You, in a heartbeat.

Get ready for true touchless authentication, because the next wave of cardiac ECG biometrics is here, where the unique rhythm of your heart is your biometric password.
Security, meet simplicity.

Taliware powers an 'always on' ECG biometric with the rhythm of your heart.

Our vision is to create a world where the body is a protective password, starting with the unique cardiac ECG of your heart. Where we are being both recognized and shielded at the same time. And where the very rhythm can power your digital world. This is the promise of Biombeat.

Biombeat is a secure heart-centric biometric built for today's ECG-ready smartwatches.


Why we made the biombeat API

We exist to replace the password with the person, by powering the next wave of cardiac ECG biometrics.

Who we made it for

We believe in powering the industries who will benefit the most from a frictionless ECG biometric approach to indentity verification.
These include wearables, banking, IoT, and mobility.

1. Wearables

The ECG is the new key sensor in town. With the prevailing promise of an ECG on your wrist, the biombeat API adds anytime biometric geo-authentication into the mix for big players like Apple, Amazon, Google and Garmin.

2. Banking

ECG biometric technology will be widely adopted by banking over the next few years. Touch screens identifying the customer through their unique heartbeat will replace pinpads. Watches will help validate that the individual and their phone are in proximity to the ATMs being accessed. Visa and Master Card are already rolling out high-security EMV contactless biometric payment cards for consumers.

3. IoT

Despite many advancements in recent years, IoT devices still remain a challenge to secure. As more devices with more end-points come online, it's more important than ever to help ensure a user is who they claim to be.

4. Mobility

Today, ECG biometric technology can be used with any conductive material, which means that it can be wrapped around a car’s steering wheel to gather ECG data from the car. Once a car is ECG-enabled, the biombeat API can verify both identity and location.

Why ECG biometrics now

The most widely used biometrics are fingerprint and iris scanning which are prone to cyber attacks and errors due to falsification.

As more ECG-enabled wearables hit the market, this paves the way for more novel recognition technologies like biombeat.


  • Watch Series 4, 5, 6
  • Verily Study Watch
  • Galaxy Watch Active 2 + Watch 3
  • Fitbit Sense
  • Move ECG + The ScanWatch
  • Amazfit Verge 2
  • Fenix 5, Forerunner 935, VivoActive 4
  • Oppo Watch



  • Apple
  • Alphabet/ Google
  • Samsung
  • Google
  • Withings
  • Amazon
  • Garmin
  • BBK Electronics

ECG in the news

"Better than face recognition. An individual’s cardiac signature is unique,  and unlike faces or gait, it remains constant and cannot be disguised."

"Your heartbeat may soon be your only password. There is a whole other world of wearable tech applications that have profound implications for enterprises."

"ECGs are quite unique, by nature.
While the peaks and valleys on people's ECGs may look identical to the untrained eye, they’re actually anything but."


Meet the dream team behind Taliware.

In the history of the world, no two people with identical hearts have ever been found. Making everyone’s cardiac rhythm a uniquely powerful biometric in the digital world.

This is what inspired this committed dream team. They wanted to invent and commercialize the next level of biometrics and blockchain --complete with utility tokens and IP protection for those who want to secure and monetize who they are and what they create.

Meet the makers. See team bios.


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