Denmark's Danske Bank plans to deploy biometric credit cards developed by Norwegian firm Zwipe as early the end of 2015, according to regional media.Simon Steen-Petersen, Danske Bank's marketing manager for the private bank, expects the new payment solution to be completed within a year, wrote Business.dk.”We throw ourselves into this because we have a desire to be an innovative bank,” said Steen-Petersen.As reported by Planet Biometrics last October, MasterCard is working with Zwipe on the credit card project.Zwipe, which uses fingerprint technology from Fingerprint Cards, has already launched several pilot projects with its biometric credit card.”Pilot projects are showing good results so far. Now we will soon put on the market for commercial use” Zwipes CEO Kim Humborstad said in an interview with Finansfokus.no recently.Speaking in Paris last November, Susanna Hannestad, VP of payments at Zwipe, said a pilot had been launched with Norwegian bank Sparebanken on 21 May in a town outside Oslo.Following a roll-out to 200 cardholders, some 85% of the users said the technology was faster than a PIN. While 60% of those surveyed said the card was “exciting”, 85% said it was innovative and 60% said it felt secure.