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A Bluetooth for Open Banking?

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Glen speaks with Financial Data Exchange Managing Director Don Cardinal about efforts to establish an industry standard to enable open banking and bid farewell to screen scraping. Also- an artistic approach to deepfakes, and cash meets its demise at Death Valley. Links related to this episode: Financial Data Exchange: https://financialdataexchange.org/ Glen’s recent blog on Open Banking for America’s Credit Unions: https://news.cuna.org/articles/123490-open-banking-not-if-but-how The CFPB’s page on Section 1033 (Personal Data Rights/Open Banking) rulemaking: https://www.consumerfinance.gov/personal-financial-data-rights/ The Synthetic Memories Project: https://www.syntheticmemories.net/ The Atlanta Fed’s Take on Payments blog re: cash acceptance at Death Valley National Park: https://www.atlantafed.org/blogs/take-on-payments/2024/04/01/national-parks-and-cost-of-cash-acceptance America’s Credit Unions CEO Council: https://www.cunacouncils.org/ (John and Glen will be hosting a CEO Council virtual roundtable on Tuesday April 30) Join us for our next CU Town Hall on Wednesday April 17 at 3pm ET/Noon PT for a live and lively interactive discussion of the key issues facing credit unions. (Did we mention there’ll be a cool tech giveaway to one FI attendee?) It’s free to attend, but advance registration is required: https://www.cutownhall.com/ Find us on X and BlueSky at @bigfintech, @jbfintech and @154Advisors (same handles for both) You can also follow us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/best-innovation-group/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/jbfintech/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/glensarvady/

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Glen speaks with Financial Data Exchange Managing Director Don Cardinal about efforts to establish an industry standard to enable open banking and bid farewell to screen scraping. Also- an artistic approach to deepfakes, and cash meets its demise at Death Valley. Links related to this episode: Financial Data Exchange: https://financialdataexchange.org/ Glen’s recent blog on Open Banking for America’s Credit Unions: https://news.cuna.org/articles/123490-open-banking-not-if-but-how The CFPB’s page on Section 1033 (Personal Data Rights/Open Banking) rulemaking: https://www.consumerfinance.gov/personal-financial-data-rights/ The Synthetic Memories Project: https://www.syntheticmemories.net/ The Atlanta Fed’s Take on Payments blog re: cash acceptance at Death Valley National Park: https://www.atlantafed.org/blogs/take-on-payments/2024/04/01/national-parks-and-cost-of-cash-acceptance America’s Credit Unions CEO Council: https://www.cunacouncils.org/ (John and Glen will be hosting a CEO Council virtual roundtable on Tuesday April 30) Join us for our next CU Town Hall on Wednesday April 17 at 3pm ET/Noon PT for a live and lively interactive discussion of the key issues facing credit unions. (Did we mention there’ll be a cool tech giveaway to one FI attendee?) It’s free to attend, but advance registration is required: https://www.cutownhall.com/ Find us on X and BlueSky at @bigfintech, @jbfintech and @154Advisors (same handles for both) You can also follow us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/best-innovation-group/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/jbfintech/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/glensarvady/

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