UAE Fuze, digital assets infrastructure provider, which recently received a license from Dubai’s regulator, has signed an MOU with UAE Fardan Exchange to allow the exchange to offer digital asset products such as buying, selling and transfer

The MOU was signed by both Hassan Al Fardan, CEO of Al Fardan Exchange and Ali Mo Yusuf, the Founder and CEO of Fuze Finance.

The decision to delve into the digital assets domain comes as more clients request digital finance solutions allowing them to buy, sell and transfer digital assets in an easy, safe and use friendly way.

According to Hassan Al Fardan, CEO of Al Fardan Exchange, “ We are committed to innovation as digital transformation becomes more embedded and through this cooperation with Fuze Finance we look forward to offering innovative fintech solutions continuing to offer financial services that are secure, easy, and in line with the future.”

Mo Ali Yusuf, Co-Founder and CEO of Fuze added, “Exchange services are central to the financial sector in the UAE, and Fardan has longstanding history in this field, surpassing 50 years. Al Fardan offers its services to millions of citizens and residents in the UAE and we are proud to be able to develop digital asset solutions for the clients of AL Fardan.”

Prior to this, Fuze partnered with Abu Dhabi headquartered Wio Bank to empower its customers with virtual assets trading services.