CULedger's Chief Engagement Officer Julie Esser has been traveling the globe as of late to share the many benefits of distributed ledger technology (a.k.a. blockchain) for credit unions worldwide. Just this year, Julie has traveled to Singapore, Poland, Montreal, and will be venturing to Switzerland in a couple weeks to share the virtues of blockchain and how credit unions and their members not only can benefit but lead the way in this area -- which will be a major part in the future of secure financial services.

CULedger President/CEO John Ainsworth stopped by the Studio Lounge to explain why credit unions should care about blockchain and the tremendous impact it's about to have on the industry -- along with MyCUID advancements, as well. These are two technologies credit unions definitely cannot sleep on to remain relevant the minds of today's savvy consumers -- and even take the lead in implementing. Recent CULedger partnerships with Poland, Canada, and elsewhere in the world display how global this movement is for credit unions.



CULedger Chief Engagement Officer Julie Esser stopped by the Studio Lounge for quick chat on the latest with the blockchain-based CUSO, along with its partnership with WOCCU -- and how that works. Julie also discussed MyCUID, the first global identity system that looks to be a real game changer for credit unions worldwide. One of 2018's primary objective is to create 1 million MyCUID digital identity credentials from credit union members -- it's "March to a Million" goal. Heading into 2019, CULedger plans to release a commercial version of MyCUID for consumers throughout the globe. It's safe to say CULedger is thinking very big and credit unions are the foundation for it all. Very exciting for the industry for sure. Check out our conversation to get the details and let us know your thoughts.