Your question seems to arise from Wikipedia which says:
Only members of a national UIAA club are allowed to climb the peak on their own. Other visitors have to take a certified mountain guide.
As has been pointed out in the other answer by @Grzenio (to whom +1), you can not be a member of the UIAA but of a national member club, as correctly stated in Wikipedia. If you are not a member of such a club in your home country, you might want to consider the Austrian or German Alpine Club which also offers insurance for mountain sports.
This criterium seems to be purely a formal one about the membership as I read it and the more detailed rules here at summitpost.org seem to confirm that. Now note that to become e.g. a DAV member you need not even be able to climb stairs, bar a mountain, anyone can join, so it says nothing about your climbing skill. To my knowledge there is no certification of climbing skills and I would not expect one to be there given how variable climbing is.
However you should try not to get yourself killed in the process of climbing this mountain. I have no idea how much experience you have in mountains and climbing but given that you have to ask this question here makes me want to put out a word of warning:
This is a climb, not a hike. You will need to use your hands for at least parts of the ascent, and at some time you might appreciate being secured in some way.
You have to sign in and out before and after your climb as otherwise mountain rescue will head out to get you if you show up late.
There seems to be only a small time window that is good for this climb in early summer.
Be aware about the weather as in:
Be warned, this is an alpine environment expect snow any time of the year and I found that the weather here closes in much faster that any other area that I have climbed in. It can be nice one moment but then minutes later you can be in the middle of a thunderstorm blowing up from the valley.
Good starting point for more info seems to be this site where the above quote is taken from.
Surely the guides have an incentive about getting paid but they are also nice people (I know some, but not in the area) and have a preference for you to get back from the mountain alive. They are also likely the same persons who will come for you if you need mountain rescue, so be nice to them.
Edit: It seems you want to climb in a group. All I said above is also valid for them, i.e. they also need to be member of a local alpine club and better know what they are doing. You can not be their official guide, citing the rules from above:
Only the licensed climbing instructors (Local UIAGM Guides) are entitled to climb with a person who is not a member of a UIAA Club. [...]