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  • What about blockchain and credit unions?

    first_imgAbout a year and a half ago, Credit Union Resources launched what we call our Impact Group.  The Impact Group is a representative group of Resources members that meets periodically to learn more about our services, explore trends and offer feedback on potential new products. In some cases, we collaborate with one or more of our partners to discuss relevant topics such as branch transformation, data analytics, etc.  These meetings also serve as a way to validate that our product direction is in sync with our members’ business plans.The Impact Group met April 11, during the Cornerstone Annual Meeting for a discussion on blockchain technology.  Dean Borland facilitated the discussion with subject matter experts Terrence Griffin of CO-OP Financial Services and Bill Hampel of CUNA.Bill and Terrence gave the group a global overview of the technology, the latest research and how blockchain might be used in the credit union space.Highlights from Impact Group discussion of Blockchain:Blockchain is the backbone upon which Bitcoin runs, but Blockchain is NOT Bitcoin.Blockchain, or “distributed ledger” / “shared ledger” as it is sometimes called, is a digital information management network that facilitates a consensus of replicated, shared and synchronized data. 25SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading »last_img read more

  • Invite players with regular playing time to Eagles, Makinwa urges Rohr

    first_imgKatsina United boss, Henry Makinwa, has urged Super Eagles Technical Adviser, Gernot Rohr, to make do with the players who command regular shirts in their respective clubs both in Nigeria and abroad. Rohr and Eagles in training before Poland friendly The coach said that’s the only way to get the best materials for the national team ahead of any international engagement. Speaking on Sports radio 88.9fm, he said the players who always like to warm the bench should be ‘shut out’ of the Super Eagles, and those who play competitive full-time match should be allowed to pick the national team jerseys. “It’s high time we stop parading half-baked players and invite the best players across the world who are playing regularly in their teams. Depending on the quality and status of the player, those who always fail to make an impact from the bench should also have no place in the Super Eagles,” he said.Advertisement Loading… Makinwa had disclosed that he returned to Nigeria because of a lack of opportunity for black coaches in Europe. read also:​Henry opens up on Arsenal training ground rows Makinwa spent most part of his career in Portugal but settled down in Spain after he retired from the game. The 42-year-old also bagged his UEFA coaching license in Europe before returning to manage in the Nigerian professional football league. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more