Amine Larhrib is a serial entrepreneur with extensive experience in cryptocurrency, blockchain-based technology, and traditional banking.
The founder of CryptalDash LTD and its subsidiary DLTify, Amine created both companies to reduce friction between traditional banking and decentralized finance (DeFi).
Amine believes in the transformative power of DeFi, but also understands the importance of regulation-compliant banking practices. As DeFi technology becomes more popular, Amine wants to create platforms that make it easier for both worlds of finance to work together.
Amine founded DLTify UAB to develop new ways of solving blockchain-related problems. The company develops technology that addresses ongoing DeFi challenges, such as the development of DeFi technology that adheres to regulations, and new ways to use the blockchain for the Internet of Things or Inventory Management, among others.
Since 2020, DLTify has participated in open source projects and embraced new ideas for using DeFi technology. DLTify studied the deployment of CBDCs on the economy and provided blockchain analysis to an Asian eCommerce company.
Before DLTify, Amine founded CryptalDash Ltd., a financial institution specializing in banking services related to the blockchain, as well as the CRD Network DAO, a suite of apps built on hyperledger Besu, an Ethereum-based blockchain. It also has its own native token (CRD).
Prior to changing his career to pursue DeFi technologies, Amine developed his understanding of traditional finance.
From 2012 to 2016, he served as Executive Director of the Darton Group, a group of companies that manage supply chains for high-volume, short lead-time consumer goods. During his time at Darton, Amine improved trading margins by 27 percent year-over-year, and streamlined measurements for tracking sales execution.
As a broker for Celere Markets, an independent, Asian inter-deal broker, Amine made trades on equity derivatives and worked with hedge funds, pensions and firms on both the buy side and sell side.
Amine graduated from McGill University with a Bachelor of Communications degree and the London School of Economics and Politics with a Master of Science degree.