CULedger Adds Three Credit Unions to MemberPass™ Pilot Program

Posted by Julie Esser on Feb 21, 2020 8:42:31 AM
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Topics: Digital Identity, Digital Experience, Cybersecurity

CULedger Showcases Successful Cross-Border Payment Solution, Supported by Partners R3 and Luxoft, a DXC Technology Company

Posted by Julie Esser on Dec 5, 2019 6:00:00 AM


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Topics: Blockchain, Digital Identity, Payments, SSI

Utilizing Decentralized Identities to Grow Revenue, Cut Costs and Strengthen Trust with Members

Posted by Julie Esser on Dec 4, 2019 8:57:55 AM

Credit unions are experiencing pressure from a multitude of sources and can no longer rely solely on traditional methods and technology. From an ever-changing regulatory environment to meeting the digital demands of members to keeping bad actors away, credit unions are fighting to keep pace with the rapid changes brought on by the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

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Topics: Digital Identity, Cybersecurity, SSI

Creating A Frictionless Member Experience

Posted by Julie Esser on Jul 10, 2019 9:00:00 AM

When it comes to relationship building, credit unions are known as leaders in the financial services industry; however, many members are frustrated with antiquated methods to confirm their identity. Whether it’s a personal identification number (PIN) or a series of personal questions, the financial services industry has long taken cumbersome and time-consuming measures to verify identity.

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Topics: Digital Experience

Trusting Blockchain Technology

Posted by Darrell O’Donnell on Jun 28, 2019 8:47:09 AM

When executives in the financial services industry enter into a discussion about blockchain technology the first question generally asked is: “Why should I use blockchain technology?” This question is quickly followed by, “Why should I trust blockchain technology?”

Executives and businesses succeed when they ask better questions.

Perhaps, the better question is “What can the industry use this technology for, now that blockchain is becoming a ‘common’ technology?”. Currently the most effective use of blockchain relates to areas where a group needs to be able to trust something – but can’t agree on a centralized place they can all trust.

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