Who wants to take a wallet running? A wearable device lets you conveniently buy a coffee or a cool drink at the end of your run with just a tap. Many waterproof wearables have been designed especially for active use and come with Visa tap to pay technology that can be linked to any existing account. There is a growing list of devices available to you such as Fitbit Ionic, Apple Watch, Garmin vivoactive 3, and Optus pay bands (only available to Optus customers). But the number of wearables is set to explode. Wearables are expected to count for up to 20% of all proximity payments by 2020. Preparing for the shift, Visa has made a number of new capabilities available over the past couple of years, empowering our partners to offer safe, secure and convenient ways to pay across a range of devices. Gone are the days of worrying about your wallet on the beach as you have a swim, or shoving cash in your sock as you go for a run. You want ways to pay that suit your lifestyle. That’s the future we’re working on.