- When the Dubai Police General Command first made its NFTs available, 22.91 million people around the world indicated an interest in buying them.
- Through its social media channels, the Dubai Police received more than 7,000 direct messages from participants.
- According to Brig. Al Razooqi, the second iteration of the digital assets from the Dubai Police will debut during GITEX 2022.
The Dubai Police General Command published its first collection of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) during the second quarter of this year, and up to 22.91 million people from all around the world expressed interest in obtaining them.
The Dubai Police received more than 7,000 direct messages from participants via its social media platforms, according to Brigadier Khalid Nasser Al Razooqi, Director of the General Department of Artificial Intelligence at Dubai Police.
Those who met the requirements were selected in a lottery draw, where 150 people won and received free digital assets from the Dubai Police, he continued. All participants were called to confirm their digital wallet addresses.
Anybody around the globe will be able to freely possess the second set of police digital assets. According to the police, the countries with the highest internet engagement during the initial launch were the UAE, Nigeria, India, the US, and Saudi Arabia.
The second edition of the digital assets from the Dubai Police will be launched during GITEX 2022, according to Brig. Al Razooqi, also stated that those who are interested in owning them should keep an eye out. He affirmed that Dubai Police is the first police organization in the world and the first government organization in the UAE to develop its digital assets.
Additionally, he added that the collection contains 150 free digital objects representing the Force’s innovation, security, and communication ideals. According to Brig. Al Razooqi, Dubai Police will make these digital assets available to the public via its social media platforms, both inside and outside the nation.
He claimed that the UAE, Nigeria, India, the US, and Saudi Arabia were the five most engaged nations with the Dubai Police statement in local and global news. In total, there were 589,173 views of Dubai Police NFT-related news, of which 418,693 were on Twitter, 24,282 were on Facebook, and 146,198 were on Instagram.