KR101951125B1 - Method and system for fingerprint-based payment - Google Patents

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KR101951125B1
KR101951125B1 KR1020170141375A KR20170141375A KR101951125B1 KR 101951125 B1 KR101951125 B1 KR 101951125B1 KR 1020170141375 A KR1020170141375 A KR 1020170141375A KR 20170141375 A KR20170141375 A KR 20170141375A KR 101951125 B1 KR101951125 B1 KR 101951125B1
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Abstract

According to an embodiment of the present invention, a fingerprint-based transaction method performed by a transaction system comprises the steps of: receiving identification information of a purchaser; receiving payment option information related to the identification information of the purchaser by requesting available payment option information for the identification information of the purchaser to a national database (NDB); and processing a transaction on a product or a service selected by the purchaser based on the payment option information of the purchaser.

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TECHNICAL FIELD [0001] The present invention relates to a fingerprint-based transaction system and a fingerprint-

The following description relates to a technique for processing a payment, and relates to a method and system for processing a transaction by performing a payment based on user identification information.

One of the major problems with all existing payment methods is that the buyer must actually carry a card or mobile wallet every time a buyer uses a payment card or mobile wallet. Carrying cards or cash in real can be risky due to loss, theft, damage or fraud.

US 2007/0284432 A1 discloses a method for allowing a purchaser to pay for goods and services using only fingerprints at the point of purchase and place, but the technique has the following significant disadvantages. First, whenever a buyer pays to a new merchant, he or she must register his / her preferred payment method with the merchant system. Second, it takes a lot of time to register card information or account information at a new merchant. Finally, data can be repeatedly entered due to a data entry fault.

There is a big question about trusting the security of each of these merchant systems. There is a problem that if the buyer wants to change the payment method for a particular merchant, he must re-register the payment method for the merchant.

It is possible to provide a method and system for successfully performing a transaction for a purchased product or service from a purchaser as the purchaser scans a fingerprint at the merchant without registering the payment information of the purchaser every time at the merchant.

A fingerprint-based transaction method performed by a transaction system, comprising: receiving identification information of a purchaser; Receiving payment option information associated with the buyer's identification information by requesting available payment option information for the buyer's identification information to the National Database (NDB); And processing a transaction for the selected goods or services from the buyer based on the buyer's payment option information.

The step of receiving the identification information of the purchaser may include receiving the fingerprint of the purchaser from the purchaser to pay an amount of the goods or services to be purchased from the purchaser.

The step of receiving the payment information associated with the buyer identification information may further include retrieving an SSN / NID associated with the buyer's identification information at the NDB and transmitting the buyer's payment option information for the retrieved SSN / Bank DB), and transmitting payment option information associated with the buyer's identification information from the central bank database to the NDB.

The step of processing the transaction for the selected goods or services from the buyer based on the payment option information of the buyer further includes the step of providing a list including available payment option information of the buyer to the NDB And processing the transaction with the payment option information provided by the payment option information.

Processing the transaction for the selected goods or services from the buyer based on the buyer's payment option information may include providing a message related to the success or failure processed based on the buyer's payment option information have.

The transaction system comprises: a receiving module for receiving the identification information of the purchaser through the scanner; A user authentication and payment method selection module that receives payment option information associated with the buyer's identification information by requesting available payment option information for the buyer's identification information to the National Database; And a transaction processing module for processing a transaction for the goods or services selected from the buyer based on the buyer's payment option information.

The transaction system according to an exemplary embodiment can easily perform a payment for a goods or service through a fingerprint of a buyer without having to carry a card, cash or mobile wallet.

The transaction system according to the embodiment registers payment option information related to the fingerprint of the purchaser so that the buyer can automatically process the payment for the goods or services without having to input the payment option information of the buyer each time.

1 is a diagram for explaining operations of a transaction system according to an embodiment.
2 is a block diagram illustrating a configuration of a transaction system according to an embodiment.
3 is a flowchart illustrating a transaction method of a transaction system according to an embodiment.
4 is a diagram for explaining a transaction process between a buyer, a transaction system, an NDB, and a CBDB according to an embodiment.
FIG. 5 illustrates an example of receiving a fingerprint of a purchaser in a transaction system according to an exemplary embodiment.
FIG. 6 illustrates an example of providing a list of available payment option information from a buyer in a transaction system according to an exemplary embodiment.

Hereinafter, embodiments will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.

1 is a diagram for explaining operations of a transaction system according to an embodiment.

In the following embodiment, a purchaser scans a fingerprint of a purchaser and provides a National Database (DB) and a Central Bank Database (CBDB) as a method of paying goods and services using a buyer's identification information (e.g., fingerprint) The transaction can be completed with the help of. The transaction system can collect available payment option information for the buyer through NDB and CBDB. If the buyer selects one payment option information in the trading system, the payment can be completed. At this time, since the buyer has already been confirmed by the NDB based on the buyer's identification information and the payment option information has been confirmed by the CBDB, the issuing bank of the buyer can not pay the transaction amount or credit You only need to check if there is.

The transaction system is a system for processing transactions between a buyer and a seller, and a PoS system will be described as an example. The point-of-sale (PoS) system 100 is a point-of-sale information management system that can manage sales information by installing a computer terminal at the point of sale and accounting. The point-of-sale (PoS) system 100 of the merchant stores the type of goods, the price and the like in the price tag beforehand, and reads the symbols in a reader or the like to count sales information. The entire system in which a cash register, a reconnaissance reader, and a credit card automatic identification device are linked to a central computer is called a PoS system.

The purchaser 110 can input the identification information of the purchaser to the merchant PoS system 100. At this time, the identification information of the purchaser may include identifiable information such as the iris of the purchaser, the fingerprint of the purchaser, and the password of the purchaser. 1 to 6, fingerprints will be described as an example of identification information of the purchaser. The buyer 110 may scan the fingerprint to trade the amount of the goods or services to be purchased. The purchaser 110 can scan the fingerprint to the merchant PoS system 100. [ Referring to FIG. 5, it is an example of receiving the input of the purchaser's fingerprint. The merchant PoS system 100 can receive the fingerprint inputted from the purchaser. In other words, the merchant PoS system 100 can provide a scanner function capable of identifying a fingerprint, and can identify a fingerprint inputted from the purchaser through the scanner function. At this time, the merchant PoS system 100 may include a scanner function, and in the absence of the scanner function, the merchant PoS system 100 may be linked to a device that provides a separate scanner function.

The merchant PoS system 100 may request the NDB 120 for payment option information for the scanned fingerprint from the purchaser. The NDB 120 may request the central bank for the SSN / NID payment card associated with the buyer's fingerprint requested from the merchant PoS system 100. [ That is, the NDB 120 may retrieve the SSN / NID associated with the purchaser's fingerprint requested from the merchant PoS system 100 and request the central bank for a payment card associated with the retrieved SSN / NID.

For example, a fingerprint may be registered in advance from the purchaser. The purchaser can register the fingerprint through the merchant PoS system 100 or can register the fingerprint through the purchaser's terminal. At this time, there is no need to register the purchaser's fingerprint every time in each merchant PoS system 100. The registered fingerprint can be stored in the NDB 120 from the purchaser. Accordingly, it is possible to compare the fingerprint inputted from the buyer with the fingerprint stored in the NDB 120 at a later time. At this time, the NDB 120 can retrieve the SSN / NID corresponding to the fingerprint of the purchaser according to the matching of the fingerprint inputted from the purchaser and the stored fingerprint, and the CBDB 130 can pay SSN / NID related to the fingerprint of the purchaser You can request card information.

The CBDB 130 may respond to the NDB 120 with available payment card information for the requested SSN / NID. The NDB 120 may provide a list of available card information to the merchant PoS system 100 as it receives available payment card information from the CBDB 130. [ For example, the CBDB 130 can automatically register and register available payment card information with respect to the purchaser in the process of registering the fingerprint of the purchaser in advance, or the payment card information to be paid from the purchaser can be registered .

The merchant PoS system 100 may provide a list of available payment card information via a touchable display. The buyer can select a card to be paid out of the list of usable payment card information. The merchant PoS system 100 may process the transaction with the card selected by the purchaser.

FIG. 2 is a block diagram illustrating a configuration of a transaction system according to an embodiment. FIG. 3 is a flowchart illustrating a transaction method of a transaction system according to an exemplary embodiment.

The processor of the transaction system 100 may include a receiving module 210, a user identification and payment method selection module 220, and a transaction processing module 230. The components of such a processor may be representations of different functions performed by the processor in accordance with control commands provided by the program code stored in the transaction system 100. [ The processor and the components of the processor may control the transaction system 100 to perform the steps 310-330 that the transaction method of FIG. 3 includes. At this time, the processor and the components of the processor may be implemented to execute instructions according to code of the operating system and code of at least one program that the memory includes.

The processor may load the program code stored in the file of the program for the transaction method into memory. For example, when a program is executed in the transaction system 100, the processor can control the server to load the program code from the file of the program into the memory under the control of the operating system. At this time, the transaction system 100 including the processor and the processor includes a reception module 210, a user confirmation and payment method selection module 220, and a transaction processing module 230, Instructions may be different functional representations of the processor for executing subsequent steps 310-330.

In step 310, the receiving module 210 may receive the buyer's identification information. The receiving module 210 may receive the fingerprint of the purchaser from the purchaser to pay for the goods or services to be purchased from the purchaser. The receiving module 210 can acquire the fingerprint of the purchaser.

In step 320, the user confirmation and payment method selection module 220 may receive payment option information associated with the buyer's identification information by requesting the NDB for available payment option information for the buyer's identification information. The user identification and payment method selection module 220 can identify the buyer based on the buyer's fingerprint and return valid payment option information for the verified buyer.

In step 330, the transaction processing module 230 may process the transaction for the selected goods or services from the buyer based on the buyer's payment option information. The transaction processing module 230 may process the transaction with the payment information provided by the NDB based on the selected payment information by providing a list containing the buyer's available payment option information. The transaction processing module 230 may provide a message related to the success or failure processed based on the buyer's payment option information.

4 is a diagram for explaining a transaction process between a buyer, a transaction system, an NDB, and a CBDB according to an embodiment.

The transaction process will be described in detail through operations between the buyer 110, the transaction system 100, the NDB 120, and the CBDB 130. [ At this time, 401-407 may be processed by the user confirmation and payment method selection module of the transaction system 100, and 408-414 may be processed by the transaction processing module of the transaction system 100. [

The transaction system 100 may identify the scanned fingerprint from the purchaser 110 (401). Transaction system 100 may request NDB 120 for payment option information for the scanned fingerprint. The NDB 120 may retrieve the SSN / NID associated with the purchaser's fingerprint (403).

The NDB 120 may request 404 the payment option information for the SSN / NID to the CBDB 130 of the central bank. The CBDB 130 may return the available payment option information (405). The NDB 120 may receive the available payment option information returned from the CBDB 130. [ The NDB 120 may return available payment option information to the trading system 100.

Referring to FIG. 6, it is an example of providing a list of available payment option information from a buyer. The transaction system 100 may provide a list 600 of payment option information available through the touchable display. The payment option information to be paid out of the list of payment option information available from the purchaser can be selected. For example, the payment option information may be in various forms such as a credit card, deferred payment card, cash settlement, account transfer, point settlement, and the like. In addition, the payment option information may be composed only of a card. As the credit card is selected from the purchaser, the registered card information can be output from the purchaser, and the purchaser can select the card to be paid (407). At this time, if the user desires to add a card to be paid, the card may be additionally registered.

The transaction system 100 may request transaction approval from the merchant bank 140 (step 408) as the card to be paid out is selected from the list of available card information from the buyer. The merchant bank 140 refers to an institution that has a deposit account of an affiliate store on an electronic wallet system and receives transaction information. The merchant bank 140 may request approval of the transaction with the payment brand 150 (409). At this time, the payment brand 150 may mean an international payment brand such as visa, union pay, and master. The payment brand 150 may request a transaction approval from the issuer 160 (410).

A response may be provided from the card issuer 160 to the transaction approval. The payment brand 150 may receive a response to transaction approval from the card company 160 (411). Similarly, the merchant bank 140 may receive a response to the transaction approval from the payment brand 150 (412). The transaction system 100 may also receive a response to the transaction approval from the merchant bank 140. The transaction system 100 may provide a transaction success message or a failure message to the buyer 110 in response to the transaction approval received from the card issuer 160 in operation 414. The buyer 110 can perform the payment process again as the transaction fails.

As a result, the purchaser can complete the payment by fingerprint only, so there is no need to carry a card, cash or mobile wallet. In addition, since the payment option information is registered by registering the fingerprint for the first time, payment can be performed without having to register the payment option information to each PoS device in the future.

The apparatus described above may be implemented as a hardware component, a software component, and / or a combination of hardware components and software components. For example, the apparatus and components described in the embodiments may be implemented within a computer system, such as, for example, a processor, a controller, an arithmetic logic unit (ALU), a digital signal processor, a microcomputer, a field programmable gate array (FPGA) , A programmable logic unit (PLU), a microprocessor, or any other device capable of executing and responding to instructions. The processing device may execute an operating system (OS) and one or more software applications running on the operating system. The processing device may also access, store, manipulate, process, and generate data in response to execution of the software. For ease of understanding, the processing apparatus may be described as being used singly, but those skilled in the art will recognize that the processing apparatus may have a plurality of processing elements and / As shown in FIG. For example, the processing unit may comprise a plurality of processors or one processor and one controller. Other processing configurations are also possible, such as a parallel processor.

The software may include a computer program, code, instructions, or a combination of one or more of the foregoing, and may be configured to configure the processing device to operate as desired or to process it collectively or collectively Device can be commanded. The software and / or data may be in the form of any type of machine, component, physical device, virtual equipment, computer storage media, or device As shown in FIG. The software may be distributed over a networked computer system and stored or executed in a distributed manner. The software and data may be stored on one or more computer readable recording media.

The method according to an embodiment may be implemented in the form of a program command that can be executed through various computer means and recorded in a computer-readable medium. The computer-readable medium may include program instructions, data files, data structures, and the like, alone or in combination. The program instructions to be recorded on the medium may be those specially designed and configured for the embodiments or may be available to those skilled in the art of computer software. Examples of computer-readable media include magnetic media such as hard disks, floppy disks and magnetic tape; optical media such as CD-ROMs and DVDs; magnetic media such as floppy disks; Magneto-optical media, and hardware devices specifically configured to store and execute program instructions such as ROM, RAM, flash memory, and the like. Examples of program instructions include machine language code such as those produced by a compiler, as well as high-level language code that can be executed by a computer using an interpreter or the like.

While the present invention has been particularly shown and described with reference to exemplary embodiments thereof, it is to be understood that the invention is not limited to the disclosed exemplary embodiments. For example, it is to be understood that the techniques described may be performed in a different order than the described methods, and / or that components of the described systems, structures, devices, circuits, Lt; / RTI > or equivalents, even if it is replaced or replaced.

Therefore, other implementations, other embodiments, and equivalents to the claims are also within the scope of the following claims.

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  1. In a fingerprint-based transaction method performed by a transaction system,
    Receiving identification information of the purchaser;
    Receiving available payment option information associated with the buyer's identification information by requesting available payment option information for the buyer's identification information to the National Database (NDB); And
    Processing a transaction for the selected goods or services from the buyer based on the buyer's available payment option information
    Lt; / RTI >
    The step of receiving the buyer's identification information comprises:
    Receiving a fingerprint of the purchaser from the purchaser to pay an amount of goods or services to be purchased from the purchaser
    Lt; / RTI >
    Wherein the step of receiving payment information associated with the buyer identification information comprises:
    Comparing the identification information received from the buyer with the identification information stored in the NDB and comparing the identification information received from the buyer with the identification information stored in the NDB, Requesting the purchaser's available payment option information for the searched user confirmation information to the central bank database and transmitting available payment option information associated with the buyer's identification information from the central bank database to the NDB To < / RTI >
    Processing the transaction for the selected goods or services from the buyer based on the buyer's available payment option information comprises:
    A transaction approval for a selected commodity or service is requested from the purchaser based on the payment option information selected by providing the list including available payment option information of the purchaser, Processing a transaction for a selected commodity or service from the purchaser as it is ascertained whether the amount or credit is present and providing a message related to the success or failure processed based on the buyer's payment option information
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    In which the payment option information is automatically registered in the central bank DB with respect to the purchaser,
    How to trade.
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  6. In a trading system,
    A receiving module for receiving the identification information of the purchaser through the scanner;
    A user authentication and payment method selection module for receiving available payment option information associated with the buyer's identification information by requesting available payment option information for the buyer's identification information to the National Database; And
    A transaction processing module for processing a transaction for a selected commodity or service from the purchaser based on the available payment option information of the purchaser;
    / RTI >
    The receiving module includes:
    And receiving from the buyer a fingerprint of the purchaser to pay an amount of goods or services to be purchased from the buyer,
    Wherein the user authentication and payment method selection module comprises:
    Comparing the identification information received from the buyer with the identification information stored in the NDB and comparing the identification information received from the buyer with the identification information stored in the NDB, Requesting the purchaser's available payment option information for the searched user confirmation information to the central bank database and transmitting available payment option information associated with the buyer's identification information from the central bank database to the NDB Lt; / RTI >
    Wherein the transaction processing module comprises:
    A transaction approval for a selected commodity or service is requested from the purchaser based on the payment option information selected by providing the list including available payment option information of the purchaser, Processing a transaction for a selected commodity or service from the purchaser as the amount or credit is confirmed, and providing a message related to the success or failure processed based on the purchaser's payment option information,
    In which the payment option information is automatically registered in the central bank DB with respect to the purchaser,
    Trading system.
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