If your smart wallet is lost or stolen, you can locate or track it with a smartphone. That’s a cool idea, and it has attracted several crowd-funded projects such as Cashew, Ekster, SmartWallet, Walli, Wallor and Woolet. However, small, standalone trackers like TrackR’s may do the job cheaper, and they’re less risky purchases. By Jack Schofield for Jack’s Blog | December 24, 2016 — 09:11 GMT (17:11 GMT+08:00) | Topic: Innovation Wallets and their contents – cash, cards, tickets, receipts etc – will eventually be replaced by smartphones that work with electronic payments system. But while those have been available for years in some countries, most men still carry traditional wallets. That being the case, there should be a market for “smart wallets” that connect to smartphones, so you can find your wallet if you lose it, and track it if it’s stolen. The latest example is Wallor, which is the first in the world with Bluetooth, GPS, and full RFID protection, according to company CEO, Viorel Cretu. It also has an anti-theft alarm. The Wallor wallet is currently on Kickstarter, and at $20,994, has already passed its modest $1...