Dubai Police to distribute NFT to the public for free
Dubai Police announced the creation of an NFT collection that includes digital assets representing innovation, security value, and communication. In addition, anyone living inside or outside of Dubai can win NFTs for free!
Dubai Police NFT: Everything you need to know
The Dubai Police Department's first NFT collection contains a total of 150 NFTs, and according to Dubai Police, each NFT is unique. It's also "valuable for future applications of underwater technology."
Entering the giveaway is a simple process. All you have to do is tweet about Dubai Police's valuable NFTs. In fact, the department published the post on its social media sites. You must also send a direct message to the department using your name, email and NFT wallet address.
"The Dubai Police Department is the first government agency in the UAE and the first policy agency in the world to generate its own digital assets," commented Brigadier General Khalid Nasser Al Razooqi. He is the Director General of Artificial Intelligence at the Dubai Police Department. "The move is in line with the government's growing interest in virtual assets and helps attract those interested in new digital trends."
Indeed, the decision by a police agency to stop using its own NFT is a testament to how these digital assets are becoming increasingly common. In addition, Dubai has already begun to dabble in the use of NFTs.
MetaWeek Dubai, a meta-border conference, was held in Dubai just last month. For four days, blockchain gurus, NFT founders, DeFi leaders and more came together. Sheikh Almualla, managing partner of Ghaf Capital; bitcoin pioneer Nikos Panos; and Vlatko Gigov, CEO of Earn. Games, was one of the key speakers at the event.