Browsing the "Credit Unions" Tag

IBM Scores Deal With US Credit Union Group to Use Hyperledger Blockchain

| Anna Baydakova

Credit union consortium CULedger will use IBM's Hyperledger Fabric, in addition to several other blockchains it's been working with.

US Credit Unions Will Use DLT to Expand Payments Business

| Sujha Sundararajan

CULedger will use the public ledger version of Hedera’s hashgraph to build a global system for cross-border payments.

CULedger, Evernym Release Digital ID Blockchain for Credit Unions

| Nikhilesh De

The DLT-based system, known as MyCUID, is billed as a way for members of credit unions to protect themselves from identity theft and fraud.

Credit Union Trade Body NAFCU Joins Enterprise Ethereum Alliance

| Sujha Sundararajan

The National Association of Federally-Insured Credit Unions has become the latest member of the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance.

Former Mastercard Executive Joins CULedger Consortium as CEO

| Sujha Sundararajan

CULedger, a consortium of credit unions developing distributed ledger technology systems, has announced the appointment of a new CEO.

US Regulator: Cryptocurrencies May Pose Risks, Rewards for Credit Unions

| Stan Higgins

The top regulator for US credit unions said in a new report that cryptocurrencies pose both risk and reward for institutions in the industry.

CULedger Credit Union Consortium Launches Blockchain Services Business

| Stan Higgins

A blockchain initiative backed by a group of US credit unions has formed a new organization to support its efforts.

Major Credit Unions Will Unveil New Blockchain Tech Next Week

| Stan Higgins

A blockchain initiative backed by dozens of US credit unions is set to give a live tech demonstration next week.

Credit Unions Turn to Blockchain Amid Increasing Competition

| Bailey Reutzel

The credit union industry's distributed ledger initiative has sparked the interest of CUSOs, a group that has typically not collaborated much.

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Credit Unions Seek to Become First to Market With Banking Blockchain

| Bailey Reutzel

More than 50 credit unions are now laying the groundwork for what they believe could become the financial industry's first live blockchain project.