Innovating and improving status quo.

At ARYZE we are looking to innovate the way you pay. We also give a voice to people trying to improve the status quo.

ARYZE creates Digital Cash to make payments cheaper, faster and smarter. Our solution will reduce the cost of transferring money to near zero and we work actively to promote financial inclusion and to help solve the SDG #10.

We promote diversity, engage in new technologies and support entrepreneurship. People improving the status quo will have a voice on these pages and it’s our wish that you will learn from reading our interviews. We will also share our own learnings and inform on our progress. Contact info (at) aryze (dot) io if you wish to get in touch.

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Emily Hoble: How to position yourself in London’s competitive business landscape

ARYZE spoke with Emily Hoble, Senior Inward Investment Manager at London and Partners where she helps companies move successfully to London. Her areas of expertise include financial services, business services, and technology and in our conversation, she shared with us why London stands out in the market and the must-knows for businesses looking to enter the British city. It …

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ARYZE to onboard the financially excluded and underserved

In today’s world, financial exclusion forms a structural problem within the modern banking industry and impacts the lives of many. The World Bank states that around 1.7 billion adults are formally excluded from financial services, which makes up for forty percent of the global adult population. In some of the world’s poorest countries, this percentage …

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Remittances with ARYZE: Eliminating costs, complexity and delay

One of the four pillars ARYZE aims to solve is remittances. International money transfer costs are extremely high, at an average of 7% of the total amount being sent, and even higher in poorer countries. This has huge implications for the 800 million people relying on remittance money. ARYZE is seeking to fix this problem …

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Money Laundering and its far-stretching impact on the world

Due to the fragmented financial industry operating in silos, criminal activities such as money laundering find their ways through the system. Insufficient methods of tracking transactions, especially cross-border transfers, leave too much space for money laundering to still exist. ARYZE’s solution of offering an interoperable, high-tech payments system has the ability to track money more …

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Pamela Norton and her personal philosophy which promotes entrepreneurship

ARYZE spoke with Pamela Norton about entrepreneurship and her attitude and perspectives that assist her in being a successful entrepreneur Pamela Norton, founder and CEO of Borsetta, discussed with ARYZE the various tools she brings to her work. She promotes gratitude, keeping the ego at bay, trust, and details various components of her entrepreneurial spirit. …

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ARYZE’s platform: Where legacy and tech-based systems can finally communicate

Both the legacy and tech-based financial systems are insufficiently interoperational to reap the benefits of the flourishing fintech industry. ARYZE is fixing this problem by creating a financial platform where legacy, fintech and blockchain based financial service providers can inter-and-co-operate, unifying the value chain. The previous article in this series explored the limitations of physical …

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Fintech lawyer Dalibor Cerny’s perspective on regulation and merging fintech with traditional players

ARYZE spoke with lawyer Dalibor Cerny about his work in the uncharted territory of fintech regulatory law and how traditional players like banks can interplay with the fintech sector Dalibor Cerny currently works as a fintech and new tech lawyer in Prague, Czech Republic. Dalibor initially worked as a finance lawyer with traditional finance institutions …

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ARYZE’s Digital Cash: Smart, fast and a game-changer for the globalized world

Despite major innovations within the fintech industry, there currently exists no programmable, ‘smart money’ digital representation of national currencies. ARYZE is building this in the form of “Digital Cash”, a currency with all the familiarity and practicality of existing national currencies with all the programmability and dynamism of cryptocurrencies. As discussed in the previous article …

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ARYZE CEO Jack Nikogosian: ‘‘We are creating digital money the way it should have been built in the first place’’

Recently, ARYZE CEO Jack Nikogosian joined the conversation on the “Blockchain won’t save the world” podcast with IBM’s Anthony Day. Nikogosian, amongst many other things, discussed money and how his company is building a full reserve bank. Anthony Day is a digital strategist with a background from Deloitte having joined IBM where he works as …

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