving licenses, benefits, pensions, tax matters etc) Digital Identity registrations will be managed through a series of IDP’s (Identity Providers).

FI-D enables everyone to set-up an account and manage their identity, replacing the need for user-names and passwords with their VeinID, a unique biometric map of the vein structure within your finger. Its better than IRIS in terms of mathematical certainty of your identity, its simple, fast, absolutely secure and will keep your data safe.

We always have our fingers with us all of the time, and the chances of 2 people having the same finger vein structure is 2.34 billion-to-one. The Vein ID reader is small, simple to install and available to you now for £150.

Fi-D’s sister product which uses the same Sthaler VeinID reader is FingoPay. FingoPay enables you to store your card data inside a secure banking environment, sync credit and debit cards to your Vein ID then use your fingers to pay, protecting your card use safe behind your unique biometric security.

  Michael Norton

  Non Exec Director

Michael joined the Sthaler board in October 2013, bringing with him a wealth of experience and outstanding track record in the payments industry, with a particular focus on strategic vision and growth.

For the past 4 years Michael has been the Managing Director of PayPoint.net, a subsidiary of FTSE 250 Company PayPoint. Prior to this, Michael was CEO at EPOSS, a start-up electronic product delivery and payment solutions company. Having sold this to First Data Corporation, Michael then founded Ukash, which is a global e-commerce cash payment network with clients such as Ladbrokes, and Skype and operating in 27 countries.

Having funded the investment and also served as CEO of Ukash, Michael then left to join PayPoint as International Director, initially leading the development of PayPoint’s first international business in Romania. Michael also sits on the a board at Fawry, an Egyptian electronic bill payment and presentment (EBPP) network that enables the Egyptian public to conveniently and securely pay their bills and recharge mobile phones or other services like your CashU account.

Michael’s rich experience in creating and building companies delivering financial technology for payments, uniquely qualifies him to ensure Sthaler maintains the right strategy to transition from a revolutionary technology company to a profitable corporation.

 Leading the digital revolution

 Security with Convenience

 Fi-D

 The Team

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1 Fore Street

London

EC2Y 5EJ

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Sthaler is a company limited by shares

registered in England and Wales

Registration Number: 8161567

Vat registration number: GB154901122

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 What We Do

Protecting your identity is crucial to financial security we all face the same challenges to learn how to keep your identity safe as we go through important life stages as more of our life, communication and commerce plays out online.

We’re in an age when identity theft is quite common-place we’re not shocked by it anymore unless, that is , you become the victim!

It typically takes more than eight months for fraud investigators to find the culprits of identity theft and locate your stolen money, according to research by credit rating agency Experian. Following a fraud, victims will need to carefully guard their identities for the rest of their lives.

Financial data, is what the majority of hackers are interested in. There are now more ways than ever before for thieves to try to capture your information, from your online accounts, social profiles or from your mobile. Keeping track of our usernames and passwords is becoming impossible, we rely on our devices remembering for us but when we change a device because it breaks or is lost, it takes hours or days to re-establish our online identities.

More than 132,000 British customers were victims of identity fraud via the internet last year.

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