As part of a campaign to showcase the values of security, innovation and communication, Dubai Police has unveiled a set of nefunbible tokens (NFT) consisting of 150 free digital assets, according to local media house Khaleej Times.
Khalid Naseer Al Razooqi, Director of the General Department of Artificial Intelligence at Dubai Police, noted:
“All interested parties should share the Dubai Police Value NFT announcement with their friends and send a direct message with their names, emails and NFT wallet addresses to the Dubai Police on their social media platforms.”
NFTs will be free as long as the public, both inside and outside the nation, participates in the campaign.
As the first government entity in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to develop its digital assets, Dubai Police is working to improve policing.
Al Razooqi pointed out:
“NFT-related information documented on a blockchain it cannot be falsified or copied at all. ”
NFTs continue to conquer the world based on some of their characteristics such as limited supply and proof of ownership.
Having set their eyes on becoming a blockchain and crypto capital, the United Arab Emirates is setting the ball by establishing various initiatives.
For example, crypto companies have won green light to start work in the Dubai Multi-Commodities Center (DMCC) free zone last year.
Also, Citizens School, an educational institution in Dubai, recently announced its acceptance of bitcoin and ethereum tuition fees, Blockchain.News logged in.
The institution has partnered with a digital currency platform to process crypto payments by automatic conversion into dirhams (AEDs). Therefore, the crypto-friendly approaches adopted in the UAE have made almost 67% of the population interested in crypto investments, according to YouGov data analysis company.
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