LAS VEGAS — CU Wallet, the credit union-owned digital wallet,announced Tuesday at Money2020 that it had contracted with mobilewallet creator Paydiant to power the CU Wallet service.

Massachusetts-based Paydiant offers so-called white label – thatis, non-branded – digital wallet products.

“Paydiant will let us get to market much faster,” said CUWallet CEO Paul Fiore in an interview at the Aria Hotel. Fiore said he had beentelling the 20-plus credit unions that have already signed on forCU Wallet that the product would be live in Q1 2014, but “now Ibelieve we will be able to move that up to Q4 2013.”

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