ARYZE: Making Dumb Money Smart


ARYZE is a Copenhagen headquartered financial technology business dedicated to resolving the

most significant challenges facing the global financial system. Since its inception in 2017, ARYZE

has operated at the intersection of traditional and decentralized finance, leveraging innovative

methods and emerging blockchain-based technologies to promote better financial connectivity.


ARYZE’s primary objective is to promote global financial inclusion by enabling the two billion

unbanked individuals worldwide to access financial services. ARYZE accomplishes this goal

together with its strategic partners by offering a suite of proprietary blockchain-based products

and services, including Digital Cash stablecoins, cross-chain protocol reforge, and decentralized

exchange MAMA DeFi.


ARYZE Digital Cash is a suite of stablecoins that provides a compelling, trustworthy, secure, and

flexible alternative to traditional fiat currency, bank accounts, and cryptocurrencies. ARYZE

Digital Cash stablecoins are distinguished as “full reserve stablecoins,” meaning that each and

every token is backed 1:1 by ultra-secure and investment-grade government assets, ensuring

high liquidity and freedom from leverage or other financial risks. Reforge is a cross-chain

protocol built into Digital Cash that enables the transfer of stablecoins between different

blockchains and conversion between different variants of Digital Cash. MAMA DeFi is ARYZE’s

very own decentralized finance (DeFi) WEB3 platform for Digital Cash where users can trade,

pool, and earn rewards safely and easily.


ARYZE partners with leading digital asset exchanges, financial institutions, and marketplaces,

deploying its capabilities to help connect consumers and businesses with new kinds of financial

services and the world of digital assets. Paving the way for innovative financial solutions, ARYZE

has achieved significant milestones and recognitions, such as: “Best ESG / SDG Token” (Tads

Awards, 2021), “Forbes 30 Under 30 – Europe” (Forbes Finance List, 2020), “Most Innovative

Financial Ecosystem Developer” (Corporate Vision Magazine, 2020), “Top 10 Promising Fintech”

(Fintech50, 2019), “People’s Choice Award” (SDG Tech Awards, 2019), “Top 50 Nordic Impact

Company” (The One Initiative, 2019), and “Best New Fintech Startup” (Copenhagen Fintech Lab,




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