CULedger, a group of 20 credit unions, is forsaking the Bitcoin and Ethereum blockchains for its enterprise needs in favor of hashgraph, a distributed ledger that relies on directed acyclic graphs (DAG), similarly to IOTA. Should blockchain fans be concerned just yet about next-gen competition? 
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A Shot Across the Bow
CULedger, a 20-member credit union consortium including the likes of CUDirect and Suncoast CU, are currently experimenting with hashgraph’s DAG technology after

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