Ajman Police to soon offer free NFTs


  • There are about 200 free NFTs accessible that showcase the “innovation, security, and communication values” of the Ajman Police.
  • In keeping with the government’s increased interest in digital assets, the decision was made.
  • Owners of the free NFTs will furthermore get memberships at the Ajman Police Officer’s Club and exclusive discounts on services.

Around 200 free non-fungible tokens (NFTs) representing the “innovation, security, and communication values” of the Ajman Police have been made available. The NFTs are accessible to Ajman Police’s clients, associates, and employees. NFTs can be sold when their value increases, just like any other asset.

The decision is in line with the government’s growing interest in digital assets, according to Lieutenant Colonel Mohammed bin Abdullah Abu Shehab, head of the Services Development Team at Al Nuaimiya Comprehensive Police Station in Ajman, who spoke to Gulf News. He added that NFT-related information recorded on a blockchain “cannot be falsified or copied.”

Owners of the free NFTs will receive special discounts on services and memberships at the Ajman Police Officer’s Club, among other things. To confirm their digital wallet information, they will be called. More digital resources will be released by the Ajman Police Department shortly.

The Commander-in-Chief of the Ajman Police, Major General Sheikh Sultan bin Abdullah Al Nuaimi, stated that after launching the Metaverse project, the Ajman Police has strengthened its presence in the third generation of the internet by launching NFTs. This action fits within the framework of attempting to keep up with the government’s approach in the field of digital assets and to help draw people who are interested in this digital sector.

The head of the Ajman Police’s Innovation Team, Brigadier General Mohammed Shaiban Suwaidan, stated that NFts are simple to display and access digitally from anywhere in the world.

The Dubai Police announced the release of its first collection of non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, last year. This collection includes 150 free digital assets that stand for the principles of innovation, security, and communication.

According to Brigadier Khalid Nasser Al Razooqi, Director of the General Department of Artificial Intelligence at Dubai Police, any member of the public, whether they reside inside or outside of the nation, can obtain these digital assets for free by taking part in the campaign run by the Dubai Police and providing the necessary reposts, shares, and information for registration of interest.