Autonomous Banking Powered by AI-Based Tools

This piece is based off of a roundtable discussion at the CU 2.0 Brainstorm Event in January 2022. It’s not intended to be comprehensive—rather, it will provide a quick look at emerging trends in autonomous and AI-based banking technology.

In this session, the expert panel discusses the advantages and limitations of AI and the role it could play in bringing the concept of fully autonomous banking to reality. Continue reading “Autonomous Banking Powered by AI-Based Tools”

Fintech Partnership and Consolidation

This piece is based off of a roundtable discussion at the CU 2.0 Brainstorm Event in January 2022. It’s not intended to be comprehensive—rather, it will provide a quick look at emerging trends in credit union and fintech partnerships and consolidation.

An increasing number of credit unions are embracing fintech partnership. These partnerships are key to allowing CUs to expand into new markets and territories, grow their membership, and provide better support and assistance to their members.

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Crypto for Credit Unions: Blockchain, Crypto, and DeFi

This piece is based off of a roundtable discussion at the CU 2.0 Brainstorm Event in January 2022. It’s not intended to be comprehensive—rather, it will provide a quick look at emerging trends in credit union cryptocurrency, blockchain, and DeFi.

Cryptocurrency is making an explosive entrance into the world of finance. However, it’s been around for far longer. In fact, the very first cryptocurrency was introduced back in 2008, and the technology has grown in complexity and necessity ever since.

Integrating cryptocurrency in credit unions is vital—some would say it’s the future of banking. This is especially true now that use cases for blockchain and crypto are both member and CU-facing. Continue reading “Crypto for Credit Unions: Blockchain, Crypto, and DeFi”

5 Common Mobile UI/UX Mistakes in Credit Union Apps (with Examples)

Have you heard of the Dunning-Kruger Effect? It describes a tendency for people to misevaluate their own knowledge or competence on a subject. Experts underestimate themselves—and for laypersons to assume they know way more than they do.

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